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Old 06-18-2009, 07:02 PM   #6 (permalink)
Moderate your Moderation.
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You could put a heater core in the intake box (if you still have a stock intake) and run tap lines from your original heater core into it. The control would be as simple as a cut-valve on a cable from any older car... (88-91 Honda Civic for sure has them) or you could make a simple flap in your air box that would still allow cooler air to bypass the heater core, so you can somewhat accurately control temperature.
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