Heu everyone and hopefully someone who knows? I bored out my throttle body and ported my intake manifold and have the Pheno Spacers. But i have done lots of searching and found that it really would help to do a coolant bypass along with the spacers. Yet no one showed how to do it correctly. Can someone please Let me know the best way to go by this and where to find a "T" to connect the hoses? I cant find one that reduces enough to fit the three hoses. Thanks and pictures would really help or a diagram!
Just go to Lowes or Home Depot and get yourself a tubing splicer, its like a ridged piece of metal that you connect a hose to each end and it holds them together. I used that on my Civic since there was some stupid thing that sent coolant to this metal pipe near the intake. I thought it was useless so I bypassed it and through out the metal thing.
I wouldn't advise doing that. I tried doing the same thing and by the end of the day when I got in my driveway, my Idle never returned back to it's normal low idle, just stayed at 1500RPM and wouldn't drop not a bit.
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