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i bought a tii booster a couple years ago and it is just now time to install it on the car but when you blow or suck on the vacuum port air comes through. so am i sol or can i rebuild it? if not does anyone have one for sale? i need a tii booster to use my dbilas air filter.

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-= no =-

factory sealed and non-serviceable

damn well does anyone have one they want part with? shoot me an email. tia

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Try stainless steel brakes. I believe they are located in NY. The price may be steep but still cheaper than buying a new one.

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btw you need to use a dbilas side draft manifold too to make sure it clears as the other brands of manifolds are longer.

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i bought a tii booster a couple years ago and it is just now time to install it on the car but when you blow or suck on the vacuum port air comes through. so am i sol or can i rebuild it? if not does anyone have one for sale? i need a tii booster to use my dbilas air filter.

Well, a little study of how it works and if you don't have a MC installed on it, you won't get much results blowing or sucking on the vacuum connection.

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i bought a tii booster a couple years ago and it is just now time to install it on the car but when you blow or suck on the vacuum port air comes through. so am i sol or can i rebuild it? if not does anyone have one for sale? i need a tii booster to use my dbilas air filter.

Well, a little study of how it works and if you don't have a MC installed on it, you won't get much results blowing or sucking on the vacuum connection.

i wouldnt be posting if i knew how it worked. how do you test one then?

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Send it to Rob Torres at 2002 Haus or to Jack Fahuna at JF Pro and they will have it rebuit for you. Contact them for pricing. It may not be cheap but I promise it will be a lot less than a new unit.

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Yes. The M/C completes the seal. If you don't have a MC bolted to it, you will never get any vacuum.

John

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Yes. The M/C completes the seal. If you don't have a MC bolted to it, you will never get any vacuum.

John

thanks john i'll bolt it up and try again this weekend.

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