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SLP Air Box

This is a discussion on SLP Air Box within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I am looking to get the SLP Air Box for my 2002 TA WS6, everybody tells me that it makes ...

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    I am looking to get the SLP Air Box for my 2002 TA WS6, everybody tells me that it makes that car faster and the exhaust louder. I have looked at them and can not tell the difference between the stock box and the SLP box...can anybody tell me what the difference is?

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    No sound baffling bs. Better airflow.

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    it is definetly better airflow. i personally have some fittment issues with it. i also have the SLP smooth bellows. the clamps on the lid will not stay closed. looks good though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SicWs6 View Post
    it is definetly better airflow. i personally have some fittment issues with it. i also have the SLP smooth bellows. the clamps on the lid will not stay closed. looks good though.
    I had the exact same issues!! Are you still having these issues? I had to trip the smooth bellows way back to get the lid to fit!! That is all you have to do! You almost have to force the lid into the correct placement. After you run it a couple of weeks though in the right position the heat from the engine losens it up. hope this helped you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clg82 View Post
    I had the exact same issues!! Are you still having these issues? I had to trip the smooth bellows way back to get the lid to fit!! That is all you have to do! You almost have to force the lid into the correct placement. After you run it a couple of weeks though in the right position the heat from the engine losens it up. hope this helped you.
    i appreciate the tip. ill try that as soon as this damn rain stops!!! i will let you know how it goes. thanks again!
    Last edited by SicWs6; 05-28-2007 at 05:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SicWs6 View Post
    i appreciate the tip. ill try that as soon as this damn rain stops!!! i will let yo know how it goes. thanks again!
    You sure are welcome!

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    just use a hair drier ect. its a must to heat it to fit properly.

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