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Old 07-25-2006, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default Wat FMIC are u running with ur Perrin Reverse mount kit??

like title says.... wat fmic are u running with ur reverse mount kit... im wondering becuase i have an ssautochrome fmic right now, which i think is an awsome unit... but im wondering do i need a new front mount to bolt on this turbo kit?? thanks

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Old 07-25-2006, 09:33 PM   #2
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You mean rotated kit right? Look through Freons posts in the SSautochrome thread. I think he is rotated. Anyways, all you need to do just like any other kit is madify the pipes on the turbo side to fit. That's what I'm doing.
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Old 07-25-2006, 09:36 PM   #3
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BAM!!

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I found pics I had taken during install:








http://freon.shackspace.com/car/perringt30r/
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Old 07-25-2006, 09:58 PM   #4
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wow, this is going to suck, lol but i guess its worth saving the cash

thanks for the help
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Old 07-25-2006, 10:27 PM   #5
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I'm also using the xspower/ssautochrome fmic with the perrin rotated gt35r kit.

I called Perrin and they sent me an aluminum coupler which allows it to bolt right up to the fmic. I didn't feel like re-clocking the compressor housing so we trimmed about an inch off one of the fmic pipes (to make up for the extra distance from the perrin-supplied coupler). If I reclocked the turbo it would have been do-able.

I'll dig up some pics.
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Old 07-25-2006, 11:34 PM   #6
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I'm also using the xspower/ssautochrome fmic with the perrin rotated gt35r kit.

I called Perrin and they sent me an aluminum coupler which allows it to bolt right up to the fmic. I didn't feel like re-clocking the compressor housing so we trimmed about an inch off one of the fmic pipes (to make up for the extra distance from the perrin-supplied coupler). If I reclocked the turbo it would have been do-able.

I'll dig up some pics.
Hells yeah, and get us some part numbers.
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Old 07-26-2006, 01:17 AM   #7
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I'm also using the xspower/ssautochrome fmic with the perrin rotated gt35r kit.

I called Perrin and they sent me an aluminum coupler which allows it to bolt right up to the fmic. I didn't feel like re-clocking the compressor housing so we trimmed about an inch off one of the fmic pipes (to make up for the extra distance from the perrin-supplied coupler). If I reclocked the turbo it would have been do-able.

I'll dig up some pics.
pics pics pics pics...........



please!!!!!!!
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Old 07-26-2006, 01:40 AM   #8
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wow, this is going to suck
It wasn't that bad. Those pics show you exactly how to do it and what you'll need. I didn't think it was that bad and I had to figure it out on my own during the install process.
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Old 07-26-2006, 01:54 AM   #9
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pics pics pics pics...........



please!!!!!!!

Seriously, this sounds like a adapter to make your FMount bolt directly up to a rotated kit. If this is true than f'in sweet. But, there are no pics on Perrins site of such a coupler.
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Old 07-26-2006, 03:34 PM   #10
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ok, if wat hes saying is accurate... and we have no reason to doubt him right now, this would be incredible!! hopefully he comes through
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if you have something like an aps or perrin FMIC... then you have all you need included...
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Old 07-26-2006, 03:51 PM   #12
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if you have something like an aps or perrin FMIC... then you have all you need included...
hey man hows it going? neway.. i have an ssautochrome fmic... so no luck there..... but im looking into the element tuning time attack sti's whole turbo kit... might go that route
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u def. should. it's all ready to go... and you obviously won't have fitment issues.
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Here is the thread regarding my fitment problem with the perrin gt35r kit and the ssautochrome/xspower fmic. My post is #45 and Jeff Perrin replied not long after. I posted some pics too. Link

The downside when using the aluminum coupler is that the ic piping off the turbo goes 2.5"-->2 1/8" --> 2" --> 2.5"

It would be better to replace the tube that goes right after the compressor outlet with a 2.5" piece and use a 2.5" 90 degree silicone elbow to hook up with the IC.
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Can't wait to order mine! Thanks for the pic. However, this is not listed anywhere on the Perrin website. I e-mailed them.
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Here is the thread regarding my fitment problem with the perrin gt35r kit and the ssautochrome/xspower fmic. My post is #45 and Jeff Perrin replied not long after. I posted some pics too. Link

The downside when using the aluminum coupler is that the ic piping off the turbo goes 2.5"-->2 1/8" --> 2" --> 2.5"

It would be better to replace the tube that goes right after the compressor outlet with a 2.5" piece and use a 2.5" 90 degree silicone elbow to hook up with the IC.
^^^im going to order those pieces.

What did you have to do with the COLD side pipe. how was the fitment there? did you cut/lengthen anything....or just adjust. please detail what you did....thanks...


also, what did you do/use for the bov return line back to the intake???
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Maybe buy the 2.5" 90 degree weld-on elbows that almost everyone (aside from subarus) uses. It should help with fitment.

http://www.atpturbo.com/Merchant2/me...egory_Code=PPB
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None of these are 90 degree bends. Nevermind. I see!
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stock BOV?
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... wats wrong with stock bov?
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... wats wrong with stock bov?
It doesn't make the mad tyte pffff pffff y0!

A lot of people think the stock BPV can't hold more than 19-20psi.
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Here is what I had to cut on the IC piping.



Yeah stock BOV... I crushed it to stop it from leaking after that pic was taken... it surges a little bit now but holds boost. It will get switched with a TiAl eventually. I have the IC piping wrapped now and the alky injection nozzle mounted and working, but my clutch is done and I'm not so sure about the shortblock.
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also, what did you do/use for the bov return line back to the intake???
You are supposed to re-use the stock bov recirculation tube and hook it in with the new hose that comes with the perrin kit. I didn't realize at the time of the install and cut the stock recirculation tube to facilitate removal. I'm sporting the home depot special and no I won't post any pics of it Just take your time taking everything apart and do NOT cut the bov recirculation tube.
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nice install jay! thats a txs fmic right?
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