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For anyone who has the AEM (in bumper) cai, how long is the rubber mount that goes with the nut that fixes it onto the frame?

Reason is i have everything except for the nut and rubber mount. And I know I can easily find a replacement
in a hardware store, but I want to make sure the rubber
piece is the same size so that it adequately supports the pipe.

And while we're at it, what size is the nut? I can check but if I can be lazy i'd really appreciate it.

I feel dumb cuz I have an exhaust and header already, but hardly any gains cuz i still have the stock intake.
 

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yea i need to replace mine...IT BROKE! Clean off...grrr, but this is like the 1st Generation AEM intake. They improved upon it since i bought mine. I think the nut is like 10mm.
 

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LT6916 on Aug/06/02 said:
yea i need to replace mine...IT BROKE! Clean off...grrr, but this is like the 1st Generation AEM intake. They improved upon it since i bought mine. I think the nut is like 10mm.
yep 10mm, just went and measured the rubber mount and it was 1 inch
 

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Thanks guys

Always helpful as usual.


I woke up at 4:30 a.m. and couldn't sleep for an hour because I dreamt I was installing my cai already.
I guess i'm just really anxious cuz the cai is where the most noticeable increase comes from and right now my newly installed header and exhaust have only made a minimal difference (as i expected).
 

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My AEM never fit up to that support very well. the bolt is is at an angle supporting it \. I dont think you can install it wrong???? anyone else have this problem?
 

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the support isn't gonna be exactly straight,thats why its a rubber mount, the one you part you have to watch is the ac line its a tight fit but it wont touch when in correctly





 
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