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Old 02-18-2014, 02:19 PM   #1
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T7 delivery pipe question

Are the t7 delivery pipes on a 00-02 9-3 the same, very similar shape contour as the delivery pipe on a 99-02 9-5's?
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I think the 99 9-5's may have had the really tiny one just like the 99 9-3's... but other than that they're all the same for 9-5/9-3 until they introduced the "king cobra" on the 06+ 9-5's.
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I'm taking about the pipe that goes from the throttle body to the bov and ic
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I think they're the same, 00, 01, and 02. The pre-2001's have separate pressure and temp sensors though so the 00's aren't the same as the 01/02 in both models. I think.
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EPC shows that the pipe for the '01 to '03 OG 9-3 is also used in the '01 to '10 9-5.

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so then what's the difference for the 00 delivery pipes versus the 01+?
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I think they're the same, 00, 01, and 02. The pre-2001's have separate pressure and temp sensors though so the 00's aren't the same as the 01/02 in both models. I think.
Would a new hole need to be made or a new switch for pressure/temp need to be purchased?
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what? The early/late ones are pretty different.
same shape, but different bungs.

Have you looked at them? the newer one has a single, square sensor on the first bend, and a quick-release vacuum port on the last bend by the throttle body.
The older ones have a nipple on the underside of the first bend, and a boss for the temp sensor to screw in( I forget where the OE sensor sits)

I'm not sure what the quick-release on the newer ones is for. It's odd to me that it's pre-throttle-body.
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what? The early/late ones are pretty different.
same shape, but different bungs.

Have you looked at them? the newer one has a single, square sensor on the first bend, and a quick-release vacuum port on the last bend by the throttle body.
The older ones have a nipple on the underside of the first bend, and a boss for the temp sensor to screw in( I forget where the OE sensor sits)

I'm not sure what the quick-release on the newer ones is for. It's odd to me that it's pre-throttle-body.
some 00-01 have the screw in temp sensor and 01 +some have the two bolt torx
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some 00-01 have the screw in temp sensor and 01 +some have the two bolt torx
Yeah, mine has the screw in and I wanted to know if two bolt torx sensor would fit the hole or if I got a delivery pipe with the newer sensor if it would be plug/play using the old sensors connector...but i found my answer while talking to Gustav on nordicspeed.com
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