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  1. dreamcar
    02-21-2014 02:44 PM - permalink
    dreamcar
    just got my goat 9 days ago anf having probs with it. if you could please check out my thread "service vehicle soon" and let me know if you have any input
  2. pocketmaster
    01-13-2014 07:38 PM - permalink
    pocketmaster
    Is it a good idea to change your clutch fluid after a hard freeze?? Only reason I ask is because I just changed mine and it made a WORLD of difference. We had a hard freeze a few weeks back and my clutch was being very NOT user friendly.....It is only 2 years old Monster Clutch
  3. balamas23
    09-26-2013 08:49 AM - permalink
    balamas23
    Can you tell me what kind of rims you got on your goat?
  4. Salvos
    03-27-2013 10:51 PM - permalink
    Salvos
    Hey man, i'm kinda new to the forum and i've read some of your posts and i'd like to chat a little bit about my car and the somewhat dissapointing 1/4 track experience not sure if something is up with my car...
  5. x47544F
    07-16-2012 07:59 PM - permalink
    x47544F
    One more question. Since I have the SNL 102mm MAF I should have a built in IAT sensor already so I don't need the upgraded IAT sensor. However, my question is if you have logged any temperature difference between a built in IAT in a MAF and the relocated IAT with the intake. (I know you are SD) My guess is that there shouldn't exist any measurable difference which I am hoping for since even at idle there is a lot of air passing the MAF sensor. I understand the benefits from the faster responding IAT sensor but I want to make sure that the accuracy of the incoming charge temperature is as accurate as possible.
  6. svede1212
    07-14-2012 06:52 PM - permalink
    svede1212
    The outer diameter is 4". The 4" coupler is a snug fit
  7. x47544F
    07-14-2012 11:32 AM - permalink
    x47544F
    Svede, just curious what is the outer diameter of the Svede OTRCAI? Is it 4"? I'm interested in getting one. I figure I have a 102mm MAF an a 4" LFE from TRE laying around here so I might as well get the best setup possible. Let me know, thanks,
  8. noel the legend
    12-01-2011 09:56 AM - permalink
    noel the legend
    Hey, man. I'm Lookin into OTRCAIs and know you make 'em. Do you recommend installing anything else with a OTRCAI on the intake end? My goal is a DD with about 400 whp. My car has been tuned (previous owner) and is making 369 rwhp, 379 rwtq.

    Is a tune required for OTRCAIs?
  9. jsmelgreen
    07-08-2011 03:55 PM - permalink
    jsmelgreen
    Had a friend install one of your intakes...i have been looking at the Volant...but like what I saw in my friends 06 GTO. Can you tell me what the difference between the Svede and Volant. I appreciate it
  10. vickyseo125
    06-21-2011 11:36 AM - permalink
    vickyseo125
    *comment marked as spam*

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  • About svede1212
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    Grand Rapids, Michigan
    My Car (GTO or other)
    2004 Blk/Rd[/color] M6 (Ziggy)
    Power - DIY ORTCAI|!MAF|HP Tuners w/LC-1|SLP LTs|FTI cam|SLP UD Pul
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