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Mine hits my hood,what did I do wrong?

Thanks alot
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it hits b/c your hood is a 95 style hood, it doesnt have that extra little bump for the intake go with what jordan told ya


did you swap for a 96+ style upper and lower intake or something?
 

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JoeyICU said:
it hits b/c your hood is a 95 style hood, it doesnt have that extra little bump for the intake go with what jordan told ya


did you swap for a 96+ style upper and lower intake or something?
Nope, just the intakr tube swap. I removed the heast shield in the hood and it is a little better, does anyone else have this problem?

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I'm hoping that I don't have this problem. I'm switching to a 96 upper and using that. I set the intake maniford on today and just set the intake tube up and it runs very high over the AC lines. I hope it will work.

Joe
 

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Will, why don't you find a RichardM tube?

whitecoug, use the stock tube, it is the same size as the GT tube, but actually flows better.
 

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isnt that the problem??? a 95 with a GT intake tube that would only fit on a 96-97 upper intake setup?
 

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ya.. go find a civic or RM tube and sell me the newer style GT tube :D... j/k
 

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yeah, if you do the whole 96-97 intake swap, it does barly touch the hood, but no problems, i think thats how it goes, its been done before though
 
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