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Old 06 May 2004, 12:25 pm
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i will be testing a larger hand made FMIC soon and i wanted to know if anyone else would be interested in this product. pricing hasn't been set in stone yet but i know it will be a deal. on the srt4 neon they saw a 40degree drop in temp at the throttle body over the stock cooler. COOLER AIR MEANS MORE POWER I LIKE POWER!!!!!!

sorry i got carried away with myself.

thanks just looking for some feedback
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Old 06 May 2004, 01:47 pm
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it'll fit?
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Bigger would be nice, but these things usually cost a pant-load, and installation is a b***h. If it's reasonable and a bolt-on, I would be interested, but wouldn't we need a larger lower grill opening?

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Old 06 May 2004, 03:51 pm
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tthrift,

Let us know how it goes, Hector (exhaust depot) made a post about it and said you would be the test subject.
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Bigger would be nice, but these things usually cost a pant-load, and installation is a b***h. If it's reasonable and a bolt-on, I would be interested, but wouldn't we need a larger lower grill opening?

[|)] I agree, where would we put it and have it actually see more air? I am still for it though!
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The FMIC will be taller and also thicker than the factory one. The grill is plenty to get enough air into it. The srt-4 one runs for 650. The GT will most likely be less being that it will be a smaller core.

THis will be a 100% bolt on piece. On the srt i got 20hp to the wheels with the stock turbo! Mind you this is running 16-17psi!

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I would most definitely be interested in a larger intercooler. It would be nice if it was 100% boltin, but that ain't no deal breaker. Keep us apprised!

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ill buy a stock gt one for $100 when you guys do the switch.
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Any new news on this???
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