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Today 03:51 PM
Delvecchio5577 I did it with my 2015 se no problem I didn't need to take the front bumper off at all its easer with 2 people
02-07-2016 12:24 PM
ChalupaJones Your best benefit is going to come from a combination of an intake and the snorkel delete. I'd also recommend away from the roush intake. There are better out there for how much you'd have to pay for it.
02-07-2016 12:18 PM
2015silverHatchSE Just had my cousin out there with me we're both in agreement that the front bumper cover is gonna have to come off. Every time we pull up on the shroud, the front bumper makes it super rigid to flex. Maybe I'll just try to find a Roush box so I can get some noise, LOL.
02-07-2016 11:38 AM
ChalupaJones It's been done, if you read back a few pages and search around a little bit you'll find it. From what I've seen and heard it's about the same, other than the amount of work necessary. There should be pics on this thread of which clips need to come out. You'd probably have a better time if you can get a second set of hands to help. Just make sure you take your time and don't rush.
02-07-2016 11:36 AM
2015silverHatchSE I really wanna do this, but the 2015 seems to have the shroud piece completely attached to the front bumper. Has anyone done this to the refreshed front end? Any pointers? Thanks in advance!
02-07-2016 12:10 AM
Marbs DO NOT FORCE THEM, you will regret it. They are VERY easy to remove, if removed correctly.
02-06-2016 02:46 PM
ChalupaJones There's a little notch in each one that you can slip a thin flathead screw driver or even a butter knife into and raise up the center portion of the clip. Once you do that you can pull out the whole thing.
02-06-2016 02:45 PM
benzondubs Inner (top cap) needs flipped out first to release the catch so that the whole thing (2 pieces) can come out. The clip Jacks open when it's in the in position
02-06-2016 02:35 PM
Scrubs Trying to do this right now but the 4 clips from the beggining are hard to pull out, am I supposed to force them out (which might break them)..
02-06-2016 02:00 PM
Marbs Just finished doing this and the removal of the snorkel was a LOT easier than I thought it would be. Now finding the screw driver that flung out of my hand and fell to the bottom of the engine bay wasn't so easy .

Just sent the new data log to Tom to get the final tune sent and loaded.

Now I have more clips to add to my clip collection drawer of my tool box, and gotta figure out if the snorkel is garage art, or just garbage.
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