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    FMIC tubing kit

    Awhile back I built a fmic for myself. Recently I went a different route and Im now selling the old tubing. All youll need is to buy an intercooler like the one shown below, and some t bolt clamps.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/DODGE...#ht_2848wt_939

    Here are some pics of the build.

    http://sccoa.com/forums/showthread.p...highlight=fmic
    http://sccoa.com/forums/showpost.php...4&postcount=27

    Just to let you know, the welds arnt done by jesus or something. Some look pretty shabby, but they get the job done for sure. Ive been running it 2 years now with no problems, some welds get a bit damp with oil, but my engine had a lot of blow by. The fit isnt 100% perfect, but like I said it did the job for me for 2 years

    This IC setup worked very well for me, Im even going to reuse my core for the new build Im doing. Im very confident in these large FMIC's.


    SHoot me an offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neverfastenough View Post
    awhile back i built a fmic for myself. Recently i went a different route and im now selling the old tubing. All youll need is to buy an intercooler like the one shown below, and some t bolt clamps.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/dodge...#ht_2848wt_939

    here are some pics of the build.

    http://sccoa.com/forums/showthread.p...highlight=fmic
    http://sccoa.com/forums/showpost.php...4&postcount=27

    just to let you know, the welds arnt done by jesus or something. Some look pretty shabby, but they get the job done for sure. Ive been running it 2 years now with no problems, some welds get a bit damp with oil, but my engine had a lot of blow by. The fit isnt 100% perfect, but like i said it did the job for me for 2 years

    this ic setup worked very well for me, im even going to reuse my core for the new build im doing. Im very confident in these large fmic's.


    Shoot me an offer.
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    another pm.. sent

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    how mutch ya asking if the other 2 fall through

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    $475 shipped? Let me know


    Thanks,
    Jerry

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    you guys do realize me is just setting the piping right.

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    Is the piping still available?

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    Nope, if you want you could drop your car off at my place with 400bux or so, and Ill whip you one up out of mild steel tubing.
    Making woosh sounds since 2010!

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    Ha thanks for the offer but I'd like aluminum all around, and am capable just a little lazy for that kind of a project right now

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