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Old 08-09-2003, 11:37 AM   #1
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Default Finally got my super charger cover done!(Edit:Now with pics)

OMG! It R0x0r'* my B0x0rs. It came out better than I imagined.

It'* on the car, maybe if it lightens up outside i'll take some pics today! I used the Cast iron paint like Will used. My cover is a slightly different style I like it better. I also put gold pinstriping around my front grill piece on the hood. I'll take some pics of that too. But it'* raining and stuff out. I'll give it some time.
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I can't wait to see it!.
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It stopped acting like the Amazon out there so I got some pics in.





There'* many more at my Cardomain page, plus some other goodies and pictures of mods like my cooler.
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Atta boy Bass...nice looking mill there.

Need ADTR now...
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How do you cut the holes on the plastic cover? I like that.
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I tracked out what i wanted to a sharpie. Then i used a drill press to make holes on the corners. I used a small little copping saw for the big parts. Then i used different kinds of files down to sand paper sanding down the plastic.

I used RTV gasket maker i had left over when i changed the SC coupler to glue the grilling onto it. I used gutter grilling that was at Homedepot. It'* pretty easy to cut and bend. I used Hi-Temp Cast Iron color paint for the plastic.

And yes...i need a ADTR intake!
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Where can I find this ADTR intake? What does it stand for?
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ADTR = Angry Duck tofu Racing

The ADTR intake is probably the best choice for our cars. It is a dyno tested intake for the best performance. Head to the vendors forum and read up on it. There is a new thread going for it. If there is enough interest he will start producing them again. They are also pretty good of a price too.
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Looks good bass. Looks might familiar!
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What can i say....you have good taste!
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