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tat2nitez’s 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

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tat2nitez’s 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
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  • Nov 14, 2013

Tat2nitez's 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt"BioReaper"Hello, I'm Richard.  I'm 31 years old and live here in Huntsville, AL. I&a ... more

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  • Air & Fuel Delivery Design Engineering Inc Intake

    Date Installed
    Mar. 1, 2011

    Installed 03/01/2011

    D.E.I intake heat wrap. This piece is used to keep your intake cool and from the heat of your motor. Easy to install, just cut to fit and it Velcros around your intake.

  • Air & Fuel Delivery Design Engineering Inc Cold-Air Intake

    Date Installed
    Mar. 1, 2011

    Installed 03/01/2011

    D.E.I. Cry02 system. 10 lbs bottle, stainless lines, intake kit, dual purge valves and 2 solenoids. Purpose of the kit: Chill the intake temp to push more fuel. The intake adapter has a specially designed bulb in it to chill -80 degrees which can drop the a/t 15-20 degrees cooler. The purge is to clear the system of unused C02 gas and is nice to show off. The hardest part about the install is the wiring. I would recommended placing your switches in easy to access spots but not where you can accidently hit them. Mounting the tank and running the lines is not that hard just make sure you have it mounted where you plan on keeping it and can remove bottle easy for this requires you to drill holes in you car.

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