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Old 12-24-2008, 06:52 PM   #1
ExecNav
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Join Date: Nov 2002
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: Ellijay, GA
Vehicle:
08 LGT Spec.B
01 Impreza RS-T

Default Reversed Intake Manifold

2001 2.5RS w/ EJ257, SOHC, GT3582R, Blitz FMIC

Just want to clarify a few things. I'm trying to figure out a plan of attack with my mechanic on how to go about the reversed intake manifold route. My understanding is that if I want to keep the AC, all I need to do is drop the alternator and get a shorter belt. The sensor wires and applicable vac lines need to be lengthened. A spacer must be fabricated to angle the throttle body down away from the hood. I assume this is an essential and can't be worked around.

He mentioned the possibility of flipping the throttle body (in lieu of the spacer???). I can't find any information on this. Has anybody ever accomplished this on a scooby or.... is it even possible?

Thanks guys.

-Brett
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