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Old 24th December 2006, 09:28   #1
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Unhappy Cracked induction pipe

I did a cleanup of the throtle body on my S10 yesterday and i was shocked to see a crack on one of the rubber joints in the induction pipe . I've been using K an N for a long time now and i had a revving problem about which i had posted before.

I want to figure out the damages caused by the cracked pipe now. I'm sure it must have fed my engine with a lot of dirt . Could you guyz advice? FYI.. i have already cleaned up the throttle body, the induction pipe and also put a new joint (a stronger one this time). Is there anything else i need to do?
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