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Old 08-03-2011, 04:39 PM   #1
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AEM brute force intake modified - 97-06 TJ 4.0L

I have an AEM brute force intake off my TJ for sale. Fits 97-06 4.0L TJ's. I modified it to fit with my coilover hoops by cutting it off at the bend where it used to go to the same location as the stock air box. Puts the filter in the open area between the battery and motor. Comes with all hardware and a throttle body spacer. Polished tube.

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Is this the dry filter, or do you have to oil it? And do you have any pictures of it installed? I just want to see exactly where it sits under the hood.

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It is the dry-flow filter, so no need to oil it. I dont have any pictures of it installed, but it basically runs perpendicular to the valve cover. If I remember right, the AEM badge is right over the valve cover.
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