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    Custom FMIC setup with T-bolts

    I've got a custom FMIC setup for sale. We decided to part the car out so we wont be needing this.

    I believe we have a t-bolt for just about every connection but we may not have bought enough for every single one. Either way you'll get over 20 t-bolts for it. My one recommendation would be to buy a bigger core as this one is kinda small, but if you want to keep your crash bar then this is the core for you as it fits behind the crashbar.

    To give you an idea how it looks off the car but assembled for reference when installing it:





    Asking 400 plus shipping for it. We've got way more into it as just the couplers and t-bolts were over 200.

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    too bad it isn't black piping...

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    I know a guy that does powdercoating really cheap near me, he did a set of my rims and they turned out great

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    what size is the piping? what are the dimensions on the core? i like how the two pipes merge, because it looks like it would be less restricting on the size of an oil cooler on that side; but the piping looks a tad small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inperfectdarkness View Post
    what size is the piping? what are the dimensions on the core? i like how the two pipes merge, because it looks like it would be less restricting on the size of an oil cooler on that side; but the piping looks a tad small.
    I'll check on the core size. The pipes coming from the turbos are all 2 inch. And when it goes into 1 pipe it goes down to 2.5 inches. 3 inch could be used rather easily if someone wanted to replace the 2.5 inch piping with 3 inch.

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