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You have to spin the inlet pipe (to the intercooler) around a little bit to get the intercooler to sit flush. No big deal at all. Just grab the pipe and twist it. It is only held in by compression when the intercooled is bolted down. People will tell you to be wary of ripping the o-rings, but there should be enough oil in the tract that all you have to do is wipe some of it on the orange o-rings. In all seriousness, just grab the pipe and rotate it until the intercooler is sitting flush. All should be fine.
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Old 02-02-2008, 07:39 PM
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