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      07-16-2012, 03:29 PM   #111
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Whoa, that is HOT!!

I am pretty sure you will see a good drop. Throwing a bit of methanol in the mix will help, too.
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      07-16-2012, 06:32 PM   #112
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PMed. Very interested if there is still room.
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      07-16-2012, 06:34 PM   #113
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PMed. Very interested if there is still room.
PMed you. . .the group buy is over unfortunately, but I tried to work with you on price as best as I can. I will not be able to honor the group buy price, however.
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      07-17-2012, 07:32 PM   #114
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Will there be a possibility for another one in the future? If not, any special holiday deals to hope for?
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      07-17-2012, 07:35 PM   #115
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Will there be a possibility for another one in the future? If not, any special holiday deals to hope for?
Shoot me an e-mail, since you are new, and may not be able to PM just yet.

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      07-20-2012, 10:10 PM   #116
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**UPDATE**

We just installed our first one at the shop today!! I can confirm there is NO CUTTING REQUIRED. That being said, I would probably recommend you remove the shroud that presses up against the front of the intercooler. I will post pictures of what I'm talking about tomorrow. I think for airflow, it would be a good idea, and I'm almost 100% positive the piece that you can remove is secured by bolts, so it should be reversible when you want to put it back to stock. We did NOT remove this piece as we were looking to stay 100% stock as possible. Just wanted to let everyone know that, as advertised, you do not need to cut.

If you're planning on tackling this install yourself, make sure those o-rings on the OEM couplers are greased up nice; this will help big time! Of course, you can PM me, call the shop, or e-mail us for help!

As I said, install pictures will be posted tomorrow.
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      07-20-2012, 10:45 PM   #117
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**UPDATE**

We just installed our first one at the shop today!! I can confirm there is NO CUTTING REQUIRED. That being said, I would probably recommend you remove the shroud that presses up against the front of the intercooler. I will post pictures of what I'm talking about tomorrow. I think for airflow, it would be a good idea, and I'm almost 100% positive the piece that you can remove is secured by bolts, so it should be reversible when you want to put it back to stock. We did NOT remove this piece as we were looking to stay 100% stock as possible. Just wanted to let everyone know that, as advertised, you do not need to cut.

If you're planning on tackling this install yourself, make sure those o-rings on the OEM couplers are greased up nice; this will help big time! Of course, you can PM me, call the shop, or e-mail us for help!

As I said, install pictures will be posted tomorrow.
Frank, i got mine yesterday and will install next week. Thanks in advance for the install pics and help.
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      07-20-2012, 10:49 PM   #118
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Frank, i got mine yesterday and will install next week. Thanks in advance for the install pics and help.
Glad to hear it's there safe and sound!

Don't hesitate to contact us for tips and tricks.
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      07-23-2012, 12:28 PM   #119
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**UPDATE**

Here is a few pictures from the installation on Mdawood's VO 1M.

Here you will see some comparison shots from a coupe different angles:







HERE IS A VERY IMPORTANT PICTURE FOR INSTALLATION

I highlighted the piece, in red, that needs to be pried out of the way for installation. Again, you do NOT need to cut or remove this piece. . .but if you want more airflow, I believe this piece can be removed without cutting, as it appears like it is bolted in. This customer did not want it removed, so we left it in place.



Forge intercooler being installed, again please make sure you use good grease on the OEM rubber seals that will slide into the Forge intercooler, I suggest white lithium grease, used liberally.



Fits well for being a good deal bigger than stock, and not needing any trimming of any sort.



And a couple finished pictures, you can not tell anything's been done. You can also see the shroud that can be removed flanking the new intercooler. If it were my personal car, I would remove it.





Hope this helps some of you DIYers out there!

Let us know how it turns out!
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When are we doing yours!!
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Trust me, I wish I could say tomorrow, but def either first week or 2nd week of Aug I should be headed your way. Who knows, by then I may be thinking of adding more goodies
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Trust me, I wish I could say tomorrow, but def either first week or 2nd week of Aug I should be headed your way. Who knows, by then I may be thinking of adding more goodies
More goodies is what we like to hear!
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      07-23-2012, 03:09 PM   #124
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Id like to see pics with the shroud removed... anyone who does this please post them up
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Id like to see pics with the shroud removed... anyone who does this please post them up
We will be installing another one in house in a few short weeks, if no one's posted one by then, we absolutely will.

The shroud is very restrictive for sure, I'd like to see if gone. . .but I understand if someone just wants to keep everything there like OEM.
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We will be installing another one in house in a few short weeks, if no one's posted one by then, we absolutely will.

The shroud is very restrictive for sure, I'd like to see if gone. . .but I understand if someone just wants to keep everything there like OEM.
Good to know, Frank, thx. I'll def be installing it with the shroud removed especially if it is a bolt on/off piece.

IMO little point to add an aftermarket FMIC only to have it operate below full potential because of a restrictor piece (especially if it is one that's an easy on/easy off). Restrictor plates are for NASCAR
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Good to know, Frank, thx. I'll def be installing it with the shroud removed especially if it is a bolt on/off piece.

IMO little point to add an aftermarket FMIC only to have it operate below full potential because of a restrictor piece (especially if it is one that's an easy on/easy off). Restrictor plates are for NASCAR
I totally agree!
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      07-24-2012, 08:54 AM   #128
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Just did a little more research, and it looks like it is indeed a removable piece.

See number 16 in this picture. It's part number 51 74 8 051 604



Hope this sheds a little more light!
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      07-24-2012, 01:20 PM   #129
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We will be installing another one in house in a few short weeks, if no one's posted one by then, we absolutely will.

The shroud is very restrictive for sure, I'd like to see if gone. . .but I understand if someone just wants to keep everything there like OEM.
Good to know, Frank, thx. I'll def be installing it with the shroud removed especially if it is a bolt on/off piece.

IMO little point to add an aftermarket FMIC only to have it operate below full potential because of a restrictor piece (especially if it is one that's an easy on/easy off). Restrictor plates are for NASCAR
Point noted... Frankie I think I'm gonna be coming by!!
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Point noted... Frankie I think I'm gonna be coming by!!
We tried to tell you!

We will see you soon to remove that shroud!
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I agree that it restricts the flow and I certainly dont want that. My concern isnt with cutting or not looking OEM my concern is removing it might yield an unfinished or incomplete look.

I have no issue with cutting or modding parts, I just want the final look to look "finished"
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Point noted... Frankie I think I'm gonna be coming by!!
We tried to tell you!

We will see you soon to remove that shroud!
Please post photos of removal of the shroud as a DIY. Thanks in advance
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