Stable air intake

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Postby broski » Tue May 22, 2007 9:10 pm

hi, unfortionatly there is few people out there with a beretta that do
anything with it..and post it online anyways.  i have acouple questions
as this is my first car.  acouple months ago i put a cone filter on,
but the stainless steel ring on it created an electrical current between
the possitive terminal and abs unit, catching the break fluid on
fire.....$450 later i am hoping to learn from my mistake and do the job
right. do they have an extionion for the cone that i can replace the rubber
one that is on there now....that is what caused the fire (it was
unstable and moved around) there doesnt seem to be an extetion pipe in an
oval form that had to ports for sensors.  also for the breather cone,
where does it go, do i have to drill a hole myself..or is there an existing
place to put it?  on top of this i also hope to be getting a flowmaster
exaust which i hear is of a high quality and should create more noise
and more HP.  
 i have a 1994 Z26 3.1 liter beretta by the way.
 thanks for your time and hopefully help

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Postby Jeff P » Fri Jun 01, 2007 2:09 am

I'm not sure where the breather filter would go on the 3100.  As for the piping, you can get regular round piping from auto parts stores, eBay, etc....usually it's a polished finish.  You can drill holes in it for the sensors and put grommets in if you want.  To couple the piping to something oval (guessing you mean your throttle body), you'll just need a silicone coupler which is available anyplace the piping is.  You'll still need to use hose clamps.

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Postby wicked-irocz » Sun Jun 03, 2007 4:24 pm

This is a tranzgenic, look at it and use it for inspiration  :banana

94 Beretta Z26 57,4xx miles
3100, auto, crank windows, power locks/trunk, A/C,
To many mods to list
-intercooler :shock:

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1st Turbo 4t60-e
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1st Turbo Z26
1st 94+ Turbo

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Postby ecs » Tue Jun 12, 2007 12:18 pm

(Jeff P @ Jun. 01 2007,01:09)
I'm not sure where the breather filter would go on the 3100.

The breather filter would go onto the CCV hose. Either you can get a piece of pipe the same OD as the hose and bend it, then put the filter on the end, or if possible, you can put the filter right on the nipple of the valve cover. I haven't really worked on a 3100 so i'm not sure if they have a nipple on the valve cover or a hole like the 3.1 but if there is a hole, then you can slip a piece of pipe into the hole (same OD as the tube) then slip the breather filter over the pipe.

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Postby leadfoot93 » Thu Jul 26, 2007 10:39 pm

i would try a post boot on the wire aka the little rubber caps that are on some positive gm sidepost cables.  Cut it off snap it on.

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