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Old 04-10-2003, 11:12 AM   #11
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what are the benefits???
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It'* pretty. That'* about it.
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the one i posted will work on a series I and it is cheeper
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whats the point if it just looks pretty
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it is suposta releve pressure freeing up some hp
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haha well since my sending unit is going and my oil pressure is pretty much nonexistant at times i should be runnin 10'* right? j/k
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That breather will fit a series one. It looks like they are all the same. Is that one on an 87-91?
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whats the point if it just looks pretty
To get women. Girls are suckers for bling bling.
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Can I get one gold plated and lowered? Bling bliiinnng.
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Yeah all the girls see that bling bling HIDDEN underneath ur hood..lol. I apologize if i offend anyone, but unless this "breather" is 99 cents..wouldn't ya say its a w aste of time and money?? Save up ur money and buy something constructive, haha.
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