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    would this intercooler be ok??


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    Thats what i have.
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    what piping would i need?

    would i get away with cutting the oe pipe back on the turbo side and then replace piping upto top hat?

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    The piping upto the top hat i used 63mm as i have the enlarged tophat which is 63mm as well. For the turbo im not to sure if it will fit over the intercooler mate but it is worth a try, i think alot of people change them as they suck flat on boost. I used the pipe from courtenay to go from the turbo towards the intercooler thena 51mm to a 63mm to the intercooler.
    Hope that makes sense?lol

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    how can something suck flat on boost that still makes me laugh
    courtney stage 3 zafira,Mitsubishi evo geek mapped to 389 and 470 lb of torque

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsi-jay View Post
    how can something suck flat on boost that still makes me laugh
    As i said thats what courtenay said, so they make you laugh now.lol
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    the inlet and outlet on the intercooler i found is 57mm

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    werent havin a go just makes me laugh when hear it,how can something under pressure suck flat
    courtney stage 3 zafira,Mitsubishi evo geek mapped to 389 and 470 lb of torque

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsi-jay View Post
    werent havin a go just makes me laugh when hear it,how can something under pressure suck flat
    Dont no mate courtenays must be making it up. Its only advice anyway, im not telling what to put on it am i.
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    A pipe is not going to suck flat when it has air being forced through it at high velocity.
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