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Fabspeed air intake, WUR vacuum

I am installing a Fabspeed intake and it doesn't have a provision for attaching the vacuum line from the top of the WUR. What have others done? I didn't receive install instructions (not sure if there are any) so not sure what to do. The kit came with 3 "breather caps", one of which I will use to cap that hose.

Also, there is a small bracket included that I have no idea what to do with. Anyway, thanks...
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The top "fitting" on the WUR is just a vent to atmosphere. I used to go to the airbox just to keep debris & moisture out.

I'm not familiar w/ the fabspeed intake but the bracket is probably a support on the passenger side where the original airbox was mounted...
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Thank you, that helps.
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It goes to the air box so if the dia. in wur was to rupture you would have gas being sucked back into engine and not sprayed out in the engine compartment.
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I think 964 T #304 is right on the money with this too!!
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Thanks all.
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