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Old 02-26-2013, 12:20 PM   #1
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Thoughts on SR performance?

Looking to finally purchase a TB and plenum. American muscle has a 70mm TB and plenum, both made by SR and I've had my eyes on them for a while but just wondered if anybody on here has them installed?
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Looking to finally purchase a TB and plenum. American muscle has a 70mm TB and plenum, both made by SR and I've had my eyes on them for a while but just wondered if anybody on here has them installed?
I have many SR products, and plan on purchasing the SR 70mm TB and plenum next week, only complaint on any product I have of SR is the cai, I will be contacting AM shortly about that, but its no big deal. I support SR and AM 100%
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Looking to finally purchase a TB and plenum. American muscle has a 70mm TB and plenum, both made by SR and I've had my eyes on them for a while but just wondered if anybody on here has them installed?
We've had great results from the entire SR Performance product line. They make a great product and are very reasonably priced! I'm confident you'd be extremely happy with the SR TB and Plenum.

I look forward to hearing some other customers experiences. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance with your order or answer any pre-order questions!

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I have many SR products, and plan on purchasing the SR 70mm TB and plenum next week, only complaint on any product I have of SR is the cai, I will be contacting AM shortly about that, but its no big deal. I support SR and AM 100%
What problems do you have with their cold air intake I just installed mine.
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I have many SR products, and plan on purchasing the SR 70mm TB and plenum next week, only complaint on any product I have of SR is the cai, I will be contacting AM shortly about that, but its no big deal. I support SR and AM 100%
Yea I'm thinking about ordering my TB tomorrow
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I bought the st performance springs and I love them. Only a 1.5 in drop but that was what I was looking for. And the handling fell much better over stock. The only thing I would suggest for sr on their springs is maybe offer two or three different spring rates for the people that want a more aggressive car.
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I bought the st performance springs and I love them. Only a 1.5 in drop but that was what I was looking for. And the handling fell much better over stock. The only thing I would suggest for sr on their springs is maybe offer two or three different spring rates for the people that want a more aggressive car.
Yea, I've got steeda sports and the difference from stock to them is amazing too
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What problems do you have with their cold air intake I just installed mine.
The way the filter sits in the fender wall UPSIDE DOWN (freaks me out enough it could pop off on a large bump or overtime but i clamped that down so damn tight i doubt hulk hogan could rip it apart) behind the wheel well, when first installed I was worried about a bit of water getting sucked in there..well it's been on for about a month now and I got under the car to check the filter and it had water/muddish stains on the chrome part, which means that water/dirty water is absolutely getting to that filter..just seems like it could actually hurt in the long run over the stock intake, and if not seems like the life of the filter itself with be drastically reduced
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I installed the AM CAI and it sits real low in the fender and actually one day when it was pouring horrendously out my car stalled at a light because of a little puddle. I got it home
And have had no mechanical problems but it makes me want to get an in engine bay filter
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I installed the AM CAI and it sits real low in the fender and actually one day when it was pouring horrendously out my car stalled at a light because of a little puddle. I got it home
And have had no mechanical problems but it makes me want to get an in engine bay filter
That's EXAXTLY what I'm worried about!
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Well guess I won't be driving in the rain
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Well guess I won't be driving in the rain
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