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Old 09-22-2004, 11:25 AM   #51
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I like the sound of mine too harofreak

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but i think im gonna change my intake setup to one like Allmachtige, the BWI(bumper well intake).... colder air
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WIth heatshield





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may i copy ur styly ryan??

looks great..what is the rubber strip on top?
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Looks very similar to what 2000SilverBullet did to his SSEi.
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may i copy ur styly ryan??

looks great..what is the rubber strip on top?
Sure can, thats why were here! I used garage door bottom you can find it in the garage door section of Home Depot.....the rest you will have to cut out sections of cardboard to make a templet for wrapping it...you can choose what you want to wrap it in, but I used windshield heat screen (like you put in youre windshield in the summer to keep the car cool) and then I got some pipe heat wrap tape to tape the engine side with. The Engine side of the intake tube is covered in pipe heatwrap tape then covered in the windshiled stuff so it didnt look to yucky, as asthetics are important to me also. I then used 2 hose clamps to hold the windshiled stuff on and got some 3M double sided tape to hold the garage door bottom on to seal the whole thing.....by the way I also made a bottom tray outta the same stuff......took about 3 hours start to finish...so figure at least 2 -6 packs


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Looks very similar to what 2000SilverBullet did to his SSEi.
Kinda where I got the idea...that and someone had a post up about using the windshileld stuff, I forgot which member.....but I thank them every time I think about how little all this stuff cost me, and how good it looks and performs.
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