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  1. 9500ix - great detector if you want a custom install go with the 9500ci
  2. well i was able to get my wires run through. Just an FYI - to access those large grommet son either side requires pulling a good majority of interior parts - side panels, pillars, etc. But once there its easy lol
  3. just be sure on the louver lengths to not interfere with the tire at sharp turn angles - measure how close your ties get at full lock to not make the louvers too long!
  4. I did this myself on an older VW turbo when the inter cooler was tucked in there. Just cut long slits with a dremel and give each an 1" cut up on the edge" looks likes this: |_______| Then use a heat gun to heat up the plastic to make it pliable - then push the louvers you made out and when it cools they will stay where you put them. Sorry I dont have pics and I sold the VW :)
  5. Thanks loren - this will help a lot. Looks like there are bog ones on either side of the engine bay. Hopefully they are accessible :)
  6. Doing some stereo stuff and need to run some wires from my engine compartment to the dash. I would prefer not to have to run then under the car and then up (although is there a place to come up into the car from under). I would prefer to come through the firewall (engine) if possible. I cant see much in there so I was hoping someone might know of a hidden unused grommet somewhere I can pass a couple wires through (preferably on the driver side - although at this point I would take either side :) ) Thanks!
  7. Just did this mod last night. Took about an hours start to finish, came out great and passed the 150MPH test :) One thing I did differently is I used the factory plastic body rivets (like the ones used to on the GT3 themselves and other areas on our cars like fender plastic, etc.) They were like $.15 each or so and secure it very well and looks factory installed when done. Thanks!
  8. LA is a good place to look for them on the west coast - more of a dime a dozen. I picked up an 02 C2 for 23.5K had 45K miles on it and was in perfect condition with all original records. That being said I could prob sell this car in the bay area for $33K as that's the commanding price around here...
  9. call K&N. Or measure you OD on the Gruppe M where the filter connects and your height and width and see which one from their list of cone filters will work. they list the spare filter on their site from K&N http://www.gruppem.c.../ram/index.html https://www.gruppem.co.jp/onlinestore_en/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_22&products_id=93
  10. Thanks! putting in Amsoil 5w40 and SVG 75w-90 in the tranny this weekend!
  11. anyone using Amsoil? I just picked up an 02 C2 and going to put in their 5w-40
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