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Old 01-24-2006, 02:05 AM   #211
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So there is absolutely noone making a direct bolt on, specific fit intake for supercharged 96 bonnevilles?
I can make one and sell it to you... $300 shipped

Anyway, I might have missed it...
I just purchased the ingredients to build this thing all online, but it occurred to me, am I going to have trouble mounting it over the ELC pump and double washer fluid reservoir? I did by an RX-4750, so it'll be a squeeze, but it is possible, right??
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My ADTR intake just misses it. And I know there are several cars with ELC running the ricer pipe, so I doubt you'll have trouble.
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, but MY RX-4750 IS COMMING TODAY
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My ADTR intake just misses it. And I know there are several cars with ELC running the ricer pipe, so I doubt you'll have trouble.
I'm one of them. If it comes close, like mine, just put a peice of rubber inbetween the two to prevent wear and tear on eachother...
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mine is pretty much on it, the insulation holds it snug to it, ive turned on the compressor, no problems at all
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My ADTR intake just misses it. And I know there are several cars with ELC running the ricer pipe, so I doubt you'll have trouble.
What do you mean by ADTR. I have seen a couple people here mention it, but I don't know what it is? A brand?
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Only 6 were made. 2 test units (99bonnevileSE has one, I have the other), and 4 production units. I believe all 4 are still 'active' here.

99bonnevilleSE developed and produced them. He has #1, I have #2 (Series2 and Series1 test pipes). He'* part-owner of ADTR (angryducktofuracing).
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I wouldn't mind if he wanted to make at least "one" more
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My ADTR intake just misses it. And I know there are several cars with ELC running the ricer pipe, so I doubt you'll have trouble.
I'm one of them. If it comes close, like mine, just put a peice of rubber inbetween the two to prevent wear and tear on eachother...
Thanks guys, appreciate the feedback. and Logan, my RX-4750 is on the way too
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Just to confirm, my HAI will not need any support besides the clamps on the TB right? No brackets necessary?
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