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Old 01-20-2010, 08:49 AM   #1
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Talking Installed Nisei Inlet Pipe w/AEM CAI and UR LICP w/stock BOV, xMR Catch Can

Decided to complete my setup before I take the AMI CUSTOMS GSR down to Cobb to see what kind of number we can get. We put a Nisei Matte Black Inlet Pipe in to aid to our overall engine bay look. After a little fab work we were able to make it work with the UR LICP and stock BOV. We ended up having to use the 90 degree section of hose out of the stock BOV return hose in order to make everything work. Decided on keeping the raw aluminum look with the catch can and mounted it on the firewall. We had to cut about a 1.5 inch section out of the AEM MAF Pipe but the pipe is aluminum so it was pretty easy. Enjoy!!!











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