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Old 11-23-2002, 03:07 PM   #1
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Im intrested in purchasing a cai for my car ,should i wait or go with the ADTR?I also need a performance chip for my bonne its an 97ssei.
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All the first batch of ADTR intakes are in powdercoating. 10 for the series 2, of which 3 are sold the last I heard, and the first Series 1, coming to me to test for fit. You need hector for the intake and the chip. By the way, go jet. If you've read my posts, you'll know why!
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I have the ADTR aluminum cai (go figure), it helps with heat alot. Aluminum does not accept heat well and it works well at since the pipe never gets hotter than me being able to touch the pipe with my bare hands and hold on. A steel pipe is going to retain heat while aluminum bleeds it off fast. At night there is a bigger difference in power between the two.

For Jet chips, just shoot me an e-mail. For 97+ there are no stages, just a Jet chip. Just email me for a price quote at the email address in my signature.

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I have the ADTR aluminum cai (go figure), it helps with heat alot. Aluminum does not accept heat well and it works well at since the pipe never gets hotter than me being able to touch the pipe with my bare hands and hold on. A steel pipe is going to retain heat while aluminum bleeds it off fast. At night there is a bigger difference in power between the two.

For Jet chips, just shoot me an e-mail. For 97+ there are no stages, just a Jet chip. Just email me for a price quote at the email address in my signature.

-Hector
Hey Hector are their any aluminum cai available,and if not can you powdercoat a platinum grey to match my bonne'* exterior.i cant email you right now for the the info but you can reach me at [email protected]
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All aluminum CAI'* are done on a one by one basis. If you order it, we make it immediately and ship it out to you. The Aluminum is hand polished by us to a mirror shine. So it would take a total of approx a 7-10 business days from order to receiving it. The powdercoated steel intakes are taking longer since the powdercoater is taking a friggin long time.

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How much and does a 96 have any kind of chip ???
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Nope. I should've waited though. Afriend of mine tried to make me an intake but did'nt use a heavy enough guage aluminum and during polishing it got too hot and warped all out of shape. Ended up using PVC pipe and now it sounds like a toilet until it warms up. Spend the bucks for Hectors intake instead of flushing the toilet.
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How much and does a 96 have any kind of chip ???
96 Bonneville'* do not get Jet chips. They can get a Jet Power Control Unit that hooks into the TPS and MAF wires. It'* worth about 10-12 HP, N/A or */C. It'* not much for either since its not really modifying that many values.

The ADTR aluminum intake is $195 shipped to your door. For more info check out
www.angryducktofuracing.com and go into...

Engine -> Intakes -> Cold Air -> ADTR

or email me at the address in my signature below.

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