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This is a discussion on SLP Lid within the Parts Wanted / Trade forums, part of the Sponsors Group Pricing and Parts Review category; Looking for a SLP air box lid. Damaged mine while trying to remove MAF ends. It was in perfect condition........ ...

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    SLP Lid

    Looking for a SLP air box lid. Damaged mine while trying to remove MAF ends. It was in perfect condition........ until

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    Did you crack it or?
    It's on jackstands.

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    Nope......whom-ever put this lid on, jammed the MAF end in. I was tapping it lightly (MAF ends) and I hit the lid a few times. Didn't know it till I got the end out. The marks are on top, so it shows.
    I was replacing them with RPM Billet aluminum ends along with JMP smooth bellows.

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    Can you sand the lid and paint it? A lot of people do that and it looks pretty nice. Fill in the scrapes with a filler.

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    I'm sure I can. The marks are rather small, I just wouldn't know what to use....filler that is.

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    Hmmm...let me see if I can find out for you. I know they sell compound like that specifically for plastic. I'll ask.

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    For future reference use a heat lamp or hair dryer to heat the neck up and the MAF will come out easy. For anything paint related I use Automotive Touch up stuff. They have filler as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98TransAmWs-6 View Post
    For future reference use a heat lamp or hair dryer to heat the neck up and the MAF will come out easy.
    Thanks Will
    Thought of that...after...it was too late.

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