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SCOTT03
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SCOTT03 Jan 22, 3:54pm - #88136 
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What i need to finish my car.

I've decided what else i need to finish my car.
1. RMM Intake http://www.suprastore.com/rmmsporinsys.html
2. Suspension tech. rear sway bars http://www.suprastore.com/sustecrearsw.html
3. RMM front strut tower brace http://www.suprastore.com/rmmfronstrut.html
4. and of course a tint

If anybody knows where i can get these products at a cheaper price let me know. Of course i'd love to have a header, but the prices are really high and we don't have a dyno yet for the DC header.

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Speed4TheNeed Jan 22, 4:18pm - #88137 

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you can save a coupole of bucks on the rmm Intake here:
http://intensepower.com/rmmsporinkit.html

just check shipping though..its only about $15 difference in price, so shipping will probably make or break the deal.

also, intensepower.com does not have those specific brands of anti sway bars and front braces..but you can view several other options if you want by linking here:
http://intensepower.com/suspension6.html
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VSGTS14 Jan 22, 7:46pm - #88138 

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I would recommend to get an Injen Intake rather than the RMM.

www.mvpmotorsports.com may have some stuff.

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SCOTT03
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SCOTT03 Jan 22, 8:08pm - #88139 
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i was leaning toward rmm cause of the heat shield and it claims more hp.

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VSGTS14 Jan 22, 9:03pm - #88140 

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Originally Posted by SCOTT03
i was leaning toward rmm cause of the heat shield and it claims more hp.


Injen has a heat/splash guard and are there dynos to prove it gives more hp?

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Kim Jan 22, 9:10pm - #88141 
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if there's one thing that i know, it's you can never finish your car, there is always something else you want to get baecause after a while your gonna get bored. I know i've been saying i've finished for a long time but i'm still on it. thumbsup

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GTStick Jan 23, 2:11am - #88142 

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the rmm heat shield can be used with Injen Intakes too. itll do the same thing, but injens look nicer (Short Ram)
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Rave669 Jan 23, 2:27am - #88143 

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Nah, if I get one, it'll probably be a K&N system, they don't cause CEL issues like the Injen or AEM V1. True flow makes an interesing setup too that retains the factory airbox if you want to go that route.

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SCOTT03 Jan 23, 2:31am - #88144 
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the new RMM Intake has a chrome pipe and a larger k&n filter/charger. Wonder how much this effects hp.

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