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Old 06-24-2006, 04:36 PM
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How does it get cold??? A cold air intake doesn't mean it will turn cold. Frostbite??? c'mon now...
Ok, not frost bite, but it's cool, it doesn't get warm at all. His filter is located right under the car though...
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Good job on your template BTW.
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Good job on your template BTW.
Thanks! It only took me about 20 minutes to do too I'm gonna go to home depot and see if they have some aluminum sheets...
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Where'd you learn to do AutoCad? Aren't you only like 17? I learned when I was 16, I went to a drafting high school for two years while still taking class at my regular high school. I now do it full time as a Fire Alarm Systems Designer.
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Where'd you learn to do AutoCad? Aren't you only like 17? I learned when I was 16, I went to a drafting high school for two years while still taking class at my regular high school. I now do it full time as a Fire Alarm Systems Designer.
I took Tech. class at school. Last year, he taught us autodad and we had to build something after designing it. This year, we got inventor 10 which is such a cool designing program...the posibilities are endless. I don't have it at home though, and it costs about $800 Oh and i'm 18, my birthday was 2 days ago
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I took Tech. class at school. Last year, he taught us autodad and we had to build something after designing it. This year, we got inventor 10 which is such a cool designing program...the posibilities are endless. I don't have it at home though, and it costs about $800 Oh and i'm 18, my birthday was 2 days ago
Hmm I've never heard of inventor 10. We do use Architectural Desktop though, and that is great. Autocad is expensive as hell. Isn't it something like 8 grand??? I wish I had it on my home computer, but I'm not spending that kind of money just for that.

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Hmm I've never heard of inventor 10. We do use Architectural Desktop though, and that is great. Autocad is expensive as hell. Isn't it something like 8 grand??? I wish I had it on my home computer, but I'm not spending that kind of money just for that.

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My friend's dad had autocad at his office, so my friend made me a copy w. a crack file

Here's some inventor 10 info... http://newsletters.hagerman.com/news...ul29-Mech4.htm
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Sorry , have to throw this in [I] Go Microstation.[/I]
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he must have the new sub-zero intercooler.

The cutout looks great so far.
I need to do something similar myself.
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Great Job, Looks great. If someone would like I have Autodesk Inventor 10 coming in the mail. The program is huge tho 3.2 gig DVD-rom.
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