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Old 09-03-2004, 01:33 PM   #81
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Because if you drive rice, chrome adds speed. They cater to ignorance to make a buck or two.
sad that is... if those people spent money actually making their car fast, instead of making it look fast...

anyway, i'm looking into other methods of getting us rice pipes, but there'* nothing secure as of yet - I'm talking to a few manufacturers to see if we can get a)quantity, and b) low enough cost to justify it in the first place.
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There'* another effort in progress for pipes specific to Bonnevilles in the works behind the scenes.
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I got the last one they had!!!!

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Tape it before you cut loose with the hacksaw.
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Hey Bill, i just went to AZ and grabbed the last rice pipe they had! After that i went to home depot and grabbed some of that acrylic sheet. What are the dimensions on your box, and how many sides did you have. I have the double washer tanks just like you so your measurements should fit mine directly(being that mine is a 92 as well). Also, what did you use to cut the acrylic sheet? And what were your means of attatching it to the air filter? How long will it take if i were to order the air filter directly from k&n? The part number for that is rx-4750, right? Please let me know.
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Most everything in this thread was answered in the first two pages guys. We don't need to re-ask them all again. Please read the thread.
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Hey jason, build some instructions and pics on a page... maybe even an FAQ, you've got that big ol' site over there.....
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That would be a great idea to put that under the Techinfo link. Parts and installation instructions at all. Dont forget the pics! We are noobs and we need pics so we dont drill a hole into a gas tank! :o
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I just bought the last one at my AZ today. Gonna install it tomorrow but I dont have anything to cut it with. Already have a K&N filter so all I need to do is put it together. Are you sure this thing wont fit without me cutting it? Would making it fit mean that there would be 3 inches of excess pipe inside the filter? I'll see what I can do but its going on regardless of what happens.
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i didn't cut mine....running a K&N ru3130
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