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Discussion in '1994 - 1995 Specific Tech' started by ZarnAutomotive, Oct 18, 2003.
nice, thanks, id like to do that eventually
or you can get that door edge protector and just slip that over the sheet metal
wait... did you guys cut/hack part of your fenders off??
if that was the case no wonder why i was having problems getting mine to fit, for the pipe to go straight across i would ahve needed to hack the fender a little or... maybe i'm still missing something.....
Throw a blanket over the motor/fenders and use an airgun with a cut-off wheel..it make a mess for sure, but will eat a hole in no time...watch out for wires behind the fender...if you have an a/market MAF you need a mondo hole to stuff the filter in all the way...
check the pic...i have a big MAF, so i opened it a good 3-4" on the width...you need a good size hole for the straightest shot...
i was gonna use the edge protector, but mine looked like ass with such a big hole...it needed something to cover it...i did look at some Alum...but the mudflap is 1/8" thick and cuts/ trims slick....Armorall it up and she's good to go...
EDIT...i was running 8" AFM Powerstack filter (pic) ...that had to go...had to use the PRO-M as it was 6"...needed all the depth i could get..
I paid 57.00 for the AFM filter.... Now its sitting on a shelf....
I have an 88, speed density, can I make a similar setup for my car??
oink...your engine bay is f'in sweeeet!
what is this and where can I get one ?? "breather filter"
See the thing that replaced my oil cap?
You can get them at www.uprproducts.com
what did you do with the breather line ?
will i be able to use the K&N FIPK which i have for the 94-95 mustangs,,im gonna run the pipe into the fender well just like this guy here did,,,and im just wondering if there is enough room for the filter that comes withe the K&N kit