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Old 29 Dec 2010, 11:11 am
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I just purchased the upper plastic intake manifold for my dream cruiser series 3 and i was wondering if I have to buy the lower plastic intake manifold?
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I just purchased the upper plastic intake manifold for my dream cruiser series 3 and i was wondering if I have to buy the lower plastic intake manifold?
yes, one will not work without the other
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