- Feb 28, 2011
- Vacaville, CA
Here are some pics of my install. I chose to install the I/C without modifying the inlet or outlet. I also wanted to add an air oil cooler, and keep the A/C and fog lights. I used a 1G power steering cooler. I sectioned the bumper beam, cutting out a piece and re-welding it back together. My piping is 2 1/4" off the 20G, then transitions almost imediately via exaust reducer to 2 1/2". The 2 1/2" bend on the hot side was tough to fit around the radiator, but I wanted to step up the pipe size before the bend. I used 2 1/2" silicone 90's to attach the piping to the I/C, which greatly simplified installation. I made the upper I/C pipe one piece, two with a coupling would have been easier. Your intake and battery set up will determine your upper I/C pipe route. Overall, I'm very happy with my install. The I/C fits perfectly within the bumper cover, and looks factory.