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Old 09-01-2011, 10:52 AM   #26
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good job. how long did it take?


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Old 09-04-2011, 02:52 PM   #27
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I installed the ADM Race CAI and scoop on my Camaro. The Race CAI lid does not have a provision for the factory washer bottle. I relocated the washer pump down by the scoop. The washer bottle I used is from Roto-Fab. It mounts to the body and looks clean. Here are a few pictures.

And yes that is a Factory Strut Tower bar on a 2010. We are working on custom brackets right now.







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Old 10-08-2011, 02:07 PM   #28
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I just did my ADM Scoop this morning.

It was a simple process. It took a while though. I didn't have a metric wrench so I had to go to lowes to get my horn bolt off. Also, the washer and nut was painted over so it was stuck. I had to get my dremmel and cut the bolt off so I could use the provided bolt and washer/nut that came with the scoop.

It took me about 2.5 hours with the trip to lowes and extra cutting. I haven't connected my washerbottle yet. I have the Schwinn bottle, painted it, put the little nozzle fitting in, used some liquid nails, rubber gromets, and washers. It's setting, I just need some longer nuts and bolts and to decide where I will place it. The pos battery post is kind of hard to reach with a drill so I'm not sure I'll try there. I think I will go with the side of the heat shield from my K&N. I have never used my washers EVER. The tank weighs a ton, there's got to be a gallon of the stuff... O_O there's some weight saving for you.

I also duct taped up the little perforations in the scoop (overkill? probably).

Tips: make sure you have some metric ratchets for this one. When removing the washerbottle make sure you know what you're going to do to plug the stock washer motor, I undid the tube thinking it would need to be on to allow the fluid to flow. I was wrong. I had to plug it, then uses some of the tube I intend to use for the bottle to motor conection and kinked it and then put a rubberband over the kink. I still had a little puddle of fluid on my floor. Also, if you have compressed air, the little plastic shavings are everywhere and you could blow them out with that or just let the highway air do it.

next up is that heater hose relocation and the plenum insulation removal...
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Old 10-08-2011, 04:44 PM   #29
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BTW: one tip I don't think I mentioned before about adding the OEM washer cap to the top of the schwin bottle.....make sure to put the lid on the schwin cap nice and tight like you want. Then put the OEM lid on the top and mark the positioning. I usesd some electric tape cut in half to tape it to the lid. Then when I took off the lid it was pisitioned the way I liked. Then I used JB weld to adhere the lid to the top of the schwin bottle. Hope that makes sense.

The first time I put the lid on I didn't do that and the OEM lid was off center when I screwed the top onto the bottle.
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Old 10-10-2011, 11:08 AM   #30
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I don't know if I like the oem cap. When I tipped the stock washerbottle upside down lots of fluid leaked out so it wasnt a tight seal at all. I'm not sure if that's needed for the flow of the fluid through the motor (if it were sealed the motor has to work a little more to suck out the fluid without a relief in pressure due to the loss of liqued in the sealed tank creating a vaccuum). If that's the case then I will put on the OEM one. BUT if it can handle the sealed bike bottle, I'll keep it like that and not mess with cutting and jb welding. Although, that route does look a lot better.
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Old 10-10-2011, 02:40 PM   #31
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looks great! for those of you looking to make your own you can look at this thread also:
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=66275
there are a couple of different members who made theirs in that thread...



OP looks awesome! great idea with the bottle
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Old 11-16-2011, 07:16 PM   #32
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You can see this in the other threads but thought I would post it here as well. This is what you cut out to get the fresh air and also a pic from the front of the scoop that is right behind the grill.
Very Nice Indeed!
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Old 11-16-2011, 08:07 PM   #33
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Very Nice Indeed!
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Old 11-17-2011, 02:42 PM   #34
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Let me name drop

Chassis dynos are great tools, but lack the consistency of clean dry air, constant intake air temps, oil temps, water temps, and are plagued by onboard computer countermeasures that do not occur on the Engine dyno:

GM stock Camaro intake (blue) vs. Halltech Yellow Jacket (plastic) vs. Halltech Bumble Bee Carbon Fiber (green)



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Old 01-16-2012, 02:23 AM   #35
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Did you ever get a dyno done with the scoop in place?
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Did you ever get a dyno done with the scoop in place?
I'm a lazy POS. The scoop is still in it's box right next to my LT's.

Gotta break down and get me a relocation waterbottle so it can join my stash pile, lol.
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I'm a lazy POS. The scoop is still in it's box right next to my LT's.
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