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Anyone know of steel braided line going from bwoody CAI to intake manifold??

So I installed my bwoody cai last night and the rubber hose they gave me isn't long enough to fish underneath the throttle body area so it's just sticking up over the top....looks ugly. I can obviously buy a longer one and fish it underneath, but I was curious about replacing it with a steel braided line so it looks nice. Anyone know where to get something like that with all the proper fittings, etc.?

Also, I saw how some of y'all do have the rubber hose underneath your throttle body area. How did y'all handle that? Just buy a longer hose? Or is there a way to finagle the one they gave you to fit?

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Anyone know of steel braided line going from bwoody CAI to intake manifold??

Just put a breather filter on the oil fill neck and cap the bung on the CAI. Looks a lot cleaner that way. The hose isn't needed.


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Just put a breather filter on the oil fill neck and cap the bung on the CAI. Looks a lot cleaner that way. The hose isn't needed.


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Awesome, thanks. Just bought a Spectre breather filter (part 3995) and a Holley Vacuum Cap kit off Amazon.

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Anyone know of steel braided line going from bwoody CAI to intake manifold??

^^ yup!! Looks cool too


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So it appears the Spectre breather filter I got runs into my FORE fuel rails. Way around this?
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Anyone know of steel braided line going from bwoody CAI to intake manifold??

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So it appears the Spectre breather filter I got runs into my FORE fuel rails. Way around this?
It does mine too, you can turn the neck, gently, with a large diameter screw driver easy enough.


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Awesome, will try tonight. Thanks guys
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Hey there,

We actually offer stainless or black braided lines that will fit that set up. All you would have to do is measure the length you need and order it here:

http://www.speedlogixstore.com/produ...-blp-mopar.htm

We can also do catch can lines if you ever need those as well! Let us know what you need
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