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Greddy V-spec Fmic Install On S4 T2..

Old 01-21-2004, 01:10 PM
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Ok, so my Greddy V-spec fmic will be here next week. Can someone tell me how to install it.. WITHOUT removing or relocating anythig?? What needs to be cut, and what needs to be done.. I could move the battery to one of the rear bins, but thats about the extent of what i wanna move around.. any help is appreciated.. thanks!
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Old 01-21-2004, 01:16 PM
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you gotta cut



the kit's piping was made for use with the car in all shapes...so its tailored to a stock engine...so you can infact use it with the battery there..





but you will have to cut some sheetmetal out of hte way for the piping its not too bad
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Old 01-21-2004, 01:19 PM
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from what i understand, the piping will be hitting or touching like, the power steering or some ****..
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Old 01-21-2004, 01:30 PM
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just make sure you can cut the holes in the sheet metal. Its not a bolt in it will take you the good part of the day.
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cutting the sheetmetal should be the easy part.. haha
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it might rub the MBC since theyre designed for RHD cars...but well see



i dont have the battery or the PS and AC in the front
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i believe you need to remove the whole front bumper and **** to install it properly and reach the places udner the headlights where you need to cut.



it is by no means a quick job. id plan a free day just to be safe and so you dont rush and **** **** up.



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Old 01-21-2004, 11:33 PM
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yeah, i know the bumper needs to come off. just wondering what under the hood needs to be moved to a different location or removed altogether.
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Originally Posted by Benny' date='Jan 22 2004, 12:33 AM
yeah, i know the bumper needs to come off. just wondering what under the hood needs to be moved to a different location or removed altogether.
umm ask j9fd3s/mike he had a website with pics of how the greddy pipes run on someones fc with the bumper off, itd give you a good idea.



its the ultimate in tight fits.



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Here is a website:

http://www.cabrio7.org/mods/ic/

You will need to modify pipe 5 going to the throttle body. It will hit the master cylinder.
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