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Old 11-12-2002, 04:31 AM   #11
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Ok I am going to take a step back a bit. This unit is a waste if you have the option. Also if you really donít have the money I understand your choice, but really the angry duck unit is a better choice because you get a better final product. Sometimes we have no choice. But to buy the cheap one then buy the better one. You can swap out the filter and swap in a K&N, powdercoat it, make a shield for it, and then you will understand the cost reasons behind other better units. Also it is better to have the IAT sensor closer to the filter. You could sell it on E-bay and then buy an angry duck once it is ready. Either way once the filter is changed you are not bad off. Just not as good as you could be. I wouldnít be ashamed of having it and it is better than stock. It always pays to wait for good product and save your money while you wait. I believe in measuring twice and cutting once. Also for you cheaper people who want to save money I have a plan that I will work out. Shhhh , actually it will involve Hector. We will see if my idea works.

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Hello, did you receive the e-mail I sent you with compliments and questions about your CAI unit install and my filter box??
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That depends on who you sent it to!
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Hello, did you receive the e-mail I sent you with compliments and questions about your CAI unit install and my filter box??

Did you ask me a question? Which email did you use or just email me again with your question. I typically get 10-20 emails a day from Bonneville people, Crown Vic guys, and Honda Civic, Toyota Supra and Nissian 240SX guys wanting custom turbo kits. I answer each email the same day I get it.

I looked on eBay at those intakes. Did anyone notice that alot of them are actually made out of PVC pipe. Just checking if you looked at the picture closely. But they use regular rubber, we use silicon for turbos that can withstand 700 degrees F. All the clamps are stainless steel, are really really trick, (I will have to take a picture) and the edges of the clamps are rolled as to not cut the silicon or cut your hand. It'* your choice.

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