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Old 11-19-2008, 12:27 PM
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I just was out side and installed this new intake kit, it was like 20 degrees out and i was freezing my asss off, my question is, does it matter if i install the turbo tube piece as well? it looked like allot of extra work and i matched them up and the aftermarket to stock pieces looked identical so i was lazy and said F it. And also the map sensor is right on the oil dipstick tube, i didn't think that was right but it was the best it could be.

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if i had ice forming off my *ss it would be all good with stock tube.drive her,heater on of course
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is it alot louder?
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Old 11-19-2008, 02:33 PM
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first off big thumbs up for willing to mod with it being that cold outside lol.... i wouldnt of been able to wait either.... youll be fine with it off...
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20 degrees I thought you said it was cold. Get out there and finish the job


honestly it wont hurt a thing. I work in that kinda weather every day. Usually dont start complaining till it hits 0
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yep 20's really not that bad
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20 degrees I thought you said it was cold. Get out there and finish the job


honestly it wont hurt a thing. I work in that kinda weather every day. Usually dont start complaining till it hits 0
F THAT!!!! im a tall skinny b*stard so i get cold very quick. i was going to wait but i said F it.

loudness, i havent noticed a thing, i have not drove it yet either, i just blew some soot in my drive way
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rob i parked my truck and when the warm weather comes ill work on it. too cold and too lazy LOL
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the map sensor is right on the oil dipstick tube, i didn't think that was right but it was the best it could be.

Thanks Rob.
Good job getting it done, Rob. That's too cold for me! I love my 80's thank you very much!!! (I think it was 83* here yesterday!) At any rate, the map is very close to the oil dipstick, but you shouldn't have any problems. With my S&B setup, I can hear more turbo whistle. It isn't annoyingly loud, just a touch more and a touch more responsive as well!
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20 degrees I thought you said it was cold. Get out there and finish the job


honestly it wont hurt a thing. I work in that kinda weather every day. Usually dont start complaining till it hits 0
I agree with you about it being cold its not cold until it gets into the -'s
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