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Need intercooler for 3.2 plenum

I need to get an inter cooler for a 3.2 plenum 930. I had one made that came out all wrong and now want a guaranteed piece.
I don't want to go to Blown 6 after hearing all of the controversy surrounding payments and not getting the inter cooler.
So if anybody has a suggestion, please let me know as I am about to go insane.
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:24 AM
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I have a C2T intercooler for sale if you are interested...

Please contact me at gab965@gmail.com
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why don't you custom build one.
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Gerhart, at Bell Intercoolers....contact him, he has a design for the 3.2 intake..... allot fo folks with efi are running the I/C, and it not all that expensive....
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Yerman: I had one made and they made a flop out of it (200 degree air intake temp @ 14 Psi, 2nd dyno pass) I just want an intercooler and need it fast. I have a nice core for sale if anyone is interested.

Turbobrat: How much horse can the one that you speak of hold? I am going to look him up.

Porscharacer: I sent you a PM
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quite a bit... i heard a figure of 800 Hp or so.... if I remember correctly... here is the website..
http://www.bellintercoolers.com/index.html
I believe DonE and a few others came up with the design... I will post a picture of the I/C in a few minutes
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here is a picture...

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Turbo brat, I just looked at the site, they look very professional.... But look very expensive. I know beggers cant be choosers but they seem pricey. What do you think I could expect to pay for a 700 horse intercooler?
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Wow! That looks good- I like
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Turbo brat, I just looked at the site, they look very professional.... But look very expensive. I know beggers cant be choosers but they seem pricey. What do you think I could expect to pay for a 700 horse intercooler?
I think they go for around $1600.
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930gt..... you have PM...

Yerman cars, a few hundred less....
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goingsuperfast.com has them . I use them on my car!
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goingsuperfast.com has them . I use them on my car!
I think 930gt-40r is looking for an intercooler of higher quality.

Alot of people that end up buying them, end up selling them. I think they are ok for low boost levels, just like there headers.

Once you get over 400rwhp, it is a whole different ball game.
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I think 930gt-40r is looking for an intercooler of higher quality.

Alot of people that end up buying them, end up selling them. I think they are ok for low boost levels, just like there headers.

Once you get over 400rwhp, it is a whole different ball game.
I could have not said it better......
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Im just so p!ssed that the I/C that I had made turned out badly that I just want to get it done so I can make a real horsepower pass. The Intercooler made 200 degree air temps at 14 Psi and 400 Hp. I took the I/c off and used a bypass pipe instead of the I/C and I swear that it has cooler temps than the I/C put out. If I am not imagining this, it means that the end tanks I had made were so bad that the air was compressing inside, heating up, and releasing into the intake. Either way I need to come to a conclusionan so I could make the numbers that the car deserves. 400 isnt a bad number, but for efi and a T-4 it is really sub-par.
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I think 930gt-40r is looking for an intercooler of higher quality.

Alot of people that end up buying them, end up selling them. I think they are ok for low boost levels, just like there headers.

Once you get over 400rwhp, it is a whole different ball game.
yeah makes sense.. I would call spearco and see if they can make one.. bell is fine as well
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I got mine from Gerhard @ Bell Intercooler as well. Different design than DonE's but works very very well. Even on a 90+F days, my intake air temp is has less than 10F variance between idle, cruise and hard on track for 30min.
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Those bells look like they kick @$$, I would really like to get one, The only way I wouldnt get a Bell is if someone performs a miracle on the big core that I have.
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Those bells look like they kick @$$, I would really like to get one, The only way I wouldnt get a Bell is if someone performs a miracle on the big core that I have.
what do you need changed? We can do most mods that may need to be done
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I could have AMS build one for you, or you could just buy my new one.
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