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Intercooler

Hello gentlemen What is the recommendation in aftermarket Intercoolers.as I am starting to turbo my 3.2 and want to keep the air conditioning.
Old 06-05-2019, 11:34 PM
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Sorry just noticed you have a 3.2 that your converting to turbo. Not sure then disregard my advise.

I am also looking to purchase an intercooler. Just picked up an 89 coupe a few months back.

The Fabspeed kit looks well put together and claim some nice gains in hp and torque. I put on their supercup muffler and am real happy with it.

Let's here what others recommend.

Larry

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I'm in the same boat. My plan is to buy a full size IC which is meant for Mitsubishi Evo and have it modified, then I'll just try to put a single larger condenser in the front with a couple of 8 in. cooling fans.
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Talk to turbokraft, they will make something to your specifications.
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I'm in the same boat. My plan is to buy a full size IC which is meant for Mitsubishi Evo and have it modified, then I'll just try to put a single larger condenser in the front with a couple of 8 in. cooling fans.
My evoX intercooler set up.
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I want something looks like modified standard Square like RUF but cost less �� my Objective is show car with Corrector turbo set up and the most important is the sound of the west gets witch I am planning to install 2
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I have a half bay B&B in a cabinet in storage. I upgraded to a Turbokraft a few years back. Willing to part with the B&B at a reasonable price.
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I have a TurboKraft half bay on my 89. It is nice.
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My evoX intercooler set up.
Looks good!, do you have your A/C working? what is your condenser setup?
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scottrx7tt, what's supporting the intercooler from the back?
I've got an evo intercooler i still need to modify.
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Looks good!, do you have your A/C working? what is your condenser setup?
Yes A/C working. I fabbed up some 993 condensers. 1 in the front wheel well., another in the rear. Have a rennaire upgraded front condenser also a pro cooler. Currently getting temps in the 40s. Still not completely happy with my A/C set up, but want to believe itís slightly better than original factory set up.
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scottrx7tt, what's supporting the intercooler from the back?
I've got an evo intercooler i still need to modify.
The guy that modified the inlet location welded on some mounting nipples on the back of the intercooler. Just like the ones on the front. I was able to bend some flat aluminum bar stock from Home Depot from the back mounting Nipples down to some threaded holes in the Carrera intake. It is actually feels pretty strong, but I plan to pretty them up a little one day
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Searching for similar as this set up i have is out dated and the mounting brackets are home made.
Any info here about this machine or AMAG built 85 930 Slant nose? Iíve been searching...
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CRB07 What wing are you running? That thing is a work of ART!
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CRB07 What wing are you running? That thing is a work of ART!
Stock wing.
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CRB07 What wing are you running? That thing is a work of ART!
Thank you! That's our Billet Full-Width Intercooler, starting at $4200.

Here's our two smaller intercoolers that work with the 3.2L Carrera manifold:

TK Full-width Intercooler
Starting at $3100, bolt on with inlet & outlet charge pipes, manifold mounts



Half-bay Intercooler -- can keep original 930 A/C condenser in the wing
TK Starting at $2500, bolt on with inlet & outlet charge pipes, manifold mounts
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