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    intercooler fittment

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    I have a intercooler thats 690mm-180mm-65mm and all the piping 51mm will that fit without having to cut bumper or have to use a slim line fan

    the measurments are from inlet to outlet 690
    top to bottom 180
    thickness 65

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    what car is it to fit?

    what bumper?
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    Sorry stu

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    Depends on depth of intercooler, but you wont get the fan on without some form of modification i expect

    - Move rad back
    - Cut bumper
    - Rotate fan
    - Use slimline fan
    - Take fan off

    I just took the fan off.

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    How do you move the rads back i know peps on here have done that. The Depth (thickness) is 65mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCA View Post
    How do you move the rads back i know peps on here have done that. The Depth (thickness) is 65mm
    u will need to take bumper back, a slimline fan maybe not be enuff, if u just use slimline fan u may get away with just cutting foglight holders

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    ok cheers peps

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    When you planning this Danny?

    I told you I would try and help out as much as possible. Moving the rad back isnt too hard, the bottom is well easy the top is abit more fiddly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davek View Post
    When you planning this Danny?

    I told you I would try and help out as much as possible. Moving the rad back isnt too hard, the bottom is well easy the top is abit more fiddly.

    I know Dave and your such a Gent just making sure i have all the bits expect the phone to ring real soon

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    Didn't have to cut my bumper and the fan stayed in It's original position

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