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    It’s easy as pie. Take off engine cover and weird heat absorbing foam thing (why the **** is that there?) You pull the clip back that holds on charge pipe, it can’t fly away. PulI clip and remove plastic connector from throttle body. Four bolts, one on each corner, all facing you, unbolt. Take out. If you are installing a boost gauge or water/methanol injection kit, put those taps in now. If you use a 90 degree brass elbow, make sure it will clear the outside of the spacer. Otherwise install plugs on spacer provided by BNR. Flat side down/plenum side up (not that you’ll be able to see it, but the BNR print on spacer is rightside up, you want the taps facing the rear of the car. Use new Allen head bolts provided by BNR. Put back together. Easy as pie. 15 minute install. Also, be smart and buy good permatex high performance thread sealing for all fitting connections to gauges/injections.






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    Excellent. That looks like a breeze. Thanks for the pics!

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    Addendum: you do not have to unbolt charge pipe from side of block, or remove entirely. I just pulled the hose that is sitting in a open plastic clip to the right of the engine block, on top of charge pipe, out of the clip. The lifted the charge pipe up and pulled back toward me to rest with the lip of the charge pipe sitting on a bolt on the valve cover. You will need a 7 or 8 mm wrench/socket ( can’t remember which ), and the bolts provided by BNR are Allen head.


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