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    Can some one Post! A little Help Please!

    Hello can one of my Fellow RXP owners Post a pic of hoe there Splash Guard installation looks? Also I hear you can put a few extra rivets in the splash guard so it will not come off! ALso if some one can post the best way to do a proper Install so i dont have problems with the Bumper and splash guard coming off!


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    Hey Water do you have a pic of the home made intake and a little info on what was used?

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    This is how I did mine and it runs very well. Added 100 plus RPM's and absolutly no heat fade. I went with the Denso 27 plugs as well.

    http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/austin.../ph//my_photos

    Read under every pic and click it.

    Austin

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    Hey Also how much do you trim off the front bumper? Inch wise?

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    You just trim enough to where it fits, you'll know plus don't use ribbets, use little nuts and bolts, plus drill extra holes for support. And I'm sure you have it mounted in front, not underneath.

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    I used Weldwood contact cement as well.

    Never come off.

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