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Old 05-31-2012, 10:37 AM
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Outstanding, I have had this truck for a while now, I'm getting real antsy to just start putting stuff into it but i learned to have a little patience because of my 300. If I buy a system, everything should be perfect, from start to finish.
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Outstanding, I have had this truck for a while now, I'm getting real antsy to just start putting stuff into it but i learned to have a little patience because of my 300. If I buy a system, everything should be perfect, from start to finish.
I understand. I was one of the first to order the bwoody and the first to install. It does have its short comings with the washer tank. But with this fix or similar it's the best of both worlds. For what's on the market the bwoody grabs the coldest air no doubt. It made great gains on the WK1 as well. I ran a Volant before on my WK1, but they are no where close to market last time I spoke with them.


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I ran a K&N on my 07 300 6.1L and it was great with my Corsa system. I emailed K&N a few times and they have not mentioned any updates to where they are going. I would rather go intake rather than induction anyway. I feel performance would be better with the cooler air vesus the induction with heat shield. There is still the matter of the ambient temperature affecting the heat shield.
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Here's some pics standing a few feet back. See the tanks nice and hidden from view. Much cleaner looking.



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Can't complain. It looks professional from afar. But what kind of coverage are you getting from the w/s? If yoyou don't mind me asking?
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Can't complain. It looks professional from afar. But what kind of coverage are you getting from the w/s? If yoyou don't mind me asking?
It's the factory pump, so it works like factory. It covers the w/s without issue stopped or highway speeds.


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So if you are utilizing the factory pump, exactly what was the issue with the supplied equipment from Bwoody?
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So if you are utilizing the factory pump, exactly what was the issue with the supplied equipment from Bwoody?
The bwoody supplied pump doesn't have enough pressure to spray the w/s well at speeds, and only has one line hookup. The factory pump uses two lines for separate front and rear.

The bwoody setup works, just not great.


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I guess I did misread the postings. I thought it was the supplied bottle from bwoody that was bad. I didn't think they minimized the pump. In that case good show.
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I guess I did misread the postings. I thought it was the supplied bottle from bwoody that was bad. I didn't think they minimized the pump. In that case good show.
The first pic is the removed factory tank and pump. The second shows the bwoody tank and pump. The low
Fluid sensor is transfer from the factory tank to the bwoody tank.


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