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Old 06-04-2013, 09:45 PM   #15
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sorry for another post but whos got best prices on roto fab?
Beware, You can not just add any Cold air kit to a supercharger without specific tuning, Engine Damage will Result.

We recommend the Rotofab for the Edelbrock and I can Provide a Custom tune Via your Edelbrock Tuner to make it run Properly.

Did Epsteins Car Today 540 RWHP 544 RWTQ with other supporting mods.

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Old 06-05-2013, 04:00 PM   #16
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nickey i dont see your heater core lines. just reinstalled mine after cam swap and the damn things rub on the fuel line and the rearmost sparkplug wire. i just cant get them to move and stay put. what the hell am i doing wrong? lol
The lines are there, just difficult to see in that pic. Here is NicKey Stage II S #046 E-Force.
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