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  1. #16
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    i'll be opting for a top mount STI cooler.
    I'm gonna look into those boost coolers and price one up fitted.
    In the process of purchasing strut braces.
    Also, looking at pods etc
    All im hoping for is a minimal power gain to hopefully push power into the 180kw region(169kw standard).
    Off topic: Suspension wise, i use chains quite often when going to the snow. I'm worried about lowering the car as it might **** me over when i go to fit the chains again.
    RUF CTR Yellowbird is what dreams are made of

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    Quote Originally Posted by h22a View Post
    i'll be opting for a top mount STI cooler.
    I'm gonna look into those boost coolers and price one up fitted.
    In the process of purchasing strut braces.
    Also, looking at pods etc
    All im hoping for is a minimal power gain to hopefully push power into the 180kw region(169kw standard).
    Off topic: Suspension wise, i use chains quite often when going to the snow. I'm worried about lowering the car as it might **** me over when i go to fit the chains again.
    for the pod... i'll take pics of our backyard ducting job on an sti testing it out this weekend at warwick
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    let me know how you go, did it take long to make?
    RUF CTR Yellowbird is what dreams are made of

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    about 5 minutes lol, we'll see if it works tomorrow.
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