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Old 07-08-2012, 08:00 PM   #11
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Old 07-09-2012, 11:49 AM   #12
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Lol, we basically did the same thing, awesome! My resonator hole is currently blocked too from when I was prepping for the Newmission mod and ran out of time.

So did you remove the whole plastic/rubber piece, or did you just cut it? I briefly looked in there, but didn't really have time to try and figure it out.

I cut the whole thing out.
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Did you check out my take on the NewMission mod. It is in the later pages of the thread I linked you to.

Together they work great.
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Yeah, I'm doing pretty much the same thing. The only real differences is that I am going to fab a fiberglass inlet that will fit up to the opening in the lower grill and that I have different hose to run into the box. Did you seal the hose at the box?
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This is great information, thanks for sharing.
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Yeah, I'm doing pretty much the same thing. The only real differences is that I am going to fab a fiberglass inlet that will fit up to the opening in the lower grill and that I have different hose to run into the box. Did you seal the hose at the box?
Maybe you could make 2 inlets?

I'm not running either blocking plate at the moment. Thinking of putting a couple of Supertones in the passenger side...
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Yep.
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Did you check out my take on the NewMission mod. It is in the later pages of the thread I linked you to.

Together they work great.
I may do something similar to what you did. I like that a little more.
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Old 07-09-2012, 03:20 PM   #20
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This is great information, thanks for sharing.
No problem, thanks for noticing!

I will be running another couple of dyno runs upon the completion of the Newmission Mod during cooler weather as I want to see what increases there will be from my current setup. I'm pretty confident that the total will be equal to that of the named CAI's, with the additional benefit of a marginal pressurization of the box at speed. I'm just currently stuck at the amount of air that my stock box has access to. Given temperature fluctuation, I will fabricate a block plate that will be able to close off whatever size hole I end up with at the box side of the mod. This should allow for a couple of runs without the larger hose connected as that days baseline, and also give a minor cool down while removing the plate and connecting the hose. Then, we should have actual numbers of the gain seen by the mod.

Idk, probably over-thinking it. I just like collecting and analyzing data.
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