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Hey, i got a new 3 inch intake horn meant for a second gen 12 valve but will not fit because of my master cylinder, curious if anyone has ever installed a second gen master cylinder and if theres much to do for the swap? Hoping that would give me the clearance i need. 91 3 speed auto 4wd previously non ic

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You may have to make your own intake horn, it's easy if you can fabricate.

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Try flipping the intake plate. Moves the opening forward and may clear that way
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if you have the one that comes straight off the side thats for a 24 valve.
pretty sure if you flip the intake plate theres injector lines in the way.
get an early second gen horn or an aftermarket one. if you happen to be handy build one.

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