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How to Install


1. Injected Engine
Remove air inlet hose between throttle body and air filter box. Install unit, making sure it fits snugly inside the hose. Replace hose and secure clamp.
 
   
2. Carbureted Engine
Remove wing nut from the air cleaner housing. Lift top off to expose the air filter and install unit. Re-install the air cleaner top.


Make sure that the unit is inserted in the correct direction as illustrated on the silver label affixed to the device.

 


Measurement


KI models for a fuel-injected engine:
To ensure proper fit of a 'KI' unit, measure the inside diameter of the air intake hose at least 2 inches inside the hose. The 'KI' units come in 5mm increments and will fit 1mm smaller to 3mm larger than the specified unit. For example:
KI-60 unit will fit a hose that measures 59mm to 63mm.
KI-65 unit will fit a hose that measures 64mm to 68mm, etc.

KC models for a carbureted engine:

To ensure proper fit of a 'KC' unit, remove the air lid cover and measure the height from the base of the housing to the lid at a distance of 3 inches away from the center. This is most easily accomplished by removing the air lid cover and placing a straight edge (ruler) across the top of the air filter, then taking a height measurement from the base to the straight edge at 3 inches away from center. Then, do the same with the lid. Merely add or subtract the lid height from the base height, depending upon whether the lid drops below the top of the filter or rises above the filter.
Specific Installation Instructions


2 Units Required

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of either dual intake hoses leading from the air filter box to the throttle body or a single large intake hose leading from the air filter then splits into two smaller hoses at the throttle body. For either applications, two units are required, one to fit each hose, in order to work effectively


After Filter Right Before Throttlebody

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a flat panel air filter with the throttle body underneath it located on top of engine. The unit will installed in the mouth of the throttle body after the air filter. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body. Check and make sure the clearance between the unit and butterfly valve (open position) is at least " gap


Boot Near Transmission Dipstick

The given vehicle application is a turbo diesel application where the unit will be installed after the turbocharger. The unit will be installed inside the cold air pipe at the end next to the intake manifold. The location of the cold air pipe will be on the passenger side half of the engine bay leading from the radiator to the back of the firewall into the intake manifold. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Inside Black Boot After Intercooler

The given vehicle application is a turbo diesel application where the unit will be installed after the turbocharger. The unit will be installed inside a black rubber boot held by two large clamps leading from the intercooler to the intake manifold. The location of the boot will be on the driver side half of the engine bay. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Inside Black Box Before Throttlebody

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a filter box located off to the side of the engine bay and an intake hose/tube that leads over/behind the radiator does a 180 bend then leads into a resonator box on top of the engine. The unit will be installed into the resonator box on top of the engine where the intake hose/tube ends into the box. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Inside Exit Port of Filter Box

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a filter box located off to the side of the engine bay with a large intake hose leading into the engine. To properly install the unit, disconnect the air intake hose from the filter box, then insert the unit into the filter box. Finally, reattach the intake hose back onto the filter box. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Inside Resonator Box In Front of Throttlebody

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a air filter box located off to the side of the engine bay with the intake hose leading into a large resonator box in the middle of the engine bay, then the resonator box connects to the throttle body behind near the firewall (back of the engine bay). To properly install the unit, disconnect the air intake hose leading into the resonator box. Undo two bolts holding the resonator box to the top of the engine , then remove the resonator box. Insert the unit into the lip of the resonator box that was connected to the throttle body. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body. Place resonator box back on top of the engine, tighten the two bolts, and then reattach the air intake hose back onto the resonator box.


Inside Second Hose After Mass Air Sensor

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a air filter box located off to the side of the engine bay and two intake hoses connected to a mass air flow sensor in between the hoses. The unit will be inserted into the second hose that is located after the mass air flow sensor leading into the throttle body. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Inside Tube After Accordion Hose

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a air filter box located off to the side of the engine bay with a short accordion intake hose connecting into a plastic intake tube leading into the throttle body. The unit will be inserted inside the plastic tube after the accordion hose. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Intake Hose After Intercooler

The given vehicle application is a turbo diesel application where the unit will be installed after the turbocharger. The unit will be installed inside the silicone hose leading from the intercooler to the intake manifold. The location of the silicone hose will be on the driver side half of the engine bay. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Oval Shaped Intake Hose

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a air filter box located off to the side of the engine bay with an oval-shaped intake hose leading into the throttle body. There is no unit application available for the given vehicle due to its circular shape.


Second Hose After Resonator Box

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a air filter box located off to the side of the engine bay and two intake hoses connected to a resonator box in between the hoses. The unit will be inserted into the second hose that is located after the resonator box leading into the throttle body. Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.


Second Hose Near Firewall

The given vehicle application has an intake system consisting of a flat panel air filter box located on top of the engine and an intake hose leading from the air filter box to the throttle body located near the firewall (back of the engine bay). The unit will be installed inside the second hose leading from the filter box to the throttle body located near the firewall (back of the engine bay). Check and make sure the directional airflow sticker on the side of the unit faces toward the throttle body.



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