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fitting problem. weird too.

i just got this upper in from cheetah racing bodies. great job they did and all. but im wondering how the ram air ducts will fit into it. coz they come with air ducts that are shaped into them already. has anybody had this experience. or maybe some advice!!! should i cut it out or jus leave it as is?? tryin to figure out what to do so i could get it painted. thanks guyz

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oh ya by d wat this is for a 04
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your OEm street upper has black perforated plastic peices that are the front ram air openings. on the OEM upper these are separate peices that screw in from the back. On your street aftermarket peice, these are integrated into the front upper. leave the black ram air vents on the stock OEM upper and just slip the ram tubes into the back of the ones integrated into this upper. you may have to fiddle with it as the cheetahs arent a perfect fit, and IMO not a good choice for street use. Just slide it on over the tubes.

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