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post #1 of 19 Old 11-13-2010, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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ADM AIR SCOOP WASHER RELOCATION WASHER DELETE PROJECT

(WHEN I WENT TO TAKE OUT THE WASHER FLUID BOTTLE I COULDNT FIND ANY PICTURES ON HOW TO DO IT SO I HOPE THIS IS A HELP TO SOME PEOPLE. ) FROM NY5THGEN.COM

SAFELY JACK UP CAR SET IT ON A JACK STAND THEN TAKE OF THE TIRE
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PART ONE WASHER BOTTLE REMOVAL









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PART 2 INSTALLING THE AIR SCOOP







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PART 3 RELOCATING THE WASHER FLUID BOTTLE
FIRST WE MOCKED UP WHERE WE COULD BEST FIT THE BOTTLE,
(WHILE WE HAD THE WHEEL OFF WE WIRED THE NEW PUMP INTO THE STOCK WIRING)




ONCE MOCKED UP WE EYEBALLED HOW MUCH TO CUT AND GRIND OUT OF THE ORIGNAL INTAKE MOUNT



PUT CAI BACK TOGETHER



We had removed the washer bottle last week so I got to drive the car with out the bottle and no air scoop. I noticed a bump in performance this way. You can hear the air flowing more freely.

We added the air scoop and it made a big difference over the washer bottle delete. This is worth it no doubt. Car is faster than it was before and to me thats worth the money. Good mod for under $200.

ADM AIR SCOOP $75 (FREE SHIPPING CAN BE FOUND)
1.2 WASHER BOTTLE $ 39 (12$ expedited shipping)
total cost $126
TOTAL TIME INVOLVED 2 HOURS AND 45 MINUTES


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Great job! Thanks for all of your hard work and pictures that will help all of us do the same thing without "re-enventing the wheel".


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glad it helps
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Great job mike..

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REVIEW UPDATE : ok so first day I didnt get too much time with the car . Today got to take her out on the open road. I am even more impressed . At 40 mph or so I nailed it and the response actually surprised me. Much more responsive from speed wow.

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Looks good, where did buy the new washer bottle?
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Looks good, where did buy the new washer bottle?
sorry i have been meaning to post this
http://www.verociousmotorsports.com/...eplacement-Kit


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update: its been a few weeks since the install and im very pleased. we had recieved a few questions about temps. The fluid isnt heated at all. We took some temps and that area stays fairly cool temps wont go over 100 degrees there

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Great Mike. That will be on the top 10 first things I do the first day I get my car.. LOL

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