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Old 03-24-2004, 10:24 PM   #1
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Ahhhh... The sound of a CAI and blower at WOT. Yum.
Thanks mremer, TaylorD and Jrios for the pics and ideas. If I missed anyone, I'll by the pop (barley).
The bracket for the PCM is a bit of a joke. So, I may have to pool some resources at work (you know, "government" stuff) and see what we can come up with. Hopefully I'll have some pics to follow.
I'm also still working on a Bonneville vs. 512BB (it'* like pulling teeth) as well. Hopefully this spring.
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Glad to hear the cai worked out, not too much hacking to make it fit?
What ever you come up with for a pcm shelf can you take pics and share with us?
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pcm shelf= ziploc bag, duct tape, and velcro strips.
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kidding. I had to buy more of that foam padding stuff to make sure the PCM was good and comfortable. I had to flip one of the plastic dealies that comes in from the other side of the wheel well so the pcm could fit better.

in case anyone is interested....
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Congrats on your newly cut up Thrasher CAI. Box looks pretty good. Where you able to get it all the way in the corner. Got any gaps?

I also had to mess with the PCM tray to make it fit. Still don't like it. See what Big Jeff might have to say about it.

OH ya, HAPPY WHINE!
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Congrats on your newly cut up Thrasher CAI. Box looks pretty good. Where you able to get it all the way in the corner. Got any gaps?

I also had to mess with the PCM tray to make it fit. Still don't like it. See what Big Jeff might have to say about it.

OH ya, HAPPY WHINE!
Where do you see pics?
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I don't, that'* why I was asking him.
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