I've found out that not only my ZT190 is completely absent the shannon tube (which I knew about) but everything either side of it. I literally have the airbox and that's it! Now if I bought a new shannon I would get both ends with it plus I'd need a bracket to attach to the wheelarch. I can only assume that one of the previous owners fitted an induction kit or something and didn't put anything back after removal.
So I need:
1.) Plastic pipe which goes from airbox to shannon tube (part of Part No: PHD000430 or PHD000780)
2.) Shannon itself (also PHD000430 or PHD000780)
3.) The plastic end at the wheel arch end (also PHD000430 or PHD000780)
4.) Metal bracket (PHU102782) and screw (DEP1198) which attaches to the wheelarch
5.) Plastic thing which attaches the airbox to the shannon (PHU102773) plus any screws. Assuming of course a 190 has such a thing.
Note: the 190 has a different shannon to all the other models so it must have come from a 190. If the shannon tube itself is shot then fine, I can replace it with a silicon hose. But as it stands I have nothing to attach to. I'm hoping someone may have changed theirs for a new one so will have all the pieces left over.
6.) I also need (for a Mk1 ZT) the black plastic strip at the bottom of the bumper which joins it to the undertray (DPF000050). The holes on mine have split.