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Old 04-27-2006, 10:10 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by sk8erord
Any thoughts? Will a baja turbo hood work for this application? (A search indicates that it might...)

We're basically swapping a stock USDM STi EJ25 + drivetrain into a 98 legacy chassis and need a hood to work with the TMIC. We're not really interesting in going FMIC, as we don't want the lag and aren't likely to swap to a larger turbo anytime soon.
If you are staying stock or near stock, the GT hood should work. I know Kraziken has been running his STi with a stock scoop, also xcntrk75 has been running a stock scoop with his 300whp beast. I as well am running a stock scoop, but have no real experience to back it up. We will see this summer. They may be looking for larger scoops as the power levels increase, I know the issue has been brought up on the board previously.

There is a bit of the intercooler that sticks past the front of the opening if you only remove portions of the scoop by unbolting the blockout. I want to to a little fab work right up against the edge and turn the hood down to make a seal on the intercooler, and fasten a piece in the rear and on the sides to create a seal around the face of the intercooler The stock scoop also allows for a small chimney on the one side if you should so choose to pipe to.

Either way, good luck with the swap, and have fun!

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Last edited by UTCiv; 04-27-2006 at 10:17 PM.
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