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post #1 of 8 Old 03-16-2009, 09:06 AM Thread Starter
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My Quick-Time SN95 install

well....a buddy & I have been working on the install for a week or so here & there....and i say it all fits very nicely! Some of the pics are good some are bad (cell phone cam)
hopefully have it done mid week this week if i get my 94-95 intake elbow and a couple t-bolt clamps.

I re-powder-coated all the cold side SUN-GOLD...it looks steller in the engine bay since its all almost black....i spent alot of time painting in the letters on the compressor housing to bad the angle the turbo sits at you cant see it.

the motor is a HCI 302 that has been N2O proven and should handle the 9-10psi i am getting ready to throw at it without blinking an eye...haha!

heres the first night...took the car apart and installed most of the hot side












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What hood are you going to run? I have the same intake,and I am wondering if it will fit a stock hood.

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i have a 2.5 cobra R hood....but probley wont be running a hood this summer....it barley fit with the trick flow R series intake....i had to notch a section out on the hood.

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here it is now...just need to hook up the oil line and waiting on my intake elbow from trick flow and chip from SCT...then ready to rock out!




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Did you have to move/remove anything major?? It looks like there is no A/C. Also how much if any are you going to have to cut the bumper cover??

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Did you have to move/remove anything major?? It looks like there is no A/C. Also how much if any are you going to have to cut the bumper cover??

this kit was mach'd up on a car without A/C & no smog crap...also no ABS which was a problem at first but we just relocated the ABS block to the outside of the fender-well....no cutting required on the front bumper cover

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