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Old 01-15-2012, 01:48 PM   #11
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Lots more if you want it, and you will.

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Old 01-16-2012, 07:52 AM   #12
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Update...I am taking my time and doing it right. So far I am just over half way there. The installation manual is excellent and Roush has every detail perfect so far. I am actually enjoying the install. I had to take a break to watch the Giants game and now I am working all week, so I should have it done this coming weekend...pics to follow. Thanks for the support.
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Old 01-16-2012, 11:38 AM   #13
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Good job, take your time. My buddies and I really enjoyed doing the install. Now the longtubes install......not as much. Lol
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Old 02-01-2012, 04:12 PM   #14
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Finally done!!! Just need time to test drive it...I will let you know this weekend
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Finally done!!! Just need time to test drive it...I will let you know this weekend
Did you vacuum fill the coolant, did you remember to turn ON the heater?

The instructions call out Electrical Tape, but it gets sticky and comes loose when hot, so instead I opted for the real thing:
Wrap Tape, Wire Harness, 3/4 inch, non-adhesive, tape used to wrap wiring harnesses - P/N 913-1
Wrap Tape, Wire Harness, 1 1/4 inch, non-adhesive, tape used to wrap wiring harnesses - P/N 913-2
Black Tape, Black Cloth, 3/4 inch wide x 100ft long, used to terminate non-adhesive wiring tape P/N913-4
Wire Loom Flexible Cover, 1/4 inch ID, split flex tube to hide the wires - C8965C-2

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Old 02-01-2012, 06:25 PM   #16
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Did you vacuum fill the coolant, did you remember to turn ON the heater?

The instructions call out Electrical Tape, but it gets sticky and comes loose when hot, so instead I opted for the real thing:
Wrap Tape, Wire Harness, 3/4 inch, non-adhesive, tape used to wrap wiring harnesses - P/N 913-1
Wrap Tape, Wire Harness, 1 1/4 inch, non-adhesive, tape used to wrap wiring harnesses - P/N 913-2
Black Tape, Black Cloth, 3/4 inch wide x 100ft long, used to terminate non-adhesive wiring tape P/N913-4
Wire Loom Flexible Cover, 1/4 inch ID, split flex tube to hide the wires - C8965C-2

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Good info.
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Old 02-03-2012, 06:44 AM   #17
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Cant wait to hear your update! It totally turned my car up to 11
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If only one had 6 grand to spend to get it, and get it installed... I can fix minor stuff, but when the engine comes into play I can't touch it.

I love the sound, the power is always going to be in the safe zone... It would be the perfect upgrade for my 05!
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If only one had 6 grand to spend to get it, and get it installed... I can fix minor stuff, but when the engine comes into play I can't touch it.

I love the sound, the power is always going to be in the safe zone... It would be the perfect upgrade for my 05!
I'm no mechanic but I got buddies whom knew more than me and we got it done. It's not that difficult of an install.
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Congrats & post some pics!!!! Welcome to the M90 club!!!!!!!!!!
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