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    Where are you placing your IC dump over?

    Can they go below the rub rail? I'm not 100% sure I want hot IC salt water constantly dumping out on my matting


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    If you removed the OPAS you can drill a hole into the inside block off (next to the stock exhaust outlet) for a half inch fitting for the IC dump.

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    that's pretty Fing slick and it's easy to get to because it's removable!! This is why I ask the tough questions!

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    There's a nipple on the pump itself take a drill open it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrabber View Post
    There's a nipple on the pump itself take a drill open it up
    I think you're trying to sink me because of my competing orange paint

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    IC dump isn't hot, it's the open loop thermostat dump that would be HOT on the floor mats. Been there tried that....lol

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    I have always used a Gel battery. So I run a bleed hose from the intercooler up to the right front where the battery vent used to be. WA-LA. Simple and effective. If you will look at Jerry's avator you will see one in operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by shrabber View Post
    There's a nipple on the pump itself take a drill open it up
    I think you're trying to sink me because of my competing orange paint
    Yes what you talking about willis ? No offense if your asking for help and I give you a answer you might not want to ask for help usually we run the bleed straight out the pump
    Last edited by shrabber; 03-13-2013 at 12:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    that's pretty Fing slick and it's easy to get to because it's removable!! This is why I ask the tough questions!
    +1.....just be sure to seal it good with the Right Stuff!

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    IMO you want the IC dump where you can see if the psi/volume looks like at idle and WOT
    if on a 05 I like it just above the rail where it sprays to the back and off the mat

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