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Big Dan

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  1. He's mentioned that he had a BA 10/5..that means he'll have the .59 pilot bearing ID. Additionally, he said the input shaft, on the AX15, was .75". So, yes, his original post is correct.
  2. I'm in Tapatalk, so I can't see your signature. But, if you have a renix, most of the 91-96 hoses can be used. The evap to filter drier hose I had to buy from jeepair Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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  4. Nickel Copper (cunifer) Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  5. Honestly, it sounds the same as stock. I can't tell the difference when driving. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  6. Yes, I put a fuse box and bus bar where the old air box was. Additionally, I just like the extra room to access things. And, the new intake doesn't take up much room, where it currently sits, so it not a hindrance in its new spot. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  7. As far as the second part of your question is concerned, I swapped in the older style AX15 (the .59" input shaft vs the later .75" input shaft). I was able to use my BA10/5 clutch and pressure plate, with the external slave, fork and throw out bearing. That may not be the case for the later style AX15s, so hopefully someone who has done that can chime in.
  8. I recently did this and it's freed up a lot of space, on the manifold side. If a similar set up has already been posted, my apologies. I used the following - 3" aluminum tubing Spectre Performance 8791 Black 3" Low Profile 90° Elbow Spectre Performance 99456 Throttle Body Adapter Spectre Performance 9712 Vacuum Sensor Adapter Kit 3.5" to 3" silicone coupler Air filter from a 1995 1.8L Acura Integra (I used WIX 46398) Pieced together an old renix harness to make a breather tube.. I need to make a more permanent solution. The throttle body adapter bolts up to the renix throttle body in order to give the TB a "lip"/nipple(?) for the tubing to connect to. The 90 degree elbow is then hooked to the throttle body, followed by the aluminum tube. I can get an exact measurement, if someone needs it, but, I think I cut my length at 18". The Integra air filter is used as it was a cone style air filter, but was an OEM paper style, instead of the K&N style, which seems to let in more contaminants than it should. The Integra filter base is a shade under 3.5". So I used a 3.5" to 3" coupler to attach it to the aluminum tube. Finally, I used a hole saw and the 10mm fitting from the 9712 vacuum sensor kit to make a breather.
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