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I searched the old forum, and this one, and still no answer. So, forgive me if this sounds like something you've already read. I purchased the "correct" elbow connection to connect the heater hose to the intake manifold. UNFORTUNATELY, I have a Performer manifold, and the pipe thread size is larger (looks to be 3/8" or 1/2" NPT). Is there a fitting that will work without having to use a reducer? Is there even a reducer that will work? What are you guys with Performer intakes using there? Thanks for the help.

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My new Performer RPM came with the fitting included. They "hid" it with the instruction sheet.

Should be a fairly common parts store item....

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My 2121 intake came with a brass reducer. If the auto parts stores don't have them I'm sure a hardware store like Ace will.
 

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There's no way around using the reducer. I don't recall if mine came with the reducer or I had to get one at the hardware store, but they are available at the hardware store.

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