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post #1 of 88 Old 21st March 2008, 01:53 AM Thread Starter
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Dinan CAI intake update

Hey guys - just got off the phone with my midwest Dinan Rep - he told me that Dinan now has a part number loaded into their computer system for the new CAI system - so I went ahead and ordered one through my dealer - just outside Chicago - he informed me that as long as I paid for it before 3/31 - that I would still be eligible for the 10% discount!



BOOM - called my SA ASAP and made sure she placed the order - I will drop off a check tomorrow to make sure that everyone is happy


can't wait


also asked him about the new midpipes - he told me that he heard they were delayed a few weeks - but that certainly before the end of April - they should be available - there was not a part number available for this addition at this time however



I again asked him about the sound

He said the midpipe without the resonator is loud - and will sound like a Lamborghini from hell (probably on fire)

but the standard midpipe - will sound like a beautiful Ferrari - or any exotic - without being too obnoxious - that will be the way I go


as soon as I get this - I will post pics


along with my new police scanner


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$2499 - ouch

but if you pre-order it and pay for it before 3/31

they - Dinan -will honor the 10% discount



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part number


d- 763-0044


I think this is the correct part number


God - I for one cannot wait!!!!!




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What are the gains ? Also how is this better then the stock box with RPI scoops.. Will they give 10% off of the ECU upgrade ?

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It would be really funny if they looked like the RPI scoops.

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$2499 - ouch

but if you pre-order it and pay for it before 3/31

they - Dinan -will honor the 10% discount



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OMG $2499, thats like about the same price as Gruppe M intake? Any pictures or dyno's?

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