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Old 08-23-2006, 11:06 PM   #21
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I also have been looking looking for a CAI / FWI but not found anything that I would be ready to buy. I saw the intense one but haven't seen a whole lot else. When I bought one for my last mustang is was a very nice two part chrome finished peice and was only like $120. I know it is a more common part but still it was high quality and reasonable price.
At this point I an starting to think I could make my own with a little effort and not a whole lot of money.
I am sure some exhuast shop could bend some big pipe with hose cuppling and then even a bracket to keep it in place for $50 - $75.
This is all just me thinking out loud but maybe I will get serious and let everyone know how it goes.
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I also have been looking looking for a CAI / FWI but not found anything that I would be ready to buy. I saw the intense one but haven't seen a whole lot else. When I bought one for my last mustang is was a very nice two part chrome finished peice and was only like $120. I know it is a more common part but still it was high quality and reasonable price.
At this point I an starting to think I could make my own with a little effort and not a whole lot of money.
I am sure some exhuast shop could bend some big pipe with hose cuppling and then even a bracket to keep it in place for $50 - $75.
This is all just me thinking out loud but maybe I will get serious and let everyone know how it goes.
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