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post #19 of (permalink) Old 01-24-2014 Thread Starter
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I got my intake!

I got the intake in yesterday! I had a commitment that kept me from getting home until 9:40 at night. I still got the intake installed. It didn't take long. The hardest part was the cutting the old tube connectors for that tube that runs to the passenger valve cover. I loaded up my tunes. I didn't do anything special. I just loaded the new tune on top of the old tune.

It is -30 wind chill here, so I can't say for sure if this if from the intake or from the cold, but I was breaking the tires loose in 2nd gear where I haven't been doing that before. I can feel that the car has a little more pep to it, and I can't wait for warm weather and dry roads to really get some full throttle 0-60 pulls in.

Please forgive the dirty engine bay, its cold and I haven't washed the engine bay out since the fall.
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2008 Mustang GT Deluxe, Black, Manual Transmission, Black Cloth Interior
Show: Katzkin Leather Interior, Matte Black 10" Stripes, NXT Step Performance Axlebacks, Pypes M80 Mufflers (mid mounted), CDC Sequential Tail Lights, 14" Shorty Antenna, Ford OEM Plenum Cover, Ford Semigloss Black Painted Valve Covers, Leather Wrapped OEM Steering Wheel
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