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Cloud in the Wind
46 years old
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Columbia, MD
Born Dec-2-1972
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Year: 2002
Make: Dodge
Model: Stratus R/T
Trim: R/T
Body Style: Coupe
Engine: 6g72
Trans: MT
From: Columbia, MD
Color: Indy Red
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5 Feb 2008
Yes, I still have my original Dreamspeed CAI. I see that they are now long defunct but mine is suffering hard from dry rot. In fact, all my intake hoses back to the TB are going to need replacing. I know I can get replacements from Summit Racing, but I'm not positive about the dimensions. Does anyone happen to know the diameters of the rubber hose connections between all of the CAI pipes including the 90deg hose to the TB (that was a stock part btw).
5 Feb 2008
Hi all, long time no post!

I pulled an SES light the other day after replacing my clutch, second set of plugs and wires and second timing belt etc etc. SES turned out to be an O2 volt alarm. Bank 1 Sensor 1. Autozone says its the one above the cat on the 2-4-6 side (the side of the engine next to the firewall). Can I get to this without taking the intake plenum off? If so, ugh.
1 Jun 2007
Hey All! Been a long time. I have one of the original Dreamspeed CAIs still on the car. Its been years, the finish is tarnished but it still works and sounds great. Thing is, the rubber fittings between the pipes have all cracked and started to decay. I really need to replace them. I know I can get them from Summit Racing, but I need the inside and outside diameters. I know, I could measure them myself, but I'm really note sure they would hold together if I took them off, measured and reinstalled. Yeah, they're that bad off.

I sent an e-mail to dreamspeed but no response so far. Anyone have an idea?
14 Jun 2005
Starting to plan for the 100k service. Other than an alignment at 60k, I haven't visited any of these major repairs. What's the concensus? Am I missing anything, is there anything I can skip?

-Change plugs and wires (platinum plugs)
-New Ignition Rotor?
-Distributor Cap?
-Radiator Flush
-New Radiator Cap
-Manual Tranny flush
-Power steering fluid flush?
-New Belts
-Timing Belt
-Water Pump

Struts are on the wish list. I'm on new rubber all the way 'round. Love to get a new windshield, but I'll break out the RainX and suffer a while longer.
26 May 2005
I honestly don't believe I have a Strut problem because I don't hear the knocking sounds all the time, or when cornering. I only hear it on particularlly bumpy stretches of underconstruction roads ... Pharm - think anywhere you drive in Silver Spring for example.

Anyhow, my Deyeme Front and Rear mounts are practically the oldest performance parts on my car. Anyone have an idea on their longevity? Not kidding, I've got 70,000mi on them. Original struts too for that matter but damnit, I just don't believe it.

I'm not super bouncy or nothing. Ride is a little stiffer than original in fact. Well, I feel the bumps more.

Any ideas?
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