Originally Posted by SVHANC
For those of us with stock intakes, how will the fit up work out? The long tube intake provides a lot more options, but I am planning on staying pretty close to stock.
Just think of your throttle body being moved 2 inches to the right as you're looking at the engine from the front of your truck.
You'll need a coupling to lengthen your intake tube two inches between your throttle body and the resonator box on the top of your black plastic valve cover. Then you can leave all of the rest of your stock intake exactly as it is now. Right at the throttle body is the least
disruptive location to lengthen your intake.
It looks like you could replace that elbow at the throttle body with a 90 degree silicone coupling. They all have longer ends than the bent part.
Something that looks like this should work pretty well...
Stuff like this is always for sale on ebay
. Search for "90 degree silicone coupling" and measure your throttle body's outside diameter to get the proper size to fit over it.