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Old 01-07-2018, 02:31 PM   #85
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First thing that can be done to add some sound: behind the fender on the passenger side is an intake 'horn'. You can get at it by pulling a few screws out of the wheel well liner. It's in place with those ribbed push pins, so just pull it off. That'll add some rumble. If you want more than that, then pick up the Profab intake tube and make sure you click the 'PCV fitting' option. On top of the sound, throttle response seems a bit quicker to my SOTP dyno.

Edit: You can also pull off the plastic engine cover and remove all that foam sound deadener on top of the motor. That helps a bunch, too. I put the cover back on after removing the sound deadener.

I highly recommend getting an oil separator for the crankcase vent. Keep all that oily crud out of the intake tract!
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