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Is this correct mac! should i buy new hoses and make it look fancy, or keep this OEM set-up

1- took off the SAI unit
2- Flipped the hoses to go towards the right
3- trimmed the crank case hose
4- got a half inch adapter to connect both
5- clamp both hoses
6- plug air box holes
7- update SAI on tune ECU and erase code - download to ECU

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post #2 of 39 Old 10-28-11, 23:37
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Thats how i done mine the easy way
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Yes. That's perfect.
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can I ask how you plugged the holes on the SAI units and the airbox hole?

Also, where's the crankcase hose located?
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Driven sells a block off kit for thirty four dollars us. Bought mine through opp racing. Would have just done it with the hoses like you did but hot exhaust gasses pushing back on rubber hoses isn't a good thing.

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Driven sells a block off kit for thirty four dollars us. Bought mine through opp racing. Would have just done it with the hoses like you did but hot exhaust gasses pushing back on rubber hoses isn't a good thing.

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The reed valves in the SAI ports should prevent any hot gases from entering the rubber hoses .

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^^^ What he said. The way the PAIR valves (reed valves) there is actually a vacuum inside the tubes not positive pressure.
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can I ask how you plugged the holes on the SAI units and the airbox hole?

Also, where's the crankcase hose located?
Vacuum caps from auto stores, im not sure what size the SAI hose is.. anyone know?
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is there a how to regarding the sai removal & blocking on this forum? I just purchased a Bazzaz Z-FI QS TC and as far as I understand, in order to tune the fuelling, it's necessary to remove the SAI. Any help would be highly appreciated.
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