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 Post subject: how do u remove the resonator box?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 10:57 pm 
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would sumbody be able to tell me how to remove the intake resonator n still keep the standard intake? im not sure how to remove it
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 8:00 am 
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1. undo the bolts holding the snorkel
2. remove snorkel anf rubber hose.
3. undo bolt between reasonator and the airbox, just look over and down ans you should see it.
4. there is also a clip in the reasonator to which some wires are clipped. just simple push out the clip from the rear.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 4:03 pm 
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but can u keep all the rest of the stock intake? will it all work normally? or will u have to run hose between the snorkel and where the resonator box used to be?


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 5:21 pm 
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ignisboy wrote:
but can u keep all the rest of the stock intake? will it all work normally? or will u have to run hose between the snorkel and where the resonator box used to be?


The stock hose is not long enough.. you will need to either replace it completely or extend it... :lol:

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I've removed the resonator from my Ignis Sport
I attached the factory plastic air scoop to some flexi duct & have got a nice cold air feed from the front of the car above the air conditioning unit
It's a perfect fit I'll try posting some pics soon

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Cool! Post some pics!

I still don't get how the airflow would be any different from taping up the holes in the resonator... :?


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I guess removing the resonator means you need a shorter length of tubing to the front of the car for the CAI. The shorter the better.
The engine bay looks a lot neater without it.
I was surprised how good a fit the snorkel is at the front of the car behind the grille. I've also removed the backing plate behind the suzuki badge & relocated the horn to clear the airflow path to the CAI - thanks to King!

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Hey, that sounds kinda cool.

I don't get why the factory grille restricts airflow to the engine. Seems kinda stupid. I want the mesh one!


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I've fitted the factory plastic snorkel in the top left hand corner of the grille. Without removing the plastic backing for the "S" Suzuki badge it couldn't be done there'd be no airflow...relocating the horn to inside the engine bay helps also...

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sorry to post a link to our site but this topic shud help, pics half way down the page

http://www.sisoc.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?id=2850


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