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Old 11-07-2006, 11:15 PM   #1
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Im looking at getting a p1sc procharger kit and was wondering how straight forward the install actualy is. about how long will it take and how involved is the install, i don't wanna bite off more than i can chew.
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The install is not that hard, just takes time.. Use common sense and read the entire manual before starting..........
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Took me and my wife about 8 hours to get it all done. I think the instructions are fairly straight forward, Its somthing you can do in your garage but a lift helps.
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If you can put together a piece of pre-assembled furniture, you can install an ATI ProCharger. I have a lot of pic's in the project car section of my website of ProChargers getting installed. Bob
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thanks for the advice, i saw an install article once and they had a few problems and it seemed to be pretty difficult. but i think im gonna save and give it a try.
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