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Old 02-08-2007, 03:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I ordered the BMS CAI (I got tired of waiting for them to get the C.A.R.B cert lol), and when I was presented with the shipping options I got the following:

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Now if you notice "Home Delivery" is one day and it is the cheapest, but if I wanted to wait (like I want to) I can pay FedEx to hold on to my CAI for a couple of days. Yes the elite blackout is my address. But I thought this was funny tho. I know I can drive up to BMS and pick one up, but I don't really have the time to as I have to study for test and I just got a part time job and I have no freaking clue when I start working.
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Old 02-09-2007, 05:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Yup. I got an e-mail yesterday saying that the black CAI I order (I like a dull engine bay lol) is on back order and BMS is suppose to get a shippment in next week.
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D'0h! Instalation is real simple. My hardest time was removing the lower resonator. Does nothingbut get in the way, and requires some plastic removing to get to
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I remember you telling me that when we first met.
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Your a fairly fart smeller.... uh, smart feller
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You can most certainly say that.
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man installation on the reno isn't simple. i mean it's not super difficult but the instructions they gave me, i guess were for the 2004 reno and things had changed in the 2005 reno and so i had to figure a lot of it out for myself.
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2004 Reno? I never knew there was an 04. They have an 05 Reno that they tested it on. Sometimes you have to reread something, but instructions are not easy to write
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2004 Reno? lol


Any way I got the CAI today and installed it. It took me only 3 and half hours tho. The reason it took me so long was the bottom part of the OEM intake was a bitch to take out. I couldn't remove the bolts where you put the supporting brackets. But until they are in I am going to try and not gas the car a lot so that the CAI stays and does not damage anything to much.
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