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Old 07-11-2012, 05:00 PM
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Sounds cool, do shot some pics when you can, I know the exhaust is taking your time now. I would love to get the cap to close like stock on the bottle, it looks kinda tacky right now, I'm just happy things work again and I don't have any error codes.
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Not the best pics. Getting dark and used the iPhone.


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Thanks for the pics Zac. How does the new cap fit? Is it slightly loose like the stock, or a little more snug?
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Thanks for the pics Zac. How does the new cap fit? Is it slightly loose like the stock, or a little more snug?
Fits like the OEM, slightly loose. It stayed on just fine so far, so I'm not worried about it.


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New washer reservoir

So after my initial washer tank that I custom fabbed failed due to heat breaking the plastic welds, I finally got together with my custom fab guy and got an aluminum tank made up that will work with the factory washer pump, I will get pics up once I get home. Still have to get it anodized to match the red on the catch can but it looks really nice from the pics I have seen!
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So after my initial washer tank that I custom fabbed failed due to heat breaking the plastic welds, I finally got together with my custom fab guy and got an aluminum tank made up that will work with the factory washer pump, I will get pics up once I get home. Still have to get it anodized to match the red on the catch can but it looks really nice from the pics I have seen!
In for pics. I've been needing to find a local shop to do something similar but haven't had the time lately.


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Yeah I finally got some time, definetly looks much better than the plastic crap we were stuck with before!
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I tried to contact someone in Bwoody about a possible fix in the near future as to where we can get the same performance from both CAI and washer fluid tank, have not heard anything yet, anyone hear anything?
Hey guys, I assume no change to the setup from Bwoody in the last couple of months? Still amazed no other mod-free, bolt-in ram-air options around..

Also, with this mod, do you need any of the Bwoody harness that comes with their ($65) bottle? (Apologies if missed it in the thread) Finally, I assume the ($33) Drycharger is worthwhile to assist with any water splashes down there, or does it compromise performance?

Cheers heaps for this and looking forward to seeing your fabbed one Steve!
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Hey guys, I assume no change to the setup from Bwoody in the last couple of months? Still amazed no other mod-free, bolt-in ram-air options around..

Also, with this mod, do you need any of the Bwoody harness that comes with their ($65) bottle? (Apologies if missed it in the thread) Finally, I assume the ($33) Drycharger is worthwhile to assist with any water splashes down there, or does it compromise performance?

Cheers heaps for this and looking forward to seeing your fabbed one Steve!
No change in the bwoody from what I have seen.

I have seen they changed some of the options when you go to order the CAI. One of which you pointed out, the washer option for $65. If you want to do something like I did then you can order the CAI without the washer kit from bwoody. BUT, you would need to cut the factory connectors off the harness and add some wire to lengthen them. Not a big deal IMO.

Yes, the Dry Charger is a must IMO. The dry charger doesn't really impede performance at all. It adds another layer of protection to keep the water from getting past the filter. The dry charger won't help if you completely submerge the filter in water. It just helps keep the filter dry.
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Still amazed no other mod-free, bolt-in ram-air options around..
Edit that... After a quick google, just realised there is another one by a turbo crew, including a washer bottle change. Assume not discussed as they not living life in the fastlane as a supporting vendor... (Best for discussion elsewhere I realise, was just acknowledging my mistake )
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