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Old 09-03-2011, 08:26 PM   #15
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will the scoop and your relocation bottle work with the stock intake until i can get a aftermarker intake?
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Old 09-03-2011, 08:41 PM   #16
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will the scoop and your relocation bottle work with the stock intake until i can get a aftermarker intake?
The scoop is only beneficial to an aftermarket intake system with an open bottom like the CAI Inc or Roto-Fab. The stock intake is completely inclosed and relies on a small "snorkel" to feed in air.
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Old 09-04-2011, 06:42 AM   #17
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I figured out a little trick to help with the scoop bolt the goes throught the horn mount. I could get it finger tight, but I could not get a socket or wrench on it. I used two nuts and locked them together and then used that to tighten the bolt. After that, I removed them and just tightened up another nut on the inside to be sure it stayed secure. Sorry, no pics. I was on a mission to get it done. It's tight in there, but I got it done. Thanks for the quick shipping and quality parts Chase! This setup it too cool!
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Old 09-04-2011, 02:38 PM   #18
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I figured out a little trick to help with the scoop bolt the goes throught the horn mount. I could get it finger tight, but I could not get a socket or wrench on it. I used two nuts and locked them together and then used that to tighten the bolt. After that, I removed them and just tightened up another nut on the inside to be sure it stayed secure. Sorry, no pics. I was on a mission to get it done. It's tight in there, but I got it done. Thanks for the quick shipping and quality parts Chase! This setup it too cool!
Great tip. It is pretty tight in there. We appreciate your business and the feed back.
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Old 09-10-2011, 08:54 PM   #19
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Thank you for your weekend orders Camaro5. They will ship Monday.
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Old 09-11-2011, 07:34 AM   #20
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I clicked on the links but they are all for a v8. How much for a V6, ceramic coated, with air scoop and bottle relocation kit?
The pricing will be identical to what is listed above. Here is a link to the V6 CAI and the black V6 CAI. Here is another link to the scoop and washer tank relocation kit.
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Old 09-11-2011, 08:04 AM   #21
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Old 09-11-2011, 08:44 PM   #22
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Old 09-13-2011, 06:01 PM   #23
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Ordered it Sunday, got it Tuesday, now just gotta wait for my car to get home from the body shop. I never had a filter like that before; I read the cleaning instructions but is there a video on how to clean it and re-oil anywhere? The instructions said what kind of oil to use and said not to use too much, how much is too much? What kind of brush do you clean the inside with? I just don't understand the instructions.

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Old 09-13-2011, 08:48 PM   #24
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Ordered it Sunday, got it Tuesday, not just gotta wait for my car to get home from the body shop. I never had a filter like that before; I read the cleaning instructions but is there a video on how to clean it and re-oil anywhere? The instructions said what kind of oil to use and said not to use too much, how much is too much? What kind of brush do you clean the inside with? I just don't understand the instructions.
CAI intake systems use S&B air filters. Here is a link to their FAQ page. It has the answers to your questions as well as links to those products.
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Old 09-15-2011, 06:13 AM   #25
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CAI intake systems use S&B air filters. Here is a link to their FAQ page. It has the answers to your questions as well as links to those products.
what part Number is the filter that you use? So I don't have to figure out by making all those measurements. Wheres my dang tape measure?
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Old 09-15-2011, 10:02 PM   #26
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what part Number is the filter that you use? So I don't have to figure out by making all those measurements. Wheres my dang tape measure?
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I am not sure which part number they use. Give CAI Inc a call tomorrow at (810) 531-0121 and they should be able tell you.
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I figured out a little trick to help with the scoop bolt the goes throught the horn mount. I could get it finger tight, but I could not get a socket or wrench on it. I used two nuts and locked them together and then used that to tighten the bolt. After that, I removed them and just tightened up another nut on the inside to be sure it stayed secure. Sorry, no pics. I was on a mission to get it done. It's tight in there, but I got it done. Thanks for the quick shipping and quality parts Chase! This setup it too cool!
Im wondering if the design changed, I was a little worried about this part but had no issues at all. Did you put the bolt through after putting the scoop in place? I put the bolt in, tighted it, then put the scoop in place as per instructions. There was plenty of room for a ratchet and socket?

Also some have mentioned placing the water bottle as far right as possible so it dont hit your drl's, the new scoop I got from apex was predrilled so that is no longer an issue.
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Im wondering if the design changed, I was a little worried about this part but had no issues at all. Did you put the bolt through after putting the scoop in place? I put the bolt in, tighted it, then put the scoop in place as per instructions. There was plenty of room for a ratchet and socket?

Also some have mentioned placing the water bottle as far right as possible so it dont hit your drl's, the new scoop I got from apex was predrilled so that is no longer an issue.
It appears that there was. Paul and Nathan encountered both configurations while the kit was being developed. One is super easy with plenty of room to install and the other requires a little more effort.
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