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The shield came with the intake, not sure where to get just the filter shield? As for it fitting around the CPE filter I am not sure, there is plenty of room left over with the injen filter installed so I would imagine the CPE filter would fit but I am just guessing.Is that a shield for the filter i see?? Where did you get that? Also do you know if that will fit around the CPE filter?[/b]
CPE and Injen both recommend 93 octane with their products to get the most gains, although I have used 87 with no problems other than small loss of power on acceleration. And no it was not tuned to an aftermarket exhaust.Replied to your PM.
One question- I'm assuming the answer based on what you are selling, but it's still worth asking- is the CPE box tune for an aftermarket exhaust?
You mention that it's set to use 93octane. Is that a necessity and what kind of advantage does it give?
I guess that's two questions. :yesnod:[/b]
Last question: what year vehicle was the CPE MAF box designed for? [@OP/SteveSpeed]CPE and Injen both recommend 93 octane with their products to get the most gains, although I have used 87 with no problems other than small loss of power on acceleration. And no it was not tuned to an aftermarket exhaust.[/b]
Mine was a 2004 6S 3.0L, you would have to contact CPE for an accurate answer to that question, as I would just be guessing.Last question: what year vehicle was the CPE MAF box designed for? [@OP/SteveSpeed]
If not a 2005 (like mine) is this compatible? @anyone[/b]
They fit, I had them on a 04 with the ebiach sportline spring with no rubbing issuies, even with my fata$$ friend in the backseatdamn... i live like 15 mins away from you...
i'm might be interested in the rims if they'll fit with that offset?[/b]
To tell you the truth, I blew my warranty way before I bolted the exhaust on. But like you said, I too have read that if you use Mazda Products, it will not void the warranty. But to answer that for sure you would have to call Mazda customer service....Did you install the MS exhaust at a local dealership? Because i think i read something that you have to instal it at dealship.
And did you get your exhaust warranty off because you install ms exhaust?
also, pm sent.
If I search High and Low I might find something, but as for warranty and install.. I never even checked if there was a warranty, my neighbor is the parts manager at the manufacturing plant in Flatrock MI. and that is where I got this exhaust from, so if I had an issue with it, I would have just gone to him, but in the 5000 miles I have had the exhaust, NOT A PROBLEM, it is top quality no rust sounds great, plus I waxed the chrome on the exhaust every weekend to keep it looking new. As for install, common sense can carry you through that part, just put it on just like the old one came off. NO modification is necessary for this install, I took the stock exhaust off and had this one on in less than 1/2 Hr including jacking the car...free bump!
still interested in exhaust, and i forgot to ask, do you stil have the original installation manual and warranty sheet?[/b]