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Old 10-01-2002, 12:13 PM   #21
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I also believe the system has to work with the constraints of mike511'* engine bay. This is the exact constraint I am dealing with on my friendí* car.

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The tube that I used was 3"
The intake manifold is 3 1/4"
There is lots of ro0m for a shield for the intake I will send you lots of pix
If there is anything else that I can help you with just let me know
-also you should try and make the IAT closer to the filter for a colder air reading( this suggestion came from somewhere??? I forgot) And by doing this you might have to send a relocator for the IAT with the intake as like a package deal, this will cost more I know but mabey this will help overall, correct me if Im wr0ng( Im still new to this)
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Tim, you're right on the money with the IAT. I think the grandprixstore sells an extension, but for 2 wires, it'* pretty outrageous if I'm remembering correctly....
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Iím going to see if painless will help us out. Currently Tim has made an awesome system, but he and I have talked(e-mailed) and the pipe will need a few mods to work right. I have alot of work on my site to do but I am going to play some more this weekend with the intake.

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Keep us posted on all of the info for the series 1 intake.... If we were to buy these intakes, would you be able to supply an extention wire if needed?
I was thinking the same thing. It'* a mazing how great minds think alike! and ours too!
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I know with Hector'* angryduck CAI, we'll have a choice where we want the IAT located.
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Feelin the pressure, Ty? Next thing you know, we won't have a choice on the A-Pillar pods, either. It'll be passenger side only, or no pods at all!
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And it'll sound like this.... In the local news tonight, a man recked well actually totalled his Bonneville, he was apperently trying to read the gauge pod on the passenger side of the car. While doing so he lost controll of the car and ran into on comming traffic, and swirved across the road and into the large tree, which was there to help him stop..
Whats the point here, alwas have the pods on the drivers side... Thats the news the evening and good night... LOL
You forgot....."crashed into a white Chevy Astro and decapitated the beltway sniper"
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Well the pods are supposedly coming but remember so far its low Tek who has spent the money to create the units. I figure another 2-3 weeks at the rate they are working. Once the mock up is in ill take pictures and test it out. Well if I can make a series 1 cheaper then I will.... But Hector has the solution right now and the Timsmooth concept also works. Now for the box part I have a solution just have to make it. If I have enough interest for any product I will make it but so far the interest has been mostly "ideas" "wish they made" and then no follow through. Its not bad per say but mostly it leads to no one buying a product. That doesnít bother me but it is why the market does not sell to the Bonneville. Now if there were more people interested then we would have a chance. CLUBS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Once I have produced the equivalent of the GP store for the Bonneville then I will move on to filling my store with all the other product already provided for other vehicles. So if you want it made let me know and ill do it ASAP. Believe it or not this all started when I was looking for a better transaxle. Oh the koni struts are available now but they are not on the site yet. They are 200 apiece when you purchase 4. If you buy into the $260.00 drop springs they cost 190.00 each with a purchase of 4. Yes there are cores involved and either you can buy cores from me or you can send me yours. Anyway I have lots to do today so, later yall.

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Yes the ADTR intake does give the option of IAT sensor placement since we make them individually by hand. ADTR has decided to pre-produce the intakes so no group buy is necessary so whenever you wish to purchase your intake, just go to the Angry Duck Tofu Racing website and buy it. Please allow 2 - 3 weeks for delivery since this is the first batch. I will be checking for fitment for for Series I engine quickly, hopefully have an answer by next week. The ADTR intake is flexible so I am pretty sure it is going to fit the way I designed it.

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