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  1. I saw those diagrams but they do little when you are trying to find the correct positioning of a certain part...that requires a question to someone that is familiar with assembly. Luckily the 2002 FB page has great members that have been very forthcoming and gave me the guidance I was after
  2. I saw those diagrams but they do little when you are trying to find the correct positioning of a certain part...that requires a question to someone that is familiar with assembly. Luckily the 2002 FB page has great members that have been very forthcoming and gave me the guidance I was after
  3. I have a 245 that was in my friends car. When I got it the Allen head screw, in pic, was out. Im not sure what it is for. I know where it goes but will not screw down all the way. If you screw it in the trans will not shift. I think this screw is pushing on the select rod. I have looked at pics of other 245s and it appears to be in all the way but mine won’t any idea on what is the correct way to install this? Thanks for any help
  4. Thank you. I will see how it compares to the ITG when we tune. I plan to route the intake lines different and try to go solid line up to the air intake and maybe a few inches of silicone turbo hose for flex and vibration Or maybe just hang it on the wall
  5. We plan to dyno tune the car so we will be able to see what it does. Lots of Changes in filter technology since the 70s. If it is too restrictive ima hang it in the man cave lol
  6. The A3 uses external filter. The A4 used a filter inside the box Post below says around 200 CFM which is my issue. This tiny filter moves like 125cfm lol. Time to get a bigger one!
  7. Thanks....that is kind of what I suspected. I plan to run the ITG for regular use and slap on the Alpina A3 for stuff like MidAmerica show etx. I have a lot of room up from But no need to go too large. That’s why I was curious as to the CFMs I need for this setup
  8. I have a fresh motor, total new build. 292 cam, 9:5 pistons. I have dual 40s...new and properly jetted. Here is my question....how many CFM of air do they need under load at say 5000 RPM. Reason? I have a nice Alpina A3 air box with a cold air intake. Car runs great when it is off. When it is on I get air restriction (rpms jump up some) and rich running. Take the air system off and stick the ITG ion and it runs great. I think I may have too small of a filter on this A#3 setup. I have Jenvey Heritage DCOE style EFI going on next month and would like to use the A3 air system ...so I need to buy a bigger element and see how it does. Knowing what size I need would help. I can extend the filter down into the front so I have more space if needed. Any info would really help Pic 1 is the A3 setup...you can see the filter element Pic 2 is with the ITG setup and it has no air starve issue with the ITG
  9. bump, never heard back from Robert so still for sale
  10. Great. My PayPal is nbristow@ure-Dallas.com get me your address and I can ship in am
  11. Pair of RamAir filters for DCOE. New, never put on a carb......the photo of one on a carb is a stock photo from weber 12 bucks will cover shipping in US
  12. Wow my post from 2010! And I am again about to order a driveshaft for a 5 speed swap. Upside is, just like my last driveshaft, no need to measure squat. Driveshaft Specialists in San Antonio did my one in 2010 and are doing one for me now. They add a splined slip joint so you have about an inch of give with this one. Just tell them what you need, they do the rest
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