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Old 01-23-2008, 05:28 PM
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Thumbs up Tymar Intalled, Very nice.

I just got done installing the tymar mod. man does that turbo make some noise. i am sure it really helped my truck tho. It took me a little longer than most, but i replaced the stock tube from the CCV to the filter with a piece of 4 inch exhaust tubing. the stock tube has ribs on the inside, the new tube doesn't .should help it a little more.

And i know this is a rookie mistake but even the best ( not me ) make mistakes. haha. I forgot to take the paper towels out of the turbo. started it up and it ran horrible. lucky it didnt suck them through. I feel like a dumba$$, but i knew you guys would get a good laugh.

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Old 01-23-2008, 05:30 PM
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looks good


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Old 01-23-2008, 05:31 PM
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thank you.
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Nice job!! You'll love it.
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Nice job!! You'll love it.
thank you.
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Strokerboy, where did you find the 4" 45* rubber peices that are next to your filter?
It does look good man! clean install too. I wanna change mine up to look like that now!
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clean install very nice
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clean install very nice
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looks good buddy, what did you use to connect the filter to the pipe and the pipe to the turbo pipe.
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Strokerboy, where did you find the 4" 45* rubber peices that are next to your filter?
It does look good man! clean install too. I wanna change mine up to look like that now!
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looks good buddy, what did you use to connect the filter to the pipe and the pipe to the turbo pipe.
Thanks guys. The 4" 45* piece is part of the stock intake tube. i just cut it down to size. i didnt use a 4inch piece of pipe to connect the two, i just struggled and finally got it to fit over the filter. And i used a 4 inch peice of exhaust to connect the filter to the pipe and the pipe to the turbo pipe.
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