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Installing the Densecharger and I have a few questions.
1. The two pipes don't seem to go together all that well. Is this normal? The slip fit of it is a little less than tight. When I try to "wiggle" them together it is hard to mke it tight.

2. The fibreglass plate - how well does it fit against the fenderwall? It seems a little difficult to get it to seat tightly. It also seems like one of the three holes won't be against the wall. Is this typical? Does everyone find this?
Which way do you have the fibeglassplate?

I guess basically, I am a litte concerned with the fit of everything. Will it all hold together when I am driving hard? If I take off the wheel, and remove the fender wall thing, would that help with getting a good seal? Or will it just not feel tight to me regardless.

I am excited about ths mod, it just feels like it will fall off when I am driving.

My last question is in regard to the different positions. Mine is going in, pointed down. What are the other options? Is one merely removing the secondary pipe?

Any comments would be very apprciated.

Thanks,
Bill
 

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Bill, sorry to take so long to reply to your questions.
Test the pipe fit before installation. If you install the set screws and then try to separate the pipes you won't be able to. Each set of pipes is matched for fit prior to shipment. I try to leave the fit on the tight side.
With the tunability aspect of the system you want to be able to switch the filter position without dissasembling the whole system.
The cover plate allows for some mounting flexability to allow for using different aftermarket meters without having to have a different cover plate for each meter. ie..the Pro-M 87 is about an inch longer than stock and I have many customers using the 100mm system with this meter. When the new TB pipes are ready I also wanted my customers to be able to simply bolt in the TB pipe which will also require some system flexability. When you move the filter to the "up" position and add an aftermarket meter this will also slightly change the cover plate position.
Let me know if everything is working properly. The set screws won't allow anything to separate.
 

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Got it, thanks. I started it when it was dark out, which made things a little more difficult. I think that when I was putting in the set screws, I hit resistance, and didn't want to be all that assertive, for fear of cracking the tubing. Once I realized that, I was all set. Thanks for the quick reply. The car sounds amazing. Another question - with the K&N that came with it, am I going to have any trouble wih an emissions test? I hope this isn't a stupid question, I just saw the sticker saying it isn't legal for a pullution controlled vehicle.

Also, when the time comes, how do you get the flter out to clean it? Do you just reach up from underneath and pull?

Thanks again,

Bill
 
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