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i used a dremmel, but if u can get ur hands on a plasma cutter than that is def most recommended
 

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I used the Dremel with the small cutting discs, works well but the discs break frequently so it's kind of frustrating to have to change them every few minutes. Good Luck, this is the hardest part of the install everything else go's very smooth.
 

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A small saw and some elbow grease.....worked for me.
 

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^^^Yeah I started that thread about a week ago. I used a jig saw with metal cutting blade. JAcked up the car and took the wheel and inner fender wall out. Cut nothes out the metal and beat them back with a big hammer. Only took me about 20 mins.
 

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i just cut larger whole with jig saw hehe. BUt i had the luxury of using an AIR powered jig. Much smaller and handier heheh
 

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HI guys,
I reccomend Stillen for most of your Altima upgrades. I own a 98 altima .
My upgrades :
Stillen Heathers and downpipe
headers wrap
custom catback
Aero sport muffler
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Crane cams ignition amp
cranes cam HI perf coil
Magnacore 8.5 wires
UR underdrive pulley
NGK plugs
 

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nattyras said:
HI guys,
I reccomend Stillen for most of your Altima upgrades. I own a 98 altima .
My upgrades :
Stillen Heathers and downpipe
headers wrap
custom catback
Aero sport muffler
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Crane cams ignition amp
cranes cam HI perf coil
Magnacore 8.5 wires
UR underdrive pulley
NGK plugs

wtf dude? can't u read? he's asking what he should use to cut the hole where the cai piping goes down into your fender, not for an opinion on what parts supplier to use....
 

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nattyras said:
HI guys,
I reccomend Stillen for most of your Altima upgrades. I own a 98 altima .
My upgrades :
Stillen Heathers and downpipe
headers wrap
custom catback
Aero sport muffler
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Crane cams ignition amp
cranes cam HI perf coil
Magnacore 8.5 wires
UR underdrive pulley
NGK plugs
u recommend nothin with ur 1 post count and lack of literacy...sounds like u work for steallin or somethin....mmm...them heathers are quite yummy in our altimas...the last heather i had in my car rocked it alty:D
 

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hahahahahahaha...
 

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dremmel tool with a carbide cutting bit. It worked well and allowed for precision. It did take a little longer but in the end the hole was the perfect size for the CAI tube.
 
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