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 Post subject: FMIC Review
PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2004 11:25 pm 
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Has anybody ever heard/seen these? Looks like it might be a pretty good investment for you guys with thin wallets (like me) but still wanting a decent FMIC.

I'd say these would be effective for low 13 - high 12 street cars.

Any thoughts?

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Honestly, I think you can do better on ebay. Those seem like they'd do the job better than stock DSM SMIC though, or at least help eliminate the heat soak.

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see www.customcoachofamerica.com

we just ordered a fmic from them
$350
for a 20 inch, by 6 inch by 3.5 inch core, 2.5 inch in and outlets
and a "dsm style" end tanks(where the outlet doubles back toward teh inlet)

and that price includes shipping, will take pics and post them as soon as it comes in.

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I got the 24x12x3 from http://www.streetimports.com/homepage.htm

of ebay for $237+ shipping


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2004 2:43 pm 
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I also bought one of the intercoolers from custom coaches and was very happy with it. I ended up getting the tube fin intercooler with core dimensions of 25"x8"x2.75" and a driverside endtank that doubled back.


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me and gregus just bought fmic cores from streetimports.com.

21x9x3 it's was actually 21.5x9x3.

we got them for 140usd each, not bad for the size.


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http://www.streetimports.com/product_details.asp?id=357

This is the model I just ordered. I will let you know more very soon.


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http://www.streetimports.com/product_details.asp?id=357

This is the model I just ordered. I will let you know more very soon.
does anyone have pics of there front mount intercooler and piping they would post im wondering the best way to route mine my fmic is 32x11.5x4


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 Post subject: Re: FMIC Review
PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2009 9:53 pm 
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Please use the search function. This isn't the forum to ask for that anyways.


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