I took advantage of doing mine while I did the Poly Performance LA kit and RROR skids - it was on a lift and the gas tank was removed - not that it is necessary at all, all of this could have easily been done in the drive way on a creeper.
I had already installed the AEV snorkel and sealed the air box so I just tied the breathers into the air box:
I cleaned the area where the four holes are at in the air box, three are where it mounts under the hood and the fourth is a little drain hole. I added some silicone to each hole - followed it up with some more silicone (black first then clear... no reason other than it was what I had). The breather tubes are tied in where the little round filter is at, I had an extra one from my air tank compressor.
I also added some hose clamps to keep everything where it should be. TK suggested that I add a couple of clamps on the smaller of the two hoses that run from the air box to the motor.
You can see where the front breather hose ties in with the rest then they all go up to the bottom of the air box - I added a hose clamp to the hose that went into the air box - the others are plenty tight.
After sealing the air box start the motor and cover the air ram with a towel or something just enough to where you can hear any leaks in the air box - some shaving cream works well also...... mine was nice and tight. Should be ready for some water now.