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Old 05-05-2008, 04:56 PM   #1
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i have a m90 that way chromed and by reading resent forums i see that that was a bad idea so im willin to bit the bullet and go back with my stock blower but i wont to keep my keyed snout what am i gonna need to swith the keyed snout to my stcok charger?
im gonna try the krylon black with the wrinkle finish that was in a forum willwren showed me!
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Ummmm......I was under the impression that you installed that keyed snout yourself.
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nope stricklands performance & race done it mr. james stricklan he'* my older brother, problem is hes got to many car lined up right now so i have to do this one myself im just not sure wat all i need!
i know i need the followin
both blowers
a gen type of lock type
air gun or torque wrench
and thats all i know i had the original instruction list but we just moved and well i guess it was lost in transit!
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nope stricklands performance & race done it mr. james stricklan he'* my older brother, problem is hes got to many car lined up right now so i have to do this one myself im just not sure wat all i need!
i know i need the followin
both blowers
a gen type of lock type
air gun or torque wrench
and thats all i know i had the original instruction list but we just moved and well i guess it was lost in transit!
Yes, both blowers.
I have no idea what a gentype of lock type is. Please read this:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=73691
And take a little extra time to clarify your point and type it properly.

Air gun? No. Torque wrench? Yes. You'll need to torque the fasteners to 20ft/lbs when done, and you need the red GM or Loctite gasket maker, as well as some oil. good time to replace the coupler if you haven't.
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thats what i ment gel lock tight and yes its red!
nope i havent replaced the coupler so ill do that, intense sells a good one right.
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