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Old 05-07-2008, 11:11 AM   #1
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Default 1996 ssei pcm relocation upadated and relocated

I was wondering if anyone with a 96 ssei had relocated their pcm, I would like a little more room for my cai if anyone has done this or has any ideas they would be greatly appreciated... thanks
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Have you at least changed to a 97-99 PCM box, instead of that annoying foam ensemble?
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im not sure what you mean foam ensemble there was some foam around the box but it got taken out to do my cai give me a little bit and ill get pics
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What I did was take it out of that plastic bracket and pulled it in close to the fender with some string, though im getting an adjustable belt so it wont be so ghetto-ish.
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no but really could you post a pic for me that would be great thanks.
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You dont need pics. And I cant show you any because I had to revert back to a stock filter for now. But just get an adjustable wrap-around belt (or string even) and tie that around your pcm and then, say, that horn bracket in that picture of yours.

Edit: You want a pic? You got a pic!
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heres where the horn was and you can see above how cramped my cai was
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i moved the horn back to the next bracket and tucked the pcm further in the fender
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it got me probably about 4-5 more inches which was just what I needed
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