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post #31 of 80 (permalink) Old 05-31-2012, 11:09 PM Thread Starter
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I have quite the collection of tools in my arsenal, so I'm ready for most projects. I always go buy whatever tool I'll need for a project and then have it for the future. Anywho, good luck with the installs.


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Any chance you know where to get the OEM connectors? The shop that installed the new tank cut the OEM off and installed the Bwoody ones...


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Any chance you know where to get the OEM connectors? The shop that installed the new tank cut the OEM off and installed the Bwoody ones...
You would just need the OEM washer pump connector. Dealer sells it for around $80 which includes the wire leads off the plug.


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$80 for a connector?
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Yup. IIRC that's what it was when I was looking up parts at a dealer in Indiana.


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Yup. IIRC that's what it was when I was looking up parts at a dealer in Indiana.


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I'm seriously thinking of doing the Bwoody CAI because its definetly a true cold air system overall are you pleased with it and the washer bottle option?.Also is it possible that water can get in when its raining?

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I'm seriously thinking of doing the Bwoody CAI because its definetly a true cold air system overall are you pleased with it and the washer bottle option?.Also is it possible that water can get in when its raining?

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The bwoody is a great intake for the best performance IMO. Do a similar washer tank setup like I did to keep the factory washer pump and it's win win. Else the bwoody was tank is alright, just not great. I say do it king!


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The bwoody is a great intake for the best performance IMO. Do a similar washer tank setup like I did to keep the factory washer pump and it's win win. Else the bwoody was tank is alright, just not great. I say do it king!


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I'm on it that red 392 on the throttle body where did it come from is it a wider TB?
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I'm on it that red 392 on the throttle body where did it come from is it a wider TB?
That's a throttle body cover from Billet Tech.


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