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Old 01-28-2011, 08:08 AM   #15

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I would think that just removing the bottle and cutting out the section right behind the grill would definately be better than nothing. I even thought about doing that just to try it out but then decided WTH.....the scoop made a difference with the CAI it has to only help out. After adding the scoop I'm definately glad I did. It's a nice piece and has to help directing the air up.

The washer bottle is blocking to much air for those CAIs that pick-up air from the fender well area.

I'm sure the Roto-Fab would perform alot better as well with at least the bottle gone and the whole cut.

I need to lookin into getting some software for my laptop so I can at least learn to look at the A/F ratio things like that.
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