|08-01-2004 05:03 AM|
It shouldnt be any hassle to install that kit. You will have to remove the headlight (3 T25 torq screws) and maybe the front bumper to get the filter behind the foglight. Front bumper removal is simple and not very time consuming. All you have after you remove both headlights and corner lights is 2 16mm bolts, 2 philips screws in the wheel well, and 2 10mm screws underneath the bumper on the sides close to the wheel well.
I say buy the kit, a little hp gain, and youll love hearing your turbo and bpv. The first drive with it on will make up for the work you put into it. but like i said in the first post, I highly recomend getting a water gaurd for the filter. If not, that filter will probably break down and you will have dirty water all through your intake pipes and intercooler and even worse into your engine. You can find the gaurds on ebay for like $10-15. They will be called filter heat shields.
|07-30-2004 04:14 AM|
Looks like the type Saab nation is selling. i just purchased one the other day. How is it to install?
|07-14-2004 08:36 PM|
|Clint||Heres the guard I was refering to. It is easily taken out for track days.|
|07-14-2004 08:20 PM|
Pics of my intake
Here are some pics of my intake that Ive been using for a while. The only suggestion I have to someone that is wanting to put the filter behind the fog light is to make a guard so water doesnt get to the filter. It is alot easier to get 3" tubing down if you cut the metal out instead of trying to bend your piping around it.