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    03' 996tt
    03' E55
  1. I grounded my amp to the post with the bolt head at the very bottom of the trunk where the original bose amp was bolted to the floor. I rank a 4awg firewall grommet for the amp so that its theres is nothing "signal" related within within 4 inches. In term sof wire routing - After several tries I did the following: Ran RCA using a fish tape straight through the firewall grommet behind the battery. - its important that these wires do not drop down in the dash. - if you look closely in the drivers side near the center console by your gas pedal...you will see a shiny black cable that is
  2. I have probably only compiled 250 miles since EP install. It's winter up hear with lots of salt and crap on the roads, so I have elected not to drive it much. Overall, I am very pleased with the results so far. I have a high flow BMC air filter which I plan to install soon and this will only enhance the performance effect. I will be re-dynoing the car with the EP in March or April on the same dyno I used for the stock run. At that point I will be able to better quantify the performance gain. So far the car seems more immediate when reacting to throttle changes and I love the deeper sound the c
  3. Are there any updates to this work considering I would like to do it while I am installing a new exhaust system? Not sure if i am able to go after it through different steps when the exhaust system is removed? Thank you
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