OK, seeing as I did this months ago, this is LONG overdue. This is a general how to, assuming you know basically what you're doing already. The hot pipe routing is not ideal and I'll probably be redoing it eventually. Also, you really should use a slim fan if you're running 2.5" piping.
If you'd like to bead your pipes after you make the cuts in them, please see this link for a very cool little home made tool:
Here is the hot pipe, uncut Ubend from the CX racing kit... a 2-2.5" coupler is needed, or different size if you've gone with different size IC piping.
Down there, you can see where it connects to the uncut 90* pipe from the kit
Don't really like this routing, but it works for now. The 90* pipe comes through the spash guard, and connects to a cut Ubend.. you can see that the joint isn't perfect... that and just the fact that its very exposed makes me want to change this eventually.
OK, onto the cold side... a 45* pipe, uncut from the kit, also notice that a piece of the frame has been notched and bent back to clearance for the pipe.
another 45* pipe was cut, and a 45 coupler was used to get through the CAI hole. After the BOV pipe, I cheated, using a turbolife cold pipe that I cut... I'm planning on using the cut off section as an intake, seeing as it already has a recirc fitting that is over an inch in diameter.
and here, you can see it a few weeks later, very dusty, with the BOV recirculated.
Routing option copying CS FMIC kit: