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RWD 19xx-1984 DeVille and Fleetwood,
1985-1996 Fleetwood and Brougham Forum Discussion, Woodburn in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Link to vid A quicky little waste of rubber............
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    Arrow Woodburn

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    A quicky little waste of rubber.........

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    One-leggers do great burn-outs don't they! Once you get bigger rubber and a posi under it though, it's a different story. Less show, more go
    Unless you really want to play, then it's more fun still because now I can do donuts!
    BTW, the car sounds nice too, what exhaust are you using?

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    Yeah, I just learned to do donuts yesterday..........

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    The exaust is stock, the sound is comming from the homemade cold air intake.


    BTW, here is a vid of the exaust. The banging WAS coming out of the pipes! i wasn't banging on anything!!

    Link to Vid

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    That's the best video yet! (round 'n round)

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    Makes me wish I had RWD on my Caddy! Try a bigger parking lot next time. I was waiting for you to hit the building. Got a little flashback of doing donuts with my "69" SS El Camino and "69" 442.

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    Thats a great sounding car. tell me more about your home made cold air intake.

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    Just a $19 cone filter frome Autozone, a <$1 piece of 3" sewer pipe, $2 3" conector, and a $1 hockey puck.

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    Dont those cone filters really suck when it comes to filtration??

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    :shrug: that is just the opposite of what I've heard.........

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    Do they actually filter better than stock, because I have heard that stock filters filter better, and dont offer that much more restriction....

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    Keep a K&N clean and lubricated, and it's every bit as good as stock.

    But yeah, if you let it go to long without using one of those "Filter-charger" kits on it and you might have problems.

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