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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe L4-2.0L Turbo AEM Dryflow Filter Installation Instructions

March 24th, 2010 · No Comments

1. Preparing Vehicle
a. Make sure vehicle is parked on level surface.
b. Set parking brake.
c. If engine has run in the past two hours, let it cool down.
d. Disconnect negative battery terminal.
e. Jack up the front of the vehicle and support using properly rated jack stands.
f. Do not discard stock components after removal of the factory system.
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2001-2007 Honda CBR600 F4i Slip-On System Installation Instructions

November 18th, 2009 · No Comments

Installation Instructions
1. After bike is cool make sure the bike is secured before beginning the installation.
2. Remove the right side fairing (refer to the owners manual for more information on removal).
3. Remove the stock exhaust from the bike. Unbolt the exhaust mount on the rear peg and loosen the collector clamp and remove the stock system.
4. Attach the LOR exhaust canister to the slip-on tube adapter with the spring tabs aligned (make sure your hands are protected with a pair of gloves in case the tubes slip). You may have to squeeze the mid-pipe adapter tube to fit into the exhaust inlet as the mandrel bends may become slightly out of round due to a cut near the bend (the tube will take form once connected). Slide the canister all the way until the slip-on adapter seats fully against the exhaust inlet. Wipe off any excess silicone.
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1998-2001 HONDA VFR 800 link Complete Brake Line Kit Installation Process

October 29th, 2009 · No Comments

Step 1:
Identify the key components that complete our brake line kit: You should have nine (9) hoses, one (1) double banjo bolt, fourteen (14) single banjo bolts, (1) single bleeder bolt three (3) drawings, and a picture CD. There are also a total of forty (40) washers and two (2) “olive” conic inversors. Thirty six washers will be used, and two olives. The rest are spares.
Step 2:
Familiarize yourself with the brake lines, which are labeled for application. Lettered brake hoses A, B, C, D, E, F, G are installed on the front of the motorcycle, while brake hoses (H and I) are installed on the rear. Each label will reference a different drawing, which will show you the location of the key brake system components.
To ensure no paint damage from a brake fluid spill, completely cover the bike. This process can be messy, and brake fluid WILL drip!
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2001-2004 Chev/GMC Duramax Diesel “Cool Duals” Installation Instructions

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments

Removal of stock system:
First using 15mm socket or wrench, remove four (4) nuts at flange located approximately under the passenger side seat. Remove rear exhaust from rubber hangers and remove the system from under the truck.
NOTE: If you have purchased the optional front pipe, Remove the stock front pipe on the truck by removing the exhaust hanger on the transmission using a 13mm socket, then remove the band clamp at the front of the pipe, then remove stock front pipe from the truck. ( Note: the band clamp will be re-used during the installation of your new MBRP system)
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01-06 Chev/GMC 6.6L Duramax Diesel Extended Cab Short & Long Bed Installation Instructions

October 13th, 2009 · No Comments

Removal of stock system:
1. Apply a penetrating lubricant liberally to all exhaust fasteners, hangers and rubber insulators.
2. Using a 15mm socket or wrench, disconnect the factory exhaust system at the four bolt flange located behind the catalytic converter. If the vehicle is not equipped with a catalytic converter disconnect the four bolt flange located approximately under the passenger side seat.
3. Remove the exhaust system from the rubber insulators and remove from under the vehicle. If a hoist is not available for use, it may be necessary to cut the tail pipe behind the muffler for removal of the system.
4. Unbolt the OEM hanger from the transmission and remove.
5. Loosen the factory band clamp and remove the stock front pipe. Some vehicles are not equipped with a catalytic converter. Do not discard the band clamp as it is required for the installation.
6. Remove the spare tire. You may not be able to reinstall your spare tire after the installation of this exhaust system.
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2005-2008 Chevy Cobalt Exhaust System Installation

October 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

Prior to installation, be sure your vehicle is parked on a level surface, and the exhaust system is cool. For safety purposes and ease of installation, we urge you to take your vehicle to a qualified service center or muffler installer that employs the use of a lift.

Exhaust System Removal:
1. Measure the exhaust pipe 7-1/2 inches forward of the rear axle and mark a line.
2. Using a saw or chain style pipe cutter, cut the stock system.
3. Using a 15 mm socket remove the two flange nuts.
4. Remove the front hanger from the rubber isolator and remove the front section of the stock exhaust system.
5. Remove the rubber isolator after the axle from both the vehicle and the exhaust system (See Fig. D).
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2001-2004 Chev/GMC Duramax Diesel S6000AL Install Series

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Removal of stock system:
First using 15mm socket or wrench, remove four (4) nuts at flange located approximately under the passenger side seat. Remove rear exhaust from rubber hangers and remove the system from under the truck.
NOTE: If you have purchased the optional front pipe, Remove the stock front pipe on the truck by removing the exhaust hanger on the transmission using a 13mm socket, then remove the band clamp at the front of the pipe, then remove stock front pipe from the truck. ( Note: the band clamp will be re-used during the installation of your new MBRP system).
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Brute Force Intake System Installation Instructions

September 10th, 2009 · No Comments

The AEM Brute Force Intake System is the result of extensive development on a wide variety of cars. It is the most advanced short pipe air intake system on the market. Each system is specifically engineered for its particular application. All AEM Brute Force Intake Systems deliver maximum performance gains through the lightweight, all-aluminum, mandrel-bent tubing that is tuned in both length and diameter. The tube length and diameter are matched for each specific engine to give power over a broad RPM range. Every intake is coated with a high-gloss, heat-reducing Zirconia based powder coating. This special blend of powder coating helps reduce heat penetration, which in turn reduces the temperature of the inlet air charge. The cooler inlet air temperature translates to more power during the combustion process because cool air is denser than warm air. The air mass flow to the engine is increased because of the increased airflow and reduced inlet temperature, which translates to more power.
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2006 Chev/GMC 6.6L Duramax Diesel Regular Cab Long Box 137″ Wheelbase Instructions

September 7th, 2009 · No Comments

Removal of Stock System:
1. Apply a penetrating lubricant liberally to all exhaust fasteners, hangers and rubber insulators.
2. Loosen the band clamp located behind the catalytic converter and disconnect the factory exhaust system.
3. Remove the exhaust system from the rubber insulators and remove from under the vehicle. If a hoist is not available for use, it may be necessary to cut the tail pipe behind the muffler for removal of the system.
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2001-2006 Chev/GMC 2500/3500HD 6.6L Duramax Installation Instructions for system

September 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

Removal of Stock System:
1. Apply a penetrating lubricant liberally to all exhaust fasteners, hangers and rubber insulators.
2. For 2001-2005 vehicles use a 15mm socket or wrench and disconnect the factory exhaust system at the four bolt flange located behind the catalytic converter. If the vehicle is not equipped with a catalytic converter disconnect the four bolt flange located approximately under the passenger side seat. For 2006 vehicles loosen the band clamp located behind the catalytic converter.
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