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Old 19-09-2009, 03:33 PM   #28
Astinadroxycuts
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see funny thing is it wont make a difference
because the air box before would bring in the same cold air
reason ur wasting ur time is
the pipe that comes from the throttle body that goes 2 the airflow meter which goes 2 the pod the pipe that comes from throttle body is restricting the flow

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