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Is installing delete plates worth it, or not?...
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Emissions ? No. Gas mileage ? Yes.

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+1 - Emissions? No. MPG? Yes. Horsepower? Negligible...


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No that was plastic,,,03&04 are known to do that with the intake,,,
Ok... Good! Glad I'm going aluminum!


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I pulled the plug and ordered the C&L... I'd been on the mod wagon for too long. :yelpleased:
Jesus man, your fricken sick....You really need to stop buying crap..

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It does look good, I'm intrested to see how it holds up to boost.
It says tested up to 5bars of boost.. thats a shitload of boost..

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It says tested up to 5bars of boost.. thats a shitload of boost..
I'd like to someone running 5 bars

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I'd like to someone running 5 bars
Yea, my handy dandy Iphone app says that 5.0331bars = 73psi. So I don't think the manifold will come apart anytime soon.


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