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ATS Housing Intake Runner

Does anyone have a spare or unused intake for an ATS housing? It's the silicone part that goes from the turbo to the CCV housing.

Or does anyone have an idea how to make one?

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I used the factory rubber boot from my stock intake. It worked but didn't look the best.

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I used the factory rubber boot from my stock intake. It worked but didn't look the best.

How the hell did you strech the 3" intake over the 4" ATS housing? :

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I took a look at my OEM housing, the original part from the CCV to the air filter box is 4" and might work. I'll take a look at it thanks DD

2K3 EXCURSION 7.3L 4x4 EDDIE BAUER 107K miles as of 06-13-07
AFE Stage II / 4" MBRP exhaust / DP-Tuner F5 (Stock, 60hp Tow, 80hp Econo, 120hp race & High Idle) / Quadzilla Commander/ATS Housing
Running homebrewed BioDiesel and custom SVO kit for 70k miles.:Thumbup:
Misc. Mods: ZooDad/By-Pass Oil Filter/203* T-Stat/Coolant Filter/HPX/CCV Reroute/Tranny Filter/Foil Delete/Stereo Stuff/ITP Reg Return/Non-EBPV Pedistal and Exhaust Housing/Adjustable Waste Gate Controller/


"If you love your motorcycle, set it free. If it comes back to you it was probably a high-side."

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