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3.3TT JB4 or Exhaust first?

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, and Exhaust Discussion' started by Bonsai, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. Brlong23

    Brlong23 Member

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    Any suggestions on the best one to get?
     
  2. cncBilly

    cncBilly Canada 1000 Posts Club!

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    I went with Add WI single can system pretty easy install, if I was to do it today I would have I close look at the BMS one first but I did mine a couple months ago before BMS was out. Cheers and welcome to the forum, aside from a couple idiots in here it's a great place to learn everything Stinger.:)
     
  3. Brlong23

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    So I saw the Add W1 online and I have a question. If I got that (single or double can), do I need to cap my intake? I've seen some systems require this...just want to make sure I get all the necessary parts I'd need.

    And thanks! I've been on here a few weeks reading everything possible to figure out what I want to do to the car...there's a lot of great advice and options available...especially since the cars only been out for such a short period of time.
     
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  4. cncBilly

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    I have the Injen intakes, there was a bit of rerouting but there's a great video so it really not that difficult. But like I say have a look at the BMS one I think he may have perfected the OCC design. Hopefully someone that has the BMS will chime in for you.
     
  5. Brlong23

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    I ordered the same intakes...do you happen to have a link to the video you mentioned?
     
  6. Talloneus Khan

    Talloneus Khan Canada Member

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    I have the bms occ! Install took 2 minutes top, and it looks really clean. I highly recommend it! Plus, the fact that it is 100% maintenance free, is the best part
     
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  7. Lay

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    Yeah but I couldn't turn down the offer I got for the intakes. Amazon had them with prime shipping and an additional 15% (on top of my 5%) cash back with the prime card. And it took a little bit of shopping around to get a good deal on the exhaust which I was able to secure a military discount from a vendor. Overall I'm happy with the route I took ;)
     
  8. Talloneus Khan

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    There are slot of nice exhaust systems out there. I just cannot justify it till we are pushing more boost. Then you will need a 3" system
     
  9. westcoastGT

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    what color filters did you end up going with ??
     
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