Install Video – Rear Quarter Inlet Ports for Chevrolet C7 Stingray / Z06 Pn 45-4-011

Install Video – Rear Quarter Inlet Ports for Chevrolet C7 Stingray / Z06 Pn 45-4-011

Brand New Video Install Video – Rear Quarter Inlet Ports for Chevrolet C7 Stingray!

At ACS we thought it was high time for another in our popular series of videos that show clearly ACS parts install just like the OEM Versions, quick, easy, and intended. This is definitely the case with our rear quarter inlet ports that are designed for the C7 Stingray and Z06 models. Optimized for design and performance enhancement, increasing airflow to the rear intercooler while cleaning the look of the quarters. Take a look at the video and you will see that this 100% OEM part is ingeniously designed for easy fitting using three mechanical fasteners that are, of course, supplied with every order.

As always with our install videos you will be treated to a clear, well documented video that runs through every stage of the installation process, assuming no prior knowledge. As expected a hard copy of the instructions is also included with each set.

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A few simple tools are required for the install;

  • T15 Screw Driver
  • 7,8, & 10 mm wrenches
  • Trim Tool

That’s everything you need along with the parts supplied. It really is that simple and following the video just makes it that bit simpler! All the T15 screws that need removing are clearly shown so that your job will be clearly defined before you start and you’ll feel entirely comfortable getting underway. Once the screws and nuts are removed a little bit of oomph may be required to pull free the main part to make removing the original quarter easier. Then, you’ll see that the original holes just need re-sizing a little to fit your stylish new rear quarter port. You’ll be left with the simple job of replacing the screws and a brand new rear quarter inlet port will be yours to admire!

Product can be found here, Pn 45-4-011

Here is a link to the video. Enjoy!

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