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    Kanaflex Installation Pictures RXT X 260

    Posting incase anyone was looking for a location installation options. I chose under the storage compartment. I used a 3" conduit brace and bent it to create more space between the bin and the filter/screen. I also glued 3 pieces of dense foam together (about 6" tall) to support the hose leading up to the opening of the air intake.Click image for larger version. 

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    What side did you use to run it to the back?

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    I ended up on the left side top. Not enough room on the right side bottom without removing the foam.Click image for larger version. 

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    On the TX, I run them from one of the OEM flex hoses connected to the oval vents under the hood, under the intake manifold, around to the charger inlet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Hacks MG View Post
    On the TX, I run them from one of the OEM flex hoses connected to the oval vents under the hood, under the intake manifold, around to the charger inlet.
    Did you have to remove any if the foam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flydfans View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Hacks MG View Post
    On the TX, I run them from one of the OEM flex hoses connected to the oval vents under the hood, under the intake manifold, around to the charger inlet.
    Did you have to remove any if the foam?
    On a RXT-X-2011 not, just pulled it under the plastic intake manifold.
    Just be careful not to interfere with the rubber boot of the carbon seal set up, when you make the bend to the SC inlet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVN81 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by flydfans View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Hacks MG View Post
    On the TX, I run them from one of the OEM flex hoses connected to the oval vents under the hood, under the intake manifold, around to the charger inlet.
    Did you have to remove any if the foam?
    On a RXT-X-2011 not, just pulled it under the plastic intake manifold.
    Just be careful not to interfere with the rubber boot of the carbon seal set up, when you make the bend to the SC inlet!
    I have a 2010. I upgraded the driveshaft to a 2011. Do you happen to have a picture you could share? I looked pretty good and didn't think I had enough room. I'll have to take another look because I would love to get it up the right side.

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    It will fit without removing the foam. Wrap one open end of the Kanaflex with a t-shirt and duct tape, then shove it under the intake from the front side. The t-shirt keeps foam bits and other foreign debris from entering the Kanaflex while you navigate it under the intake and over to the charger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Hacks MG View Post
    It will fit without removing the foam. Wrap one open end of the Kanaflex with a t-shirt and duct tape, then shove it under the intake from the front side. The t-shirt keeps foam bits and other foreign debris from entering the Kanaflex while you navigate it under the intake and over to the charger.
    Thanks. So the Kanaflex will just be a little squished. I was trying to keep it to it's original shape but a little squishing probably doesn't matter.

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    You will pick up about 60 RPMs if you remove the restrictive air filter. We aren't traveling down dusty back roads. LOL


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