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Pictures of my intercooler


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Finaly, it is welded !!

Will install it this weekend...

yipee !!

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The parts needed to do the installation, still some work to do on them to look clean...

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Pat Allen

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The car is already very fun to drive, what i like the most is that i dont need to throtle it down to just "go", it have enough humpf to go away very fast, and faster if i want...

I will start by lowering my timing retards/boost values and then see what will happen, maybe i will raise the boost from its ~12 psi to some 15-16 psi..

Pat Allen

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Mine cost for now 60$ in labor (welding) and 150$ for the cores.

so...210$ for a HUGE intercooler, done per my specs.

A spearco core half the size of mine is about 500$ (including shiping, taxes, money transfer,...), and that is JUST the core...

Sure that it may be more efficient, but id bet that mine will be efficient enough to make me smile

:):):)

Pat Allen

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