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Old 03-01-2004, 09:58 PM
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I am going to be running a to4e or similar on currently n/a car, I want to do a v mount ic/radiator setup, and need any info you can give on it. please?



I'm willing to go fmic, but i think v mount would be better for me, and the engine, but if its too expensive, then fmic it is.
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Old 03-01-2004, 10:03 PM
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v-mount will end up being more expensive because you'll have to get a vented hood.
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vented hood is not a necessity for a v mount, it helps though
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Old 03-01-2004, 10:09 PM
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no, i already have plans to make one out of a stock n/a hood, and a shop to do it, for free so all I have to do is paint and install.



does anyone know of a kit to install v mount, that comes with brackets and all? or will it be something I have to go about alone?
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do it yourself, it will save you half the amount of a fabricated kit
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Originally Posted by venomrx7' date='Mar 1 2004, 10:58 PM
I am going to be running a to4e or similar on currently n/a car, I want to do a v mount ic/radiator setup, and need any info you can give on it. please?



I'm willing to go fmic, but i think v mount would be better for me, and the engine, but if its too expensive, then fmic it is.
Its to expensive for you.
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Old 03-01-2004, 10:15 PM
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thats what I figured, fikse,

i will be able to order ic's, and tubing, and turbochargers at wholesale in a few weeks, I'm opening a business, the rx7 is going to be my demo car that i take to shows and races to do a little advertising.

and i have buddies with a machine shop, they just got a cad programmable cnc machine so they can make stuff for me, and as far as what ic to use, what do you reccomend? I was looking at spearco and some others, and really don't even know what i was looking at. I am thinking about putting a nitrous sprayer on the front to help cooling in hard driving conditions, but that will come later, for now, i just need to get an Ic mounted before i repaint, or install the engine back in.
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You can go NPR intercooler hunting they arent to Expensive and work great from what I have seen!
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Originally Posted by RX7 13B 4 UR AZZ' date='Mar 1 2004, 11:18 PM
You can go NPR intercooler hunting they arent to Expensive and work great from what I have seen!
how old are they



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Old 03-01-2004, 10:24 PM
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here are the brands of ic's that i can choose from



Greddy

Apex i

ARC

XS engineering



what out of those is best, and what demensions should i get?
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