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      04-02-2012, 03:57 AM   #45
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We have had one of these in our show room for a couple of weeks now, i will fit it to Justin's car very soon pre track day. Nice looking bit of kit but a bit small in capacity.
We will see how good it is after the track day.
if you do a bulk order for these Pete, put my name down. i want one.
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x 2 - Done! Picked up a modded CDV too!
Nice! CDV is a great mod too. Sorry I didn't get a chance to reply to your message today, have been flat out busy. Burgermotorsports is the go to site, you will be surprised how quickly your order shows up.
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      04-02-2012, 04:30 AM   #47
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Nice! CDV is a great mod too. Sorry I didn't get a chance to reply to your message today, have been flat out busy. Burgermotorsports is the go to site, you will be surprised how quickly your order shows up.
Not to mention Terry never sleeps and will reply you straight away
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      04-02-2012, 05:41 AM   #48
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Not to mention Terry never sleeps and will reply you straight away
It's true, the guy never sleeps. The technical support is 10/10.
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Terry's a freak. Can you just imagine how many emails he gets each day.
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Hey Vinnie, have you still got mine? I forgot all about it.
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Hey Vinnie, have you still got mine? I forgot all about it.
Hey Gazz, still have both Michael's and your OCC
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      04-02-2012, 05:22 PM   #52
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hey i might be interested if you ended up with one spare
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      04-02-2012, 05:26 PM   #53
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hey i might be interested if you ended up with one spare
They've already paid me many months ago, sorry!
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They've already paid me many months ago, sorry!
Low overheads, big profits?
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I just received mine! Love getting goodies in the mail - now I know how Raihax must feel everyday...

The finish and feel of the product is really great. Looks to be a pretty nice piece of kit.
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Good to hear, alik. Are you planning a DIY install?
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I just received mine! Love getting goodies in the mail - now I know how Raihax must feel everyday...

The finish and feel of the product is really great. Looks to be a pretty nice piece of kit.
Nice turn around time. I was very impressed with the quality as well, especially considering it's half of what the other OCC's cost. BMS ftw!

Let me know how you get on with the installation.
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      04-10-2012, 10:04 PM   #58
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Nice turn around time. I was very impressed with the quality as well, especially considering it's half of what the other OCC's cost. BMS ftw!

Let me know how you get on with the installation.
Thanks gents. I will probably DIY with FJP135 (got him one also), but we'll see - I never really get around to this stuff...

I still have brushed aluminium-esque grills and side pods on my desk waiting to go on...
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Thanks gents. I will probably DIY with FJP135 (got him one also), but we'll see - I never really get around to this stuff...

I still have brushed aluminium-esque grills and side pods on my desk waiting to go on...
dude if I can do it then any monkey can. the only tricky bit imho is getting the oem clips off, forget what the instructions say there aint no way you will get it off with fingers lmfao. in the end i just got a small screw driver the pricked all 4 (yes four I know it looks like 2 but 4) lugs over the ridge one at a time whilst pulling on the pipe that comes off the top of the engine. As for the other end I undid the twisty connector (similar to the DV connector) first and prised off the connector and put the twisty connector back with the new hose attached.
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      04-10-2012, 10:32 PM   #60
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dude if I can do it then any monkey can. the only tricky bit imho is getting the oem clips off, forget what the instructions say there aint no way you will get it off with fingers lmfao. in the end i just got a small screw driver the pricked all 4 (yes four I know it looks like 2 but 4) lugs over the ridge one at a time whilst pulling on the pipe that comes off the top of the engine. As for the other end I undid the twisty connector (similar to the DV connector) first and prised off the connector and put the twisty connector back with the new hose attached.
Thanks for the tips mate.

Unfortunately, lately time is as much a concern as ability for this monkey...

Hoping to do it once weekend with FJP.
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dude if I can do it then any monkey can. the only tricky bit imho is getting the oem clips off, forget what the instructions say there aint no way you will get it off with fingers lmfao. in the end i just got a small screw driver the pricked all 4 (yes four I know it looks like 2 but 4) lugs over the ridge one at a time whilst pulling on the pipe that comes off the top of the engine. As for the other end I undid the twisty connector (similar to the DV connector) first and prised off the connector and put the twisty connector back with the new hose attached.
Good tips. I also recommend having a dremel tool handy if you plan to trim the end of the engine cover. It's very minor but it's best to do this so you don't risk pinching the line. Nobody will ever be able to tell it's been trimmed though, especially after the cowl is put back on.
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Good tips. I also recommend having a dremel tool handy if you plan to trim the end of the engine cover. It's very minor but it's best to do this so you don't risk pinching the line. Nobody will ever be able to tell it's been trimmed though, especially after the cowl is put back on.
good point, i decided against it and just left the 2 rear bolts out and let it ride up a couple of mm
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good point, i decided against it and just left the 2 rear bolts out and let it ride up a couple of mm
I used a dremel and cleaned it up with a stanley knife. Looks legit OEM. Didn't want to risk pinching the line and I wanted the engine cover on nice and tight.
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dude if I can do it then any monkey can. the only tricky bit imho is getting the oem clips off, forget what the instructions say there aint no way you will get it off with fingers lmfao. in the end i just got a small screw driver the pricked all 4 (yes four I know it looks like 2 but 4) lugs over the ridge one at a time whilst pulling on the pipe that comes off the top of the engine. As for the other end I undid the twisty connector (similar to the DV connector) first and prised off the connector and put the twisty connector back with the new hose attached.
I had a blonde moment when changing pavo's plugs. I removed the plug and put the coil pack back in without even installing the new plug.
He was talking too much.
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I had a blonde moment when changing pavo's plugs. I removed the plug and put the coil pack back in without even installing the new plug.
He was talking too much.
faaarrrrk dude, the only time I get to talk is when the wife and kids aren't there.
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I know the feeling mate.
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