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Old 06-23-2017, 10:04 AM   #51
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Hmm, didn't see any email updates, will have to dig for it. Else, acquacow at hotmail.

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Old 06-29-2017, 04:54 PM   #53
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I got mine....
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Old 07-11-2017, 06:32 AM   #54
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Mine came yesterday. I haven't fully installed it, but I set it in place to snap some pictures. First impressions:

- Seems like it was built well. Fits right inside the intercooler and the holes for the shroud line up with my hood.

- It makes me realize how close my bov must have been to my hood as the shroud sits right over my turbosmart bov. Hopefully it won't rattle against it, but I'm sure I could modify it somehow if it does.

- The design in an inner piece stuck inside an outer piece. They are held together with 4 screw bolts in the corner. I am going to tack the pieces together in a few spots just to strengthen it some and to prevent any vibrations/rattle.

- I run the bakemono scoop so I bought this assuming I'd have to modify the center divider to be slightly taller. However it looks to be just about dead center with the height of my scoop. So I'm going to leave that is which is a plus.

I'll work on it getting it fully installed later this week. The underside of my bakemono scoop needs some fiberglass work and sanding to make it more oem like. So far I'm very happy with this. I think your next projects should be a plug and play abs delete kit, and a plug and play IC sprayer kit

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Old 07-11-2017, 07:08 AM   #55
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Thanks for the 1st impression and pics!
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Old 07-11-2017, 08:43 AM   #56
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Mine came yesterday. I haven't fully installed it, but I set it in place to snap some pictures. First impressions:

- Seems like it was built well. Fits right inside the intercooler and the holes for the shroud line up with my hood.

- It makes me realize how close my bov must have been to my hood as the shroud sits right over my turbosmart bov. Hopefully it won't rattle against it, but I'm sure I could modify it somehow if it does.

- The design in an inner piece stuck inside an outer piece. They are held together with 4 screw bolts in the corner. I am going to tack the pieces together in a few spots just to strengthen it some and to prevent any vibrations/rattle.

- I run the bakemono scoop so I bought this assuming I'd have to modify the center divider to be slightly taller. However it looks to be just about dead center with the height of my scoop. So I'm going to leave that is which is a plus.

I'll work on it getting it fully installed later this week. The underside of my bakemono scoop needs some fiberglass work and sanding to make it more oem like. So far I'm very happy with this. I think your next projects should be a plug and play abs delete kit, and a plug and play IC sprayer kit

- Charlie






Thanks for posting this! Glad you like it. In reference to the tacking it together, you'll find that once the splitter is bolted to the hood it pulls everything together. We did a bunch of testing and did not hear any rattling but if you want to tack it and have the capabilities go for it!

We are working on an IC sprayer kit, just need to find some more OEM looking parts. Next two adapters are likely a proper GR TMIC bracket for the passenger's side and a power steering reservoir bracket.
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I've got mine as well, just have to wait for the new nozzles to show up so that I can port my IC spray over to it.
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Has anyone tried this with an aftermarket intercooler? I have a spearco and would like to get some sort of splitter set up.
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I've got mine as well, just have to wait for the new nozzles to show up so that I can port my IC spray over to it.
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Has anyone tried this with an aftermarket intercooler? I have a spearco and would like to get some sort of splitter set up.
We have not but looking for people to give it a shot. The concern is always that the aftermarket ones are bar and plate so they may stick up a little too high. However the metal fins that come down could be trimmed down to match and then install the rubber gasket.

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Has anyone confirmed fitment on a v7/8 JDM TMIC? I know the v7 is a bit larger then the v8.
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