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Old October 10th, 2007, 11:25 PM   #1
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Fender well cold air intake filter installation????


Newbie here. I am going to install a BBK air intake kit on my friends 95 GT 5.0 next week. This particular kit has an air filter that installs directly in the fender well. I understand it has to be installed by way of the exterior of the fender well. For those of you who have experienced this installation, what is the easiest way to insert the air filter? Do I remove the wheel? Do I remove the fender well cover? Is there another way? Thanks in advance.
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Old October 11th, 2007, 01:15 AM   #2
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dn on a 95 on 79-93 i just go up through the bottom behind the bumper cover
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Originally Posted by 86ttops
dn on a 95 on 79-93 i just go up through the bottom behind the bumper cover
Thank you for your fast response. Any other thoughts out there?
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yea it was simple on my 93. on a 95 shouldnt be much different. yea you could move the splash guard, but that just makes more work. just connect everythingfirst except the filter. (remember to use a little liquid soap on the o ring one the frnder so it eaisier to push th pipe through). then lay under the car and put the filter in from under the fender(or any other space). it makes all the difference, its a good buy.
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^ they are different..but yeah i did mine when from bumper wasnt on..made it rlly easy..
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put the filter on the elbow, send it up through the front of the fender from underneath.
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Great approaches guys. Keep them coming.
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Originally Posted by JBIGBOOTSY
put the filter on the elbow, send it up through the front of the fender from underneath.
thats how i got mine on...purty simple like that.
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Originally Posted by JBIGBOOTSY
put the filter on the elbow, send it up through the front of the fender from underneath.
I think that is the winning answer. :award Thank you all.
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