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Old 02-09-2009, 02:01 AM   #1
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Im looking for a DIY write up for a 2005 Hybrid Intake any one like to share there's.
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Old 02-10-2009, 03:18 PM   #2
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I'll second that..
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Old 02-10-2009, 03:37 PM   #3
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yeahh i want one too but whenever i ask they always refer me to the sticky thread. that doesnt help, im looking for a DIY with pics and step by step directions etc
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Old 02-10-2009, 04:25 PM   #4
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i made a post in the sticky thread as well looking for a write up with DIY and parts required and never got a answer
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Old 02-10-2009, 04:52 PM   #5
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what do u guys need?
parts?
where to cut the intake?
i did mine few months ago and posted the pic on sticky.
theres 2.5i hybrid thread also that wil lhelp.
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:21 PM   #6
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well what i prefer is a complete DIY which includes

items required with pics of each thing
steps
pictures with each step
etc

all ive seen was, here is the intake you need, now cut it before the curve and then get 3" couplers or some ****.
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Old 02-11-2009, 01:21 AM   #7
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Im looking for a DIY write up for a 2005 Hybrid Intake any one like to share there's.
Remember what I told you in your other thread? Something, something, learn to search?

There's at least two step-by-step threads, with pictures, posted. Visualize using search!
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Old 02-11-2009, 07:38 AM   #8
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3" to 2.75" reducer
3" silicone bump coupler x2
line diameter 3/8 inch extension x2
6 large horse clamps
2 small shoes clamps
line diameter 3/8 inch hose

Don't worry about the white sensor. It doesn't exist on an 05.

All you need is to connect the 2 vacuum hoses to the intake. You will only have two crankcase vent hoses, whereas the 06 has 3.

As for the hose sizes, any 3/8 (inner diameter I THINK) fuel-safe hose like any hose fuel line you can get will work.

You'll need to keep the little clips that come with the stock hoses and probably get some small hose clamps too. Most likely.

P.S. when i did my intake, i read all 200 or whatever posts there was. three times.

www.siliconintakes.com

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Old 02-12-2009, 02:41 PM   #9
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did you buy all that from siliconintakes ?
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no. the rest are from homedepot
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well what i prefer is a complete DIY which includes

items required with pics of each thing
steps
pictures with each step
etc

all ive seen was, here is the intake you need, now cut it before the curve and then get 3" couplers or some ****.
Bump. I can't find any complete tutorials w/ pics, steps, etc for 06-07. Pretty odd considering this is one of the main topics covered in the Naturally Aspirated Powertrain forum. So far I've seen one on the first page of the sticky for an 05, another one for an 05 in the sticky (which wasn't as good), and a thread with a nice 08 tutorial. Can somebody make a complete tutorial specifically for the 06-07 2.5i? It'd be GREATLY appreciated by me and many others. Thanks!
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bump anyone have a full DIY write up for a hybrid intake setup for an 05 RS ?
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Old 03-27-2009, 01:02 AM   #13
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There are step to step instructions in the thread with pictures.

But honestly, if you read through the whole thing carefully (omg, it takes time, oh crap )

You would have a pretty good sense of how to do it.

That intake was the first modification that I EVER did with my car. And that's my FIRST car too. I knew nothing about mechanics, it can be done with some tenacity and common sense.

The fact that people don't even know whether or not there is a white sensor on their 05's proves that they haven't looked under their hood carefully yet.

I was the same as you, I am a "follow-the-directions" freak, but sometimes you just gotta go with the flow.

If and when I get into rebuilding engines, I know there aren't guides, just common sense and organization (for bolts).

--edit--

Yes it is 3/8 inner diameter.

Also, for those who are buying the option racing intake, some are being shipped as the wrong one from the picture, so be aware. Otherwise, you might have to do the old I hate you seller strike-em-out warning thing they have.

But either way it should work.

When you have the intake, you have a couple options of cutting. You can cut at the center weld, you can cut at the end. I decided to cut at the center weld and take off the vacuum hose nipple while at it. I also cut a little at the end to make it all fit. Using two bump couplers you can put the two pieces together and fit it to the MAF. Keep in mind, this is probably NOT going to be a perfect fit. Mine sure isn't a perfect fit, it sits kind of angled on the throttle body. I may do it over, but there aren't enough gains for me to do it again.

There are many different versions that have been done each with their own spin I suppose.

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