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Old 02-10-2005, 01:39 AM   #11
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We honestly don't know. I doubt a totally stock setup would benefit from it. But in my case, with the higher redline, ultra-fast Supercharger RPM'* (16,000 rpms), and good intake, I should get something from it considering I'm about to put a SMALLER pulley on the SC and a cam. I'll be demanding more air, and I want to make sure it'll get in there ok.
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Nothing that I should be getting into anytime soon then.
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Of course the part Bill didn't tell is the most interesting I got a phone call at 1am with a lot of repeated "If it doesn't work I don't have a replacement".... So for the record, If it does infact turn out bad, I will personally ship my unmolested stocker up there. With Bill'* car I expect a nice result.
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Of course the part Bill didn't tell is the most interesting I got a phone call at 1am with a lot of repeated "If it doesn't work I don't have a replacement".... So for the record, If it does infact turn out bad, I will personally ship my unmolested stocker up there. With Bill'* car I expect a nice result.
LMAO...I think I got these TB'* coming out my ears at work....I could probably find one to dork with.
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I was on the phone at work today with Jwikoff (also at work) dorking with 3D models of the Series 1 Intercooler, and he also offered me a replacement

We'll see, but not for 3-4 more weeks. Straitor, did you notice I cut and kept the backpressure plate for the MAF sensor?
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Yeah.... I guess having that pimp endmill makes that an option... It really didn't affect much so I didn't dork with it with hand tools. You get better results than me and I've got a little job for ya eh?
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Bring it on.
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Bring it on.
*writes note* I'm holding ya to that bud.
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and to third the notion, i've got a spare S1 L67 TB here at home...
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Wow. Now, if only you had a tranny.....
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