What did you do to your M1 today

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Just got mine tinted the other day and also did the GT500 spoiler. Tint is 20% on the sides and back and I did a 5% brow on the windshield. Spoiler was super easy to install once I got the original one off. Have the rear GT500 splash guards I plan to do next.
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took out the hydrocarbon filter

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Over the weekend I got a JLT catch can on and the Corsa sport to extreme catback with double x pipe. It really doesn't drone, I was impressed. Xpel XR plus being installed now, 45% all around, 70% on the windshield.
 
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No problem, the only real difference I can tell is you can actually hear the air in the tube when you hit the throttle.
just got home and i can agree with this 100%, i heard more intake noise than i did before
 


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The hydrocarbon filter is "replaceable" but it's a bit of a pain to take out. I took it out along with the extra tube they installed to house it. The filter is post MAF, so im not worried about an MIL. It's easy to put back in if it does.

Do not like this big piece of paper and plastic in my intake.. tube...

Is this just a ‘22 thing they did for emissions?
 

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just got home and i can agree with this 100%, i heard more intake noise than i did before
Would you describe it as a good or bad noise?
 

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Would you describe it as a good or bad noise?
I think its a good noise, and I only hear it with the hood up in my garage. But it is less restrictive, which is a good point. I have put around 150 miles on mine since replacing the elbow with the GT350 piece, no CEL or issues with the car.
 

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Installed some Steeda goodies last night, still have a few to go, but put on the gt350 IRS bushing supports, subframe alignment sleeves(well 3 of them), IRS braces, and rear sway bar(non-HP car so I opted to do the bar upgrade).

Had a problem installing the RF subframe sleeve, 3 went in no problem, but it seems the nut side of that bolt in the frame is actually welded/tapped on an angle, so no way not how could I put the sleeve in and get the bolt in more than about 10 turns by hand before it started to bind. Without the sleeve, I could turn it in the whole way. I'm not brave enough to just run it in with the impact, even tried to shift the subframe, since springs are going in so it's going to need to be aligned, the bolt is on too much of an angle, also one of the 13MM brace bracket bolts was cross treaded by ford on the same side...I love this car but build quality is something to be desired...

Springs and front bar going in tonight. I wasn't going to do the springs right away, but since I moved the subframe around, I might as well stick the springs in.
 
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I assume you meant those:
https://www.steeda.com/steeda-555-5212-s550-low-profile-jacking-rails
They are supposed to be flush with pinch welds, so am I understanding it correctly that you can place the lifter pads over both the pinch welds and the rails and the pinch welds will be protected? Or are they really meant for jack stands only?
Yes, that is them. They actually stick out just below the pinch welds, so no damage will occur. My jack will fit anywhere on the rails with no damage to the pinch welds.
 

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Installed a FP catch can today and yesterday I installed SVE MHP1 wheels with 285/35/19 Michelin AS4s. The stock wheels with cup2 will be for track duty.

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the sve wheels look identical to the factory HP - this was before the swap so the factory wheel is on the car:
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I assume you meant those:
https://www.steeda.com/steeda-555-5212-s550-low-profile-jacking-rails
They are supposed to be flush with pinch welds, so am I understanding it correctly that you can place the lifter pads over both the pinch welds and the rails and the pinch welds will be protected? Or are they really meant for jack stands only?

They do stick out a tad like said, they work great with the quick jack, the rubber block has a much wider surface contact to hold the car vs the pinch weld alone.
 

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I think its a good noise, and I only hear it with the hood up in my garage. But it is less restrictive, which is a good point. I have put around 150 miles on mine since replacing the elbow with the GT350 piece, no CEL or issues with the car.

Yes only in the 22, they relocated the maf as a result and recalibrated the tune, this is the supposed 10 hp loss for 22. A few on the dyno showed similar whp to the 21 regardless.
 

 
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