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Is that Millbrae area your at? Very nice pics.
 

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nice job
 

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nice FX. Silver.... gooood :p
 

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mushutofu, yes, I live in Millbrae. How do ya know? airport background?

Thanks for the compliments, I recently did the Stillen CAI and the shift knob. FoxHawk helped me tremendously by personally wiring the IPOD wires from behind the headunit. Took him a while but he got it done! I am so grateful and impressed!!

mushutofu, where do you live? Around millbrae I suppose?
 

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I live in San Francisco but have a few friends that live in Millbrae
 

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notice any signifigant MPG improvement since CAI?
 

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Ha, maybe your friends live across from me. The guy does lots of mods to cars in the garage.

What other mods have you done to your FX?
 

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I noticed that the CAI had a little less back pressure when accelerating. MPG remained the same so far. But I've only used half of my tank. Will report back once I get more readings and gone through more fillups.
 

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After using one full tank of Chevron 87 octane. (nose bleed prices in bay area), I have concluded that the Stillen CAI did significantly improve my MPG.

I went from 16.7mpg stock of mixed city/hwy (75%) to 18.8mpg with Stillen. That's 2.1mpg improvement! I will continue to monitor the MPG and see if this reading is consistent.
 

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thanks stormy, way to go! ...keep us posted next week.
 

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I was wondering how did you get your shifter so low, did you cut the inside stick to get it so low.

Jim
 

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jim,

I didnt cut the stalk at all. There was a blue plastic piece from factory I removed, exposing the metal depressor stalk. I used that, while pressing down on the button of the MOMO knob, I installed it to where it is low enough but yet keeps the functions of the shifter. If it is depressed too low, the key can't be removed.
 

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Thanks for the info, will try it out later.

Jim
 

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Sure, let me know if you need anymore help. It took me awhile to figure out how to push the shift knob down...actually, you can punch a hole through the rubber cup as well, so u can lower the shift knob more if you like.
 

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maybe you could help me put one in when I get around to getting one.
 
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