Unknown Holes Next to Intake


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Turkeyboy111
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Unknown Holes Next to Intake

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What are these holes next to the intake for?
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Re: Unknown Holes Next to Intake

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They are called Secondary Air Supply Tube, presuming emission stuff.
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So if I do not have any emissions equipment, should I leave them open or plug the holes?

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Plug them I did!

Works great.

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It won't run very well if you leave them open, so plug them up!

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Thanks for the response!



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