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Old 08-22-2010, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default After Day 1, V-1 Install

Here are some pics for you guys. Had a little trouble with the belt and getting the tension off it, but will work on that again tomorrow. Got the bracket and head unit on, with it pointing me towards an intercooler.

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Awesome comment, can I steal for my sig, haha.
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see the screws holding the snail on, you unloosen them and rotate it in the direction you need if your not going intercooler
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^wish i had known this before getting that bolted on, haha.
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you can still do it on there, i did mine that way,just makes it harder because theres not much room to get an allen key in there, but still an easy task.
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u tap the pan yet?
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started too - then took a break, and didnt go back to that part. haha. should be done tomorrow or tuesday though...
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started too - then took a break, and didnt go back to that part. haha. should be done tomorrow or tuesday though...
started too? haha you get cold feet or somethin? ;-)

Just make sure its right. What method are you using to tap your pan? Are you using a punch? drill? what about taking care of metal shavings?
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