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Old 08-29-2006, 08:21 AM   #11
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Hans..no need to pull the evap to see where your filter would be. Look up from under the fender. It'* wide open.

Matt.. you need some flex..the engine moves a little

Pat.. why does your FWI says "Dodge" on it?
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Hans, in your climate, it'* not a good idea. The 92-99 fender design doesn't shield the filter like the 2000 and newer design.
I'll have to pull the evap canister to see what I am working with. As it stands right now the rice pipe heats up bad in traffic bad, up to 220*, I put the stock airbox back on and it stays around 185 even in traffic. that tells me the metal pipe has to go.
What temperature are you looking at, coolant? An air intake system isn't going to swing that much temperature on it'* own... What thermostat do you have in there?
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Pat.. why does your FWI says "Dodge" on it?
nope .....HEMI for even more POWA

Hans i like the FWI, it was on only option because i had mounted my ELC compressor and the way i had Previously had my intake and box setup the pipe would not clear....i like the sound, and have not had a issue with dirt or water
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But you haven't been through a winter with it, either. My suggestion would be to shield it as similarly to the 2k+ as possible.
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But you haven't been through a winter with it, either. My suggestion would be to shield it as similarly to the 2k+ as possible.
agreed...although in my climate winter is 60*
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Where the PCM go??
Under my dash like every other 92-95....LOL
LMAO that was frickin priceless!!!!


Didn't know that.. :P
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i like my FWi.....
Did you have to extend any of the pipeing for the charcoal Canister.. and how did you mount/secure the canister??
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Did you have to extend any of the pipeing for the charcoal Canister.. and how did you mount/secure the canister??
i didnt have to extend anything....and the canister just sits there.....and has not moved yet
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