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Old 11-12-2003, 04:08 PM   #11
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I believe I would rather do the spacer that it would be alittle easier to hide the nozzel ( your firewall side is the visable side for mine so that would probably be the first thing someone would see, wiht the spacer i could put it near the firewall on mine which is front on yours. ). Plus I would be able to take it out easier.

Speedguy, What kind of $ would I be looking at to have one done from Aluminum or maybe another material that might help insulate the TB from some of the heat of the sc?
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Annular Discharge

A term that describes the spacer system we provide. Even as a spacer it will add some flow.

Because your application is different we will have to make a custom unit. I will have a price around Wednesday. I need to get all the engine info

Like the vin of the car it came from

The year

SC ? non?

I will then be able to be sure we already have the proper config. For your application.

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Vin # No idea
Year 1993
pontiac bonneville SSEI
Supercharged.

I got it priced for $69 locally from 3/4" alum. He told me it would take a day or 2 for them to get to it. For that I would guess that would be best bet, but thank you for your time.
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dont you have a 94-95 Sc and Tb on your car?
if you do, the plate will be different.
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oops forgot SC and TB did come off a 95. Thanks Jeffrey
Btw what is up with my sign in name?
It would not let me log in under this name a fw days ago, now it does???
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Its a test to see how bad you want to be on the forum.. Congratulations you passed. lol

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