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Let me tell you the story.

1. I took all the stock intake out. no problem
2. Cut the fender hole with a jig saw no problem

Now how to do I make the pipe fit between the battery and the fuse holder. Becuase right now in order for it to fit the battery is diagonal in its tray. The only way I can get the battery to sit right is to push pipe all the way down and then the filter hits the tire. I will have pics up tommorrow to show you guys what the problem is.
 

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Be aware you also need to cut the corner off the battery tray. Also if you have a large battery you may have a little problem fitting.

The filter may be very close to if not touching the splash guard.

Best thing to do is leave all the sleves loose and mess around with bends and lenghts . It will get in there.
 

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Maybe you cut the hole a little off? I have a hotshot and i didnt even need to grind down the battery tray. After i did it i realized it woulda fit with out grinding it.
 

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depenind on where you cut the hole towards you may be hitting the splash guard not allowing it to screw back on properly.
 

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I ended up cutting about 4 inches out of the pipe to avoid hitting the tire. Now there is only a little bulge in the splash gaurd
 
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