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Old 11-26-2009, 01:39 AM
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hey guys im looking for both fender covers for my 98 lude. ever since i had the car they werent there. its rly dangerous to drive without cuz it exposing alot of parts under the hood and it looks like crap without em. and now that i got a cai i really need them if i dont want to buy the bypass valve. so if anyone is parting out their lude or anyone knows were i can find some cheap ones let me know asap. thanks
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Old 11-26-2009, 02:52 AM
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you mean the fender well cover things? check im ebay
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Old 11-26-2009, 12:59 PM
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i did. thats why i came here for your guys help. ebay ones cost jst as much as at the dealer. and they sell them sepreatley, not together
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someone parting their car out
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where you located? i was getting a set for mine from honda parts connection and they said 15 bucks each.
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hey guys im looking for both fender covers for my 98 lude. ever since i had the car they werent there. its rly dangerous to drive without cuz it exposing alot of parts under the hood and it looks like crap without em. and now that i got a cai i really need them if i dont want to buy the bypass valve. so if anyone is parting out their lude or anyone knows were i can find some cheap ones let me know asap. thanks

So your intake goes down into the bumper just to the left of the battery. I'd say get a short ram. Even with my splash guard on that thing still got wet as heck under there. Plus I can hear the intake better it even sounds like it is faster. ha ha hah Thats BS on my funny joke.
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i had a short ram but i want something better. anyone i talk to agrees that cai gives much better power than the short ram. and i heard the cai sounds better than short ram. and btw i know there were probly a bunch of posts in the past as to were to install the bypass valve on my aem cai since its all one piece. but i searched around but cant find anything. anybody here have one? and im located in antelope CA stancil1216. were u from?
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