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What is the name of the ribbed tube connecting the air filter and intake manifold? Is is factory only part or is there an aftermarket version available? thanks

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It is an air duct and will be a dealer or salvage yard item.

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It's an air duct tube. If you want one that is exactly like the one you currently have in your car you will have to get it from the dealer. If you don't care if it's exact, you can get one that you bend to fit from AutoZone for around $20. Check it out http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/accessories/accProductDetails.jsp?subSubPartId=&itemIdentifier=422454_0_0_&brandName=Spectre&displayName=Air+Duct+Hose&categoryNValue=&sortType=&store=112&fromWhere=&fromString=&itemId=prod62355&navValue=100409&skuDisplayName=Black+Air+Ducting&filterByKeyWord=&productId=422454&appQuestionText=&categoryDisplayName=&parentId=cat30102&subPartId=prod62355
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