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Been a busy boy.

Discussion in 'General Banter' started by t-tony, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. t-tony

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    001.jpg 002.jpg 003.jpg 006.jpg 007.jpg 008.jpg 009.jpg 011.jpg Well I've managed to get some things done over this last weekend. Strut brace fitted (long story), original BMW cup holder fitted in readiness for armrest ordered from Southern boy (posted yesterday). Air flow meter measured and induction filter ordered, drivers seat belt guide repaired (in a way I've not seen used anywhere else) While I had the centre console partly out had the hoover in there plus under and behind seats.
     

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    Sports air filter kit arrived in post today. One for the weekend.:)
     
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    Which filter did you go with Tony?

    I have been looking at the k&n..
     
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    Sounds interesting ,would be great to see some pics tony as I will be modding the induction somehow when I establish that the car is running at optimal everywhere else..

    Good luck and let us know how it affects the hp and throttle response..

    Cheers

    Joey
     
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    I'm afraid you'll have to wait for road test results mate, car is off the road till May. Pics no problem though.
     
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    Good enough sir..

    Rich posted some pics of his air box mod and it will all help when I go to do mine..as I'm not decided on an airbox removal and cone filter or some kind if "fogged set up"....

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    Hey Joe, the results of today's labours. I still need to build the cool air box, and have made some cardboard templates to get started. 011.jpg 012.jpg 013.jpg 014.jpg 015.jpg
     

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