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^yup
 

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And maybe a washer bottle relocation kit to go with the new CAI. Seems to be in the same crappy spot as the Camaro.
The L76 also had a crap location. When I installed my Roto-Fab the mounting bracket provided didn't line up properly. So now its just wedged in tight where it doesn't move hardly at all. I also sprayed the eye sore blue cap black so it would just blend in.

Appears to be a clone of the GXP LS3 set up. I opted to take my engine cover off full time when I felt how much heat it retained.
 

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Still no radiator cover like Holden models get...
 

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I've already developed a solution to that ugly intake tube:



But that was way back in 2009.
 

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Just like this....



I know the first thing I do when I get my Chevy SS is getting rid of that factory air intake, look how restrictive it looks.
For the SS, go with OTR CAI from VCM. It has been proven to be the most efficient and provides the most power/torque. It also looks OEM and their fitment and customer service is true perfection.

And I should know as I did a lot of research on ALL the available CAI's on the market before putting one on my LS3.
 

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The best cold air induction is a BLOWER.

Comparing air filter solutions is like splitting [email protected] hairs.
You can't afford the SS.

What makes you think you could afford a blower?

If you think a blower is comparable, using each price point, to be better than the OTR CAI from VCM then you don't know Jack.

And you haven't seen a [email protected] hair since birth. :excl:
 
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