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post #9076 of 16086 (permalink) Old 01-01-2013, 09:17 PM
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Only downside is I don't think they wanna offer a dp for it at the time

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Had to put my other intercooler back on after the CTI wouldn't fit...
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Only downside is I don't think they wanna offer a dp for it at the time

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Yeah. So what though, they're making an O2 housing to go with it right? No big deal. At least you won't have to modify your exhaust then.

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Had to put my other intercooler back on after the CTI wouldn't fit...
It wouldn't fit? Wth

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Finally got around to upgrading the battery cables and alt cable...Just need to clean up the engine bay now

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They said they wasn't sure yet cause of all the different turbo options

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Finally got around to upgrading the battery cables and alt cable...Just need to clean up the engine bay now

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Ya think that wire under the cowl/firewall will be alright being close to the turbo?

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That looks god awful.
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That looks god awful.
Ha tell me about it. I clean and clean but with the seibon vented hood kinda hard to keep it clean

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Ya think that wire under the cowl/firewall will be alright being close to the turbo?
Yea its alright I have a seibon vented hood so It helps with the heat

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Im talking about all your wiring not the engine being dirty.
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Im talking about all your wiring not the engine being dirty.
Ahh ok. Yea kind of hard to hide that big wire.True 0 gauge is pretty big didnt realize how big it was gonna be when I ordered it.

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Lol...

I think what they're trying to say is that your engine bay is going to catch on fire bro. Your turbo is going to eat that wire alive. I too have a seibon carbon hood, and my front windshield plastic shits at the bottom are completely melted together. You need to get some heat wrap for those if you're going to keep them there. DEI. Or really just re-route them. What I had to do was zipped mine around the right side of the fuse box and down around the front of the radiator, on top, right under where a shroud might go, and around the left side and back to the alt. It's not that much more cable and u can tuck it so u don't see it.

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I was thinking of making a whole where the wipers are at and have it run through there..reason I have it routed like that is I have the breaker mounted on the firewall where the coolant tank used to be

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Keep a fire extinguisher in your car..

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