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2012-07-26 07:22:23
I used a 6AL and a street fire ignition box with stock coils in the past, never had a problem, the stock coil still worked fine even after I removed the box too.
2012-07-27 04:42:41
Nothin special, but needed it to go blow through..

2012-07-30 01:57:12
i'm next once i get this daughter board soldered on and either figure out this burner...buy another....or buy some chips with a tune on them....we'll see how it goes
2012-07-30 02:52:46
Blow Through, Check!
First thing I did was chop the cold side pipe that goes from the FMIC up into the bay, then put my bov in its place.

I used the 90 coupler to connect to the top of the bov pipe then ran the piece I cut off to the maf.

It maybe hard to tell, but I trimmed 1-2" off the pipe that's between the maf and tb, just to take a little angle out and eliminate one of the ports I didn't need and had plugged.

This is where the bov ended up

I'm holding the plastic back so you can see it, it's not always like that

I used a straight pipe an drilled a hole in it and put a barbed fitting in and sealed it with rtv for the valve cover breather, my pipings always so clean I doubt my maf will get dirty, if it does I got more an will change it.

Where the filter ended up, I used T-bolt clamps where I could and a zip tie around the pipe an lower rad hose so hopefully it don't fall off while my driving or whatever.

Finished product.

I used rtv to hopefully seal the maf adapter, we'll see how that goes, everything fits pretty well and it really cleans up the bay an gets the filter into some cooler air. I haven't had a chance to drive the car yet, figured I'd let the rtv dry before I did, but it starts up perfectly fine, just like before, an the afr's still dead on so we'll see how it does later or tomorrow.

Also the maf sensor is approx 12" from the tb plate, the pipe after the maf isn't perfectly straight but not to bent, and pre maf sensor its straight for roughly 14 or so inchs, so hopefully this is ok. I'll report back with my findings.
2012-07-30 02:54:58
I'd redo that intake pipe since you live in a place with lots of rain. Don't want to suck water up into the motor with that pump u have hanging off the motor.
2012-07-30 03:00:07
it doesn't hang as low as it looks, i think the angle is tricky in the pic.. the plan is to put stock shrouding back on under that part, maybe the other side too if it'll still fit, atleast during the rainy season.. now that im blow through i can do whatever i want with the intake pipe, i could very easily just change it an put the filter back where it was in the rainy season, but for now its sunny and hot as hell an i plan on dynoing an hitting the track soon.
2012-07-30 03:13:29
Here are some measurement pics, not bad for eyeballing the location eh?

2012-07-30 03:24:10
My CAI hangs down not quite that low and I'm still paranoid about sucking up water, I have one of these:

K&N Air Filter Wraps

If you are gonna keep your filter there I would DEFINITELY get one of these, my buddy has one on his jeep and we've had that thing completely submerged and he never had a problem
2012-07-30 03:35:37
not too bad on price either, K&N RF-1041DL - K&N DryCharger Air Filter Wraps - Overview - SummitRacing.com good lookin out man!
2012-07-30 04:05:12
Nice work, did you need a retune with the AFR's?
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