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Old 08-31-2003, 01:31 PM   #11
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I can't see any of those pix...... Your host doesn't like it, make a car domain account.
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BonneMeMN, what is the address for your cardomain page? I was thinking of putting the ducting where the air dam is, next to the bottom of the radiator. Most likely you are only taking a little air away from the rad, but the air is going to the engine anyway. I live in Illinois and its cold for most of the year anyways. BonneMeMN, did you say that you ahd to take alot of stuff out in order to fit it in? How long and involved was it?
My plan is to hook it up to the factory airbox and maybe gut that. If it doesnt make much of a diffference then I might fork out the $ and get an intake. Ill probably go with the $75 civic intake, since my plan is to spend as little money as possible.
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http://members.cardomain.com/bonnieboimn i can talk to you more about it personally if you have questions too, either hit me up with the aim button, email, msn, PM or here! It'* really taking nothing away from the rad IMHO. I have an intake on each end of the bumper opening, and the duct for the passenger side one runs right into the bumper so it doesn't block airflow, and the passenger ones doesn't either. Connecting both sides isn't easy, and if i did it again, i'd get a PVC y junction.
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deathrat, whre did all the pics of your bonnie go?
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Old 09-01-2003, 01:34 AM   #15
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Its gone...no more Bone Evil for Rat
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