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I have to say that.. the more you do to your car, the more you'll learn. While you may feel like you'll break something, theres not a whole lot to break while installing a CAI or axlebacks and if something goes wrong you can always return it to stock so long as you remember how it came apart.

Most performance parts will come with an installation guide or instructions inside the box. If not, they can be requested from the store you bought it from. I know that my TI intake came with full instructions (I believe they were even in color...) for installing the intake and flashing the computer with the tuner. Same with my Hurst shifter, which I installed myself with no previous knowledge of cars.

Sometimes ya just gotta be bold, unless of course you've got the buck to not be.
 
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