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Old 06-22-2004, 01:20 PM   #11
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your pic a second ago was fine, but you had an extra period at the end.

[img] http://img24.photobucket.com/albums/...e/IMG_0513.jpg [/img]
remove the spaces and you are good.



Nice intake BTW.
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Old 06-22-2004, 01:21 PM   #12
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Hello here are some pics of my set up. I went to the drag strip last weekend and i ran a 16.0 at 85.1 mph. I am going tomrrow and i will post my new times. I also thought that that was alot of hp. But thats just what the G-tech said.

I need help can some one show me how to upload pictures?
Put them on cardomain first
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Old 06-22-2004, 01:22 PM   #13
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He'* havin a little trouble with the BBCode tags
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Then just hyperlink your cardomain page or wherever you have your pics at on here
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your pic a second ago was fine, but you had an extra period at the end.

[img] http://img24.photobucket.com/albums/...e/IMG_0513.jpg [/img]
remove the spaces and you are good.



Nice intake BTW.
Nice intake, yes. But where'* your CAI?
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i am confused now. I thought that pic was a CAI. What is it, just the intake itself?
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That pic is of an intake pipe with filter. A CAI completely isolates the filter from the engine bay. In my sig, it'* not even a CAI. Really I have just a heatshield, although with the ram feed, no engine bay heat enters it. Mine is kindof a morph between a heat shield and CAI in function.

A real CAI COMPLETELY protects the filter and makes sure it can only draw outside air.

That is an intake only.
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See My post in Your Ride about the SLP CAI. That is a real CAI....

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=20465
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Ok.. Lets try this again...


I use this when i go drag racing. Its just a 3 inch hose that runs out of the front behind the head light. I take the head light out and i guess it kinda gives a ram air effect.


Sorry about the pics being so big i dont know how to change them. Well if its not a cold air intake then what is it?
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Tell me you're kidding. You run without a filter on a SUPERCHARGED engine at the track?

Do you know how expensive a SC is to replace???????? Don't do that again, PLEASE.
(A ram effect on a SC engine will gain you nothing anyway. The SC is pulling air faster than the forward motion of the car can stuff it into the TB by itself).
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