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1fitting a fmic Empty fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 9:08 pm

luke s


Hi guys Iv brought a fmic from Bob, just after info on fitting and where pipes go, where would the small pipe from the intake hose go to the once went to the fmic and the pipe that went from the side of the inlet manifold go? Is the metal intake pipe still used but with a 90' silicone hose at the top? How is the fmic fittied do I need to drill holes into the metal subframe?

2fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 9:42 pm

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What fmic did you buy .... just so its easier for us to help guide you ????


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3fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 9:49 pm

luke s


I'm unsure name wise, but looking at pics it's a hks lookalike fmic, Bob gave me lots of metal pipes to allow me to run a short pile setup to reduce lag

4fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 10:05 pm

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5fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 10:15 pm

luke s


Yeap has 2 mounting points on to and bottom.

6fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 10:30 pm

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Il try find a pic of the pipe run I did Luke, but as I said on phone the other day I ran it between the rad and lights so use the smaller of the pipes on the turbo outlet then the larger diameter pipe direct through to the plenum for the shortest possible run.
One tip I will give you is by mounting and centralising the ic first as will look stupid if not centralised. Once it's fixed then set about running the pipes
If I get a chance tomorrow at some stage il try find a pic of the pipe run on my old car prior to me fitting the charge cooler


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7fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 10:31 pm

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And where are the pipe outlets .... like in the pic at the bottom that just point straight out ????


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8fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 10:34 pm

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So presume its the same as the autobahn ones bob .... id be intrested so see the pipe run also thumbsup


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9fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 10:34 pm

luke s


Brilliant cheers Bob I remember you saying that just the other few bits that's all, to fix the IC do I need to drill the subframe? Also the 2 hoses what's done to them?

10fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 15th March 2015, 10:38 pm

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Mines mounted from the front crash bar (top) and bottom off the cross member ... my crash bar has been cut just the front side section where the ic sits ....


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11fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 16th March 2015, 11:10 pm

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If you're not sure about doing this why not take it back to tots and get it fit there? Could be done while you wait for not a lot of money

12fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 24th March 2015, 7:02 pm

luke s


Got no prob doing it just need to know where pipes go and where they go that's all if any one could take pics to let me know where they've routed the pipes from turbo to Ic that would be great thank you

13fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 11th April 2015, 7:06 pm

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Southend is a bit of a trek for Luke Aaron, almost bad as the journey for me haha I just like popping down for a day out !! And Luke job should be simple enough if you've got the pipe kit like said before front crash bar and bottom of cross member that's how myne was fitted.
Can't help you with the pipe run as myne hasn't got a particuarly short run sorry dude

14fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 11th April 2015, 7:09 pm

luke s


That's ok bud it's only just been put back on the road so just want to get a few miles done then go from there bud maybe I'l fit the front mount soon :-)

15fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 11th April 2015, 7:13 pm

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You'll have to drop them coilovers to me in the pulsar so I can have a look Very Happy unfortunately my pulsar is with bob but it's getting bigger and better things haha

16fitting a fmic Empty Re: fitting a fmic on 11th April 2015, 7:19 pm

luke s


There standard shocks and springs bud that I need tacking too you,I'l drop you a tex in a min

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