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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-05-2006, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Parts list for homemade Tymar intake

Anyone have a list to do this?

For '00 model

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Since I've got a 95, I don't know if a 2000 needs anything different, but all I needed for the DIY version was a 4" 45deg elbow, a spring tension hose clamp, and the filter. The baldwin filter part number is PA2818.

FYI on the elbow. I did a little somehting extra to the elbow. Since exhaust pipe can rust easily and I didn't want rust particles sucked intot he turbo (bad), I painted the inside of the elbow. I was going to try my hand at ceramic coating, but never got a round to it.
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I take it you didn't need a differant rubber boot to connect the 45 to the turbo?

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Dave, we put one of these on my Dads truck.

I don't remember the filter part number, but I ordered it from Jeremy at LIPD. I also ordered two constant torque clamps.

You will need to remove the stock airbox. You will also need to find a short section of 4" exhaust piping...maybe 6". I suppose 4" PVC will work as well. The PVC will clamp to the inside of your factory intake boot. The filter will slip tightly over the other end of the piping/pvc. Then just zip tie up the restriction gauge...if you have one...and the airbox sensor on the firewall side of the airbox.
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Thanks Dave, when I decided to go this way I looked for a tech artical and could not find one... I'll take pics as I stumble through it and we can get one up.

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Dave...Take a look through this thread. There are some helpful pictures in there.

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You Da Man Dave!!!!!!:Thumbup:

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Dave...Take a look through this thread. There are some helpful pictures in there.

Dave
Had you not been involved in this thread.ie had no way of knowing it existed how would one go about finding this? I searched for homemade tymar, homemade intake, intake, and came up with no worthwhile info.Course, I'm not real computer savy either.

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In the search button up above I just typed in "tymar" and saw what came up. It might key off of peoples signatures also...so you kinda need to dig through the results...but like Rago...its in there.
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FYI on the elbow. I did a little somehting extra to the elbow. Since exhaust pipe can rust easily and I didn't want rust particles sucked intot he turbo (bad), I painted the inside of the elbow. I was going to try my hand at ceramic coating, but never got a round to it.
Big Green you have it all covered. When i bought my 96 i looked in the inlet where the CCV vent is tied in and it had a buildup of crud. The turbo fins looked good so i didn't worry and no oil use confirmed no harm yet. Pretty good indication the stock box isn't real good at keeping all the dirt out.
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