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Old 04-30-2005, 11:36 PM   #11
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CAI is a Cold Air Intake. This would be like the pipe and cone filter intake vs a stock airbox.

and the 180 will help your car run closer to 180 degrees vs 195 degrees like the factory one is set at. If you are sitting in traffic on a hot day, you'll still see the high engine temps. but if you are cruising down the road on a fair day, you'll see about 15^ colder engine temps.
ahh, i gotcha.

yeah, i was thinking of doing the "rice pipe" mod in conjunction with the new intake, i will have to see how my financial situation turns out though.
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this mod alnoe, probably not really. You would need to combine this with other mods like a CAI, 180 t-stat, maybe a chip, to get any real use out of it. Exhaust mods generally allow other mods to perform better and offer little noticable power on their own.
i asked my dad about the 180 degree T stat, basically it does not keep your engine any cooler, all it does is turn your fans on earlier, but your engine heats up just the same, you would need to get new fans for any real effect.
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Ya don't think I'll take my car to that dealer.....way off....There may be a communication error.
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this mod alnoe, probably not really. You would need to combine this with other mods like a CAI, 180 t-stat, maybe a chip, to get any real use out of it. Exhaust mods generally allow other mods to perform better and offer little noticable power on their own.
i asked my dad about the 180 degree T stat, basically it does not keep your engine any cooler, all it does is turn your fans on earlier, but your engine heats up just the same, you would need to get new fans for any real effect.
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Ya don't think I'll take my car to that dealer.....way off....There may be a communication error.
it might have been an error in communication :/
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All our cars have single exhaust....just dual outlets.......get a flow master or magnaflow for a firebird/camaro and some nice tips and take them to an exhaust shop and tell'em what you want done......maybe around 100 something for parts...maybe about 200 someting for install...not sure
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Tell me what you do because I have a 97' LSS L67 and if it works good for you, i'll use it. I don't think the stock exaust is any different on 88 w/ the L36 vs. an LSS w/ the L67.
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Tell me what you do because I have a 97' LSS L67 and if it works good for you, i'll use it. I don't think the stock exaust is any different on 88 w/ the L36 vs. an LSS w/ the L67.
i'll be sure to let everyone know if i get it done. hahaha

i might take it in to a shop to get it done, i'll get the cheapest price written estimate i can, and then go to carx and have em beat it by 20 bucks hahaha.
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Tell me what you do because I have a 97' LSS L67 and if it works good for you, i'll use it. I don't think the stock exaust is any different on 88 w/ the L36 vs. an LSS w/ the L67.
You're gonna have a different muffler I bet....but ya essentially the same. Prescott, you've seen Jason'* exhaust right? You and Max can both do that.
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Yup, i've seen Jason'*. Nice exaust setup in my mind. If he can run a 15.9 on a L27 i'm highly impressed. With that exaust I might break high 13'* with a PCM..
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U and Max xan both do that setup if you wanted to....there'* an exhaust post around here. Do a search on it.....Good info and part numbers.
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