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Does it drone? If I have to get on mine just a little before it's warmed up in the morning it moos like a wounded cow as it is.


Nah no drone. It did squeal like a pig a bit when I first installed it but I wouldn't know because I usually let my car warm up for at least 3 min


lawl! OMG bro I snorted at work and got weird looks.



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Glad you decided to get the intake.

"It's within spec" - SOA :rolleyes:

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Installed the Takeda intake on my '13 2.5i ..... successfully. Used TR-4303P + extended 45deg coupler + 5/8" hose to extend the stock PCV hose with 1/2" to 5/8" hose adapter + additional hose clamps.


If they put out a kit that works from the box I think I'd buy it.

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Obviously there is no need to buy red, but here are at least the part descriptions + links for what they're worth.


Dorman HVAC Heater Hose Connector - 1/2" x 5/8" Plastic Coupler Fitting:



1 ft LONG x HPS 5/8" 16mm Silicone Heater Hose Tube for Radiator Coolant RED:



2 3/4" to 3 1/8" Silicone Hose 70mm - 80mm 45 Degree Elbow Reducer Pipe Hose RED:



+ Two Hose Clamps for the 5/8" hose (roughly 1" OD)


Razor knife for trimming back some length on the 45deg elbow and 5/8" hose.


I've heard of the airbox clips not fitting properly, but i did not have an issue with them. Slightly misaligned, but stable (for now).

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