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Old 08-06-2003, 11:42 PM   #11
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Can't wait, like my sig says, Is it here yet?
Your order shipped today, and your tracking number was emailed to you only 98 minutes after you placed the order on our website.

Hope that was fast enough for you!

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Thanks for the quick service Scott! Looking forward to doing more business in the future.

Alrighty now, so to sum this all up, the GTP fits the same way, and the gap can be fixed, So I should install it that way and I can fix the gap once I see how you GTP'ers do it. Going in on Sunday then!!!
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How do I attach the IAt sensor to the front of the box? Probably should go close to the fender hole right?
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How do I attach the IAt sensor to the front of the box? Probably should go close to the fender hole right?
I have never installed one before, so I don't know exactly how it is supposed to attach, but you are supposed to fasten it to the front of the box somewhere. Wherever you can attach it in the front of the box should work.
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I have TEP CAI in my 2002 SSEi. The installer had to cut the enclosure to fit the engine bay. You may to do the same, when you actually connect it, in order to get it to fit.

I am probably going to insulate it, as shawn has with his gtp.
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sorry if im asking a "johhny come lately, question" but where can you order the Thrasher CAI kit?

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www.3800performance.com. If it is not under Bonneville (it should be) then go to Grand Prix and it will be there.
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www.pfyc.com has it too; be careful where you order it from, some advertise it as "comes with 9" K&N STYLE filter". I installed the same kit in my Bonneville SE about two months ago. Used a piece of lexan to close the gap on the top in the front of the box (cut to fit, then secured it inbetween the bottom part of the box, and the removable top). Trying to make heads or tales of the PCM relocation was fun too. I ended up drilling a hole on the underside of the box in front of the filter for the IAT sensor. My miles per tank went from 315 to 350 (on average) take off seems quicker, and the sound is much nicer.
I had pics posted on bonnevilleattitude.com before it was closed of the install. A lot of people have insulated it, I just wonder how much that will really help.
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