So this is how the final installed kit looks. If anyone else wants to do this set up, I can email you the template I used or I can put you in contact with my sheet metal guy. It's $150 for parts and labor to build it. At any rate I have not decided what I am going to do with it finish wise, but I may get it polished out at some point or high temp black paint. I should really do a DIY on it, because the mounting points were all at different levels varying from 3/4" to 1 1/2" so I just used a pipe cutting wheel and chopped a few pieces of cold rolled steel tubing to create "spacers" to level off the base of the heatshield/bracket piece.
Blue arrow shows where I incorporated the hose clamp from the OEM airbox to support this stretch of noise-pipe. There is enough flex in that stretch still to allow for engine movement.
Orange arrow is where the output feed from the meth pump (hidden under the rectangle bent hood) is routed on it's way to tap into the intake pipe. I followed the hose below that with zip ties to keep it on tidy mode.
Red arrow illustrates where I placed the easy on-off studs which are threaded through the aforementioned spacers to level this piece off. The whole heatshield/bracket assembly can be unbuttoned and pulled out as an entire part in less than 2 minutes with a 7mm ratchet driver. Easy as piss.
Modified by iModTTS at 9:03 AM 7/31/2009