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Old 07-03-2014, 01:34 PM   #1
Shute47
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I'm about to purchase a Steeda sts and I've heard my boot won't stay up after its installed I was wondering if anyone has had this issue and figured out how to solve it. Thanks for any input. Also I'm getting a cold air intake I'm thinking short ram is my best bet because it's my DD but was wondering about a full system I live in michigan so water and snow are a big concern for me.


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