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Old 03-03-2009, 07:06 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Hi, please help. I can't see the pictures.. thanks.

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Old 03-05-2009, 09:20 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Sorry, I changed my site structure a bit.
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i was thinking why not check your vacuum gauge to see if you can get good braking at half engine vacuum pressure cause if you can get a pressure reducer for your vacuum tank thats at half your engines vacuum pressure then you just doubled your number of braking again??
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Hmm seems that heat "may cause" wrinkles.
I think my under the hood temps may be a tad high, that or the location next to the cat on my vx might not be so good.
It did last since 2011, time to replace and relocate.
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Just spend the $40 and get a unit that is designed for the job...

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-g1464/overview/
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the original specs of 2ft by 3in comes out to 170 cubic inches(2.8 liters).

going off of external dimensions of the one from summit, that's 133ci(2.2 liters).



draw whatever conclusions that you would like from that.
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Hmm seems that heat "may cause" wrinkles.
I think my under the hood temps may be a tad high, that or the location next to the cat on my vx might not be so good.
It did last since 2011, time to replace and relocate.
Wow. I guess you're alright, which is good. FWIW, mine is on the passenger side, toward the engine compartment, between the battery and the intake manifold, above the transmission. It has been there maybe 6 or 8 months without problems. The CAT is probably 900 degrees sometimes, I guess. That's gotta be the issue. I have my build process in my modding thread if you are curious. (See link below.)

EDIT: http://ecomodder.com/forum/showthrea...tml#post412414

It's about 175ci

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