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Rod Millen Intake for GTS - By John Unnever #180034 May 17, 10:49pm May 17, 10:49pm
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Rod Millen Intake for GTS - By John Unnever
This Install Guide looks pretty good and the pictures are nice. I'm relatively new to this type of stuff and was wondering if I should attempt to install this by myself with just this guide.

Has anyone used this guide? Experiences?

Re: Rod Millen Intake for GTS - By John Unnever [Re: Markus] #180035 May 18, 4:54am May 18, 4:54am
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Intakes are rather easy to install--you can use the guide and you should be fine. if you have any additional questions during installation you can always post them up as well.

also, your Intake will come with instructions of it's own in different wording/pictures. i found it good to use both guides (the ecelica guide and the manufacturer's guide) when i installed my b&m shortshifter because it gave you 2 different views of certain areas thumbsup

Re: Rod Millen Intake for GTS - By John Unnever [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #180036 May 18, 4:56am May 18, 4:56am

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just take off the stock Intake box...and slap it on there, follow the general steps from this site at the "installs section thumbsup

Re: Rod Millen Intake for GTS - By John Unnever #180037 May 18, 4:57am May 18, 4:57am
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Originally Posted by XplodCelica0708
just take off the stock Intake box...and slap it on there, follow the general steps from this site at the "installs section thumbsup


ok, that was a useless post tongue

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Re: Rod Millen Intake for GTS - By John Unnever #180039 May 18, 6:45am May 18, 6:45am
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RMM is very easy to install. That was my first project when I first got my car and just followed the install guide and made it through alright grin

Just give it a shot thumbsup


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Re: Rod Millen Intake for GTS - By John Unnever [Re: YoshiVS] #180040 May 18, 7:48pm May 18, 7:48pm
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I've read some posts about people installing Intakes and they installed it wrong so stuff got sucked into the engine frown Is this likely to happen with a SRI installation.

Also, what does a heat shield do?

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