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    Thread: IE 24V SAI Block Off Plates In Stock and On Sale!

    1. 02-16-2012 02:00 PM #1
      Only $54.99! Buy Here

      These plates allow the removal of the
      entire secondary air injection / combi valve system, including the large
      injection pump. This results in a much cleaner looking engine bay, as
      well as less clutter and more room for you to get in there and wrench on
      your ride. We CNC machine these plates from 6061 aluminum alloy to
      ensure a perfect fit, and a beautiful looking piece! The installation is
      completed with a new gasket, hose fitting, and stainless steel socket
      head hardware.

      Comes standard in red anodized finish.




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      02-16-2012 09:16 PM #2
      Do you have a DIY for SAI removal?

    3. 02-17-2012 12:57 AM #3
      No we do not have a diy just yet but we are working on one.

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      02-17-2012 01:32 AM #4
      SAI, is this an totally unnecessary part then? Deals with smog, no? Does the removal create a CEL or is a special tune needed? Like a clean engine bay but I don't know much about what the SAI does.

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      02-18-2012 02:21 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by gabe@bwperformance View Post
      No we do not have a diy just yet but we are working on one.
      IN for a DIY.. I would love to delete the SAI and combi valve apparatus, but want to make sure i am doing this exactly correct.
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      02-18-2012 02:46 PM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by gabe@bwperformance View Post
      No we do not have a diy just yet but we are working on one.
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      02-18-2012 03:27 PM #8
      I hate that damn ugly pump as well.

      Quote Originally Posted by VeeRsixx View Post
      I would love to delete the SAI and combi valve apparatus.
      I keep itching to do this. I would LOVE a much cleaner engine bay.
      So want to do a battery relocate as well.

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      02-19-2012 03:43 PM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by gabe@bwperformance View Post
      No we do not have a diy just yet but we are working on one.


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      02-20-2012 10:52 AM #12
      sub'd for the DIY then I will pick one up!
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      02-20-2012 06:49 PM #13
      I did this over the weekend. Dont have enough pictures to do a detailed write up, but it really is quite easy. Took about 1.5 hrs, without much direction on my part. You take the plate and assemble it with thread seal tape...

      Disconnect the large hose, and brown ground to the piece under the throttle body and unbolt the unit with 3 allens. Space is tight, so you may need to revert back to McGuyver tactics. I had to take off my intake piping to make some extra room.

      Install the plate with gasket, and new hardware thats provided. Recconnect the hose to the back with existing clamp.

      Securly jack up the car, and remove the pump with three bolts. Remove pump, bracket and hose that leads up to the removed unit.
      Everything that needs to be removed can be seen here...

      Its a ****ty write up, but I hope this helps someone.

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      02-20-2012 06:52 PM #14
      Bay pics requested for how much "wrench room" is opened up!
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    13. 02-21-2012 12:58 AM #15
      The other thing you can do to keep from any codes popping up is to put a 1/2 watt 1,000ohm resistor in the connector where the smog pump went.


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      04-02-2012 04:56 PM #25
      I wish we could have this for mk5.

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