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03-05-2013 08:39 PM
AllCarFan Neither of these plugs are for that. I know what plug went to that. These two plugs are zip tied to the map sensor wiring
03-05-2013 08:32 PM
felixthecat
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Wont run. Throwin a map sensor code....but to get to the map with the cosworth im involves possi ly removing the intake. I have two pig tails that are hanging....not sure if they disconnected or if those sensors were eliminated when i installed the im. Its been too cold to get under there. Right now i dont know what the plugs are for.
One of those connecters are for the imrc, which you don't have w/ that awesome manifold.
03-05-2013 07:53 PM
AllCarFan Wont run. Throwin a map sensor code....but to get to the map with the cosworth im involves possi ly removing the intake. I have two pig tails that are hanging....not sure if they disconnected or if those sensors were eliminated when i installed the im. Its been too cold to get under there. Right now i dont know what the plugs are for.
03-05-2013 07:41 PM
felixthecat
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I did not. Right now, im just trying to get the car runninv again.
Oh wow, Whats wrong w/ it?
03-05-2013 07:32 PM
AllCarFan I did not. Right now, im just trying to get the car runninv again.
03-05-2013 07:29 PM
felixthecat
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I am going to get the invader hood, with royal blue carbon fiber....keep the car covered in the driveway or park it in the garage to help extend the life of the fiber. SHould it start to turn yellow/brown, I will just get it painted.

I just cant bring myself to buy the hood i referenced on Ebay. Those are a LOT of fins/vents for water.
Did you ever get your invader hood? Hows it look & holding up?
09-03-2012 12:35 PM
VEGAS they are covered, there is a baffle that is solid, no water gets in.. Unless you remove the baffle. I love the hood, However I strongly suggest a new clear coat with UV protection before you mount it..
09-03-2012 12:32 PM
AllCarFan Carbon fiber vinyl wrap? HELL NO! ha!

I am going to get the invader hood, with royal blue carbon fiber....keep the car covered in the driveway or park it in the garage to help extend the life of the fiber. SHould it start to turn yellow/brown, I will just get it painted.

I just cant bring myself to buy the hood i referenced on Ebay. Those are a LOT of fins/vents for water.
09-03-2012 05:07 AM
VEGAS no need for hood pins with these hoods... I have had mine at 130+mph and no slop, they are very stiff and are reinforced. they latch.. its not a singer layer of cf like a race hood. Its Ribbed.

Also, no water issues with mine... 3+ years..
09-03-2012 01:34 AM
felixthecat You could do the faux carbon fiber wrap & then you wouldn't have to deal w/ hood pins or water issues. Use 3M's 1080 wrap.
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