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Old 09-10-2011, 05:38 PM   #1
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Getting the itch...

had the springs and axle backs for a few months now...and I'm getting the itch for the ford racing cai and tune...and gears. I really gotta stop watching speed tv and hd theater...help! My wife is gonna kill me...this is harder than quitting smoking...but I guess nobody likes a quitter. I think we need a mod support thread....feeeeeenin!
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Go for it....
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Go for it....
I made it through the hard part...almost ordered it but didn't go through with it. I am a little worried about getting that extra kick right before winter. At least that's how I talked myself out of hitting the order button...gotta get my slush fund a little higher...
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Are you using the s197 for a winter DD?
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Re: Getting the itch...

do you ever find yourself putting parts into an online cart and leaving the cart up on your screen for a day or 2 before finally closing it out or saying screw it and clicking the checkout button...it happens to me and in fact it is happening right now as i have had a jlt oil separator on my tab since yesterday.
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Are you using the s197 for a winter DD?
Yes....I know, I know. Thinking about getting a beater 4x4 once I recuperate from a summer of no tenants to pay mortgages. Either that or the wife teleworks and I take the jeep. Va winters are usually mild though...

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do you ever find yourself putting parts into an online cart and leaving the cart up on your screen for a day or 2 before finally closing it out or saying screw it and clicking the checkout button...it happens to me and in fact it is happening right now as i have had a jlt oil separator on my tab since yesterday.
Yep...I had the gears, cai and tuner ready to go. I was trying to figure out how to explain it to the wife...but we just dropped 700 bucks on a stereo and speakers so it would have been a lost cause. It's still in the cart though...
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Tell her that gears will help the MPG.
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Tell her that gears will help the MPG.
Lol...she said "so would trading it is for a Prius."
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Lol...she said "so would trading it is for a Prius."
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Gonna get the Ford Racing CAI and SF3 Tuner...unless someone has advice on a better cai and tune.

Ordering tomorrow so I can install by Wednesday...
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Re: Getting the itch...

JLT Makes a great CAI, they make the most HP, several reasons I really like them. One they are a family run business that really cares about their product and customer, and two thats ALL they do! They have mastered the CAI because that is all they focus on, check them out before you make your decision, tell you wife you need a single turbo kit because it actually will increase your mpg..........lol
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JLT Makes a great CAI, they make the most HP, several reasons I really like them. One they are a family run business that really cares about their product and customer, and two thats ALL they do! They have mastered the CAI because that is all they focus on, check them out before you make your decision, tell you wife you need a single turbo kit because it actually will increase your mpg..........lol
Lol...I would be sleeping with the dogs...or maybe outside.
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