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    TX Autosport Intercooler Kit

    Hey bought one of these of the group buy and fitted with ease apart from when i went to put the bumper on it catches pretty badly, i have an astra gsi, dont suppose anyone has pictures of where they cut to get it to fit or just any pictures of the way they fitted it so i can compare it to mine!

    Other than that a nice bit of kit!

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    have you moved the rad back? what size kit did you buy?
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    The smaller one they do, no i aint moved the rad back,

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    I had to trim the fog light holders on my gsi bumper (on my coupe)

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    Mines also catching behind where the center grill sits on the pipes coming off each side of the intercooler! Is my intercooler sitting too far forward, dont suppose anyone has any pics from the top looking down without the bumper on so i know how much room they have got betweent the radiator,

    So do i need to:

    Move the rad back, then the intercooler?

    Trim both the fog light housings on the back of the bumper? (Or anywhere else)

    Is that it.....??

    Thanks!


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    I made a bracket that connects to the crash bar and just trimmed fogs no need to move rad back
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    http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=268231 i didnt move rad back, only trimed fogs which you can see from the pics i put in the thread

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    Mines catching where the red squares are! So the usual place where the fogs are and also on the inside of that where the intercooler outlets are,



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    You can trim the bumper up to were the centre grill is without seeing it.

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    thats were i trimed the bumper, it no big deal really as you cant see it once u done it!! for the money im quite impressed with this kit!!

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