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post #1 of 8 Old 11-21-2010, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
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Just finished fitting my Cold Air Inductions CAI

Just finished fitting my CAI, along with a ADM Race Scoop and FoMoCo Washer bag.

Instructions easy to follow ... CAI and scoop very well manufactured.

Happy with th result!




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post #2 of 8 Old 11-21-2010, 06:20 PM
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Looks great Simon, Has your "permagrin" wore off yet?


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Looks great Simon, Has your "permagrin" wore off yet?
Nup ... cheshire cat :

782.5rwhp 680 rwtq 2011 Inferno Orange 2SS, STRUT 22" Icon5 Rims & Grille Kit, Mahle Pistons, Manley Rods, Custom Comp Cam, ARP Bolts, Melling HV Oil Pump, Whipple SC, 3.5" Pulley, 8 Rib Pulley Kit, Innovators West 10% Overdrive Balancer, LT Headers, Borla 3" Exhaust, ADM Fuel Pump, 80lb/hr FIC Billet Tip Injectors, RX Monster Catch Can, CAI Intake, ADM Race Scoop, Mantic 9000 Series Clutch, Hurst Shifter, Eibach Springs. Motor built by PFAFF Engines. Fitted & tuned by Cunningham Motorsports.
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Looks cool !

A nice set of long tube headers and a tune will really wake up the car.

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long tubes/tune are a must, The air scoop was a worth while mod car looks great

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long tubes/tune are a must, The air scoop was a worth while mod car looks great
Thanks

My last car I had 304 Stainless 4 into 1 long 1" 3/4 with high flow cats and 3" cat back ... with Varex Mufflers I could make loud or quiet with the push of a button.

So what extractors would you recommend? I prefer 1" 7/8 ceramic coated.

And have you guys had much experience running long tubes with the standard exhaust? ... keeping in mind that I've already swapped out the rear mufflers for something that breathes a little easier.

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id go ARH 1 7/8 3 inch x pipe and arh mufflers and add noweeds cutouts a few of our cars have it its nuts !!!! this way its the best of both worlds. power and loud as hell when you want it win win

if you keep you H pipe you can get the ARH short set which will line up perfect,

the headers really woke my car up

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id go ARH 1 7/8 3 inch x pipe and arh mufflers and add noweeds cutouts a few of our cars have it its nuts !!!! this way its the best of both worlds. power and loud as hell when you want it win win

if you keep you H pipe you can get the ARH short set which will line up perfect,

the headers really woke my car up
That was the best part of my Varex Mufflers.

Have a look at these youtbue videos of my old car ... doesnt do it justice because the camera kept auto levelling the volume ... but you'll get the idea.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WXEi8hTNM0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmrTN...eature=related

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