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Old 01-01-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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Thought I would start the New Year off right by installing my Anderson powerpipe. This thing makes a huge difference in the car. Just with a quick run around the block I could tell it has more power.

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Nice I picked one up for my setup awhile ago but never installed it yet, supposed to pick up a pound of boost from it. I got mine used and I need a template to cut out the sheetmetal on in inner fender.
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:34 PM   #3
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Redline water wetter , ford gold antifreeze, worked wonders in my blower's coolant system as far as keeping the blower cool.

I have a lightning setup.

I like that pipe, do not forget a dynotune, a simple upgrade to a fender intake and filter without a tune cost me a wrist pin ;( 9 months later.
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:54 PM   #4
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Nice I picked one up for my setup awhile ago but never installed it yet, supposed to pick up a pound of boost from it. I got mine used and I need a template to cut out the sheetmetal on in inner fender.
Gte that thing on!!!

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I like that pipe, do not forget a dynotune, a simple upgrade to a fender intake and filter without a tune cost me a wrist pin ;( 9 months later.
I was wodering about that. I have an appointment the first part of Feb for some other stuff so I will have my tuner check it out.
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scooter is your power pipe a 4" pipe? Did you get a new meter? I have one as well and picked up 1 psi or so with my setup Get yourself a new tune.
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Old 01-01-2012, 07:01 PM   #6
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I was planning on getting one as well but dont we need to retune?
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Old 01-01-2012, 08:14 PM   #7
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Yes it is a 4" tube. I talked to my tuner and he said there is no need for a re-tune since the air will not affect my blow thru set up which is set up right before my TB. He rights his tunes to use the whole MAF scale so if boost is increased it does peg the MAF.
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Bad azz scoot.. Post a vid my man!!
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scooter is your power pipe a 4" pipe? Did you get a new meter? I have one as well and picked up 1 psi or so with my setup Get yourself a new tune.
Good deal enjoy that thing and keep up th good work. You may even consider blower cams next
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Good deal enjoy that thing and keep up th good work. You may even consider blower cams next
Actually I think this is the year of the build. Might pick me up a little Honda....I know, I know, just to get around and start building the Stang. Having way too much fun with this car.

Hey Soldier I will try to get a vid up soon.
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