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Old 03-08-2012, 08:52 PM   #1
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Default Anyone have a ETS fmic for 04-07 STI?

Experience? Pics? Pros or Cons?

I did a search but turned up nada.

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Old 03-09-2012, 08:47 AM   #2
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Experience? Pics? Pros or Cons?

I did a search but turned up nada.

help
What do you want to know?

I have installed 3 of there 02-07 cores before. Very nice piece, but this was on cars we did custom piping on because we had a custom rotated kit and rotated intake manifolds. It is my #1 recommendation for an intercooler core.

I have also installed a 2010 FMIC kit which fit/performed great.
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Old 03-09-2012, 11:14 AM   #3
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I'm looking for the least painful route of installing a FMIC. I wanted to see what kind of cutting or trimming is needed, other modifications needed, pipe routing, and retainability of the factory fogs. stuff like that.

It will be for a Full Race TS GT35 setup on an '07. I have seen they a great DSM following. ETS is on my short list.
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Old 03-09-2012, 11:23 AM   #4
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I'm looking for the least painful route of installing a FMIC. I wanted to see what kind of cutting or trimming is needed, other modifications needed, pipe routing, and retainability of the factory fogs. stuff like that.

It will be for a Full Race TS GT35 setup on an '07. I have seen they a great DSM following. ETS is on my short list.
Shouldn't need anything more than trimming the bumper as far as core fitment, but the piping to the turbo I would think would need to be done in house since I doubt they can guess where the turbo is going to sit. I have my doubts about fog lights due to where the end tanks come off, but I could be wrong

One of the cars I put an ETS core on has a Full Race 40R kit. Nice combo of parts.

Here is the 3.5 core on a GD

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thanks for the help. maybe i could get the cold side piping and have a shop do the hotside?
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Old 03-09-2012, 03:20 PM   #6
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thanks for the help. maybe i could get the cold side piping and have a shop do the hotside?
Not your thinking... unless you are going to rotate the intake manifold in which case you should just have both hot and cold piping down locally... that was what it came down to for us...
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Not your thinking... unless you are going to rotate the intake manifold in which case you should just have both hot and cold piping down locally... that was what it came down to for us...
copy that. core only.
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Core only is no problem, +1 for no limit support!
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