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adrian
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adrian Aug 12, 4:19pm - #247118 

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Injen CAI install

I just want to make sure i got this right. To install a CAI i will have to remove my TRD front bumper. Is it just a few screws, or more complicated than that?? Also do i have to cut something to make room for Intake?? If so what should i use?? Thanks, somebody from site is going to trade his CAI for my SRI. Thanks Cant wait to install my B&M SS and CAI this weekend hopefully!! thumbsup
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Workshop4Ever Aug 12, 4:27pm - #247119 

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the bumper does have to be removed...not hard at all just a few bolts and it pops right off. The piece you have to cut is the wheel well...this is even easier than taking off the bumper. I just used a razor blade...it is just flimsy plastic that you have to cut. Doesn't have to be perfect either because nobody ever sees it.

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adrian
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adrian Aug 12, 8:42pm - #247120 

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cool thanks alot!!!
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Virgilson Aug 12, 8:51pm - #247121 

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i didn't cut the wheel well, because, that is the only thing keeping dirt and water from getting into the Filter...so i just took off the bumper.
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ikin Aug 12, 9:20pm - #247122 
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i never took off the bumper, even when i clean the filter
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