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Old 21 May 2009, 16:30   #1
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Time for another group buy for you guys

We have just had a new delivery of FMIC kits for the New age subarus.

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Bar And Plate Intercooler 24x12x3"

3" Inlet And 3" Outlet

High Flowing Hand Made End Tanks Fully TIG Welded

Polished Aluminium Pipework

All Necessary Clamps And Silicone Hoses

Maximum Cooling Capacity While Allowing for Minimal Pressure Drops

1050cfm @ 0.5 psi Drop

Capable of Handling Up to 600BHP

Fits Subaru Impreza Classic 2001 - 2005 All Turbo Charged Models

The shop price on these is 299 but we are going to offer these at a group buy price of 199 + 12.95 Delivery
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Any pics of one fitted to a blobeye?
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Old 21 May 2009, 17:17   #3
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we have one showing the cooler mounted to a Blob eye vehilce and have a full fitting guide for it if needed

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what about a bugeye do you have a step by step guide for that?
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i think the fitting is basically the same between the models.
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Any chance of a group buy on the 93-95 kits??
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Old 24 May 2009, 08:01   #7
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a fmic for 200 quid. ? whats the catch?

does the bumper require cutting ?

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You'll be lucky to get a FMIC that doesn't need the bumper cutting.

If you get this Dan, I'll look after your TMIC for you and I won't need to sell my DV then
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lol. what do you think of these fmic kits jon? do i need anyhing else ?

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You'll need a DV that will fit, you factory recirc won't go on and you'll also need an induction kit as the pipes won't fit with the factory airbox in place.

As for the kits, you get what you pay for, and it is probably better than a lot of the ebay specials. It has the mikalor type hose clamps which are better than jubliee clips and lots of shiny bits for you to polish
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ive actually got a nice induction kit coming very soon. will i be able to keep my bailey dv? how do i go about mounting it mate? where will it go?

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Your Bailey DV won't fit, you'll need a universal one that will go into a length of hose coming of the T piece on the second pipe down on the right.
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looks like ill be forgetting this then. lol.
 
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if anyone gets one and they have a spare sti intercooler for a bug eye i'll take it off your hands
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Any chance of a group buy on the 93-95 kits??
These are out of stock at the moment but due back in the next few weeks so we will get one up then for you
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a fmic for 200 quid. ? whats the catch?

does the bumper require cutting ?

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all FMIC kits will need the bumper trimming a bit to allow the cooler to fit.

But there is no catch
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FMIC for 200 Will fit my02 Bugeye STI PPP yeah? Was just about to buy one of these off "fleabay"

Count me in for one of these
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FMIC for 200 Will fit my02 Bugeye STI PPP yeah? Was just about to buy one of these off "fleabay"

Count me in for one of these
Yup it will be fine for you

Give us a call on 08450 212312 and we can sort this for you
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I've got this kit fitted to my Bugeye, was a dodle to fit with the instructions, took longer to modify the bumper (i had no dremal) than it did to fit the kit, took about 4hrs in all by myself!

I'd did change the pipework a tad, just swapped some pipes over so the inlet pipe isn't crossing over the Turbo! Oh and i had the pipes powdercoated red as well!

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Is there any way of fitting a hks ssqv to these fmic kits ? i'd hate to lose that churp from the hks ? if so i'll take one right away
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Is there any way of fitting a hks ssqv to these fmic kits ? i'd hate to lose that churp from the hks ? if so i'll take one right away

I have one of these too, you can get an adapter made so you can still use it, check the other group buy - Hybrid coolers on the group buy section - im sure the guy selling those cooler also makes adapters for the standard recirc which the HKS SSQV will fit onto

Think he is only asking for 25 which aint bad either, ill probably get one from him for mine
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do you have to cut any of the metal on car slam panel ect for these or is the only cutting needed to the bumper? also interested how longs this gb going to be running for? and will you need certain numbers or will they just be sold at this price? cheers
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I have one of these too, you can get an adapter made so you can still use it, check the other group buy - Hybrid coolers on the group buy section - im sure the guy selling those cooler also makes adapters for the standard recirc which the HKS SSQV will fit onto

Think he is only asking for 25 which aint bad either, ill probably get one from him for mine


Spot on matey , thanks for that , will prob be getting me one of these then , missus permitting
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do you have to cut any of the metal on car slam panel ect for these or is the only cutting needed to the bumper? also interested how longs this gb going to be running for? and will you need certain numbers or will they just be sold at this price? cheers
This will be running for a while yet and we are doing the group buy price without the hassel of getting the numbers up
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Only cutting (bar the bumper) is a tiny little tab at the bottom in front of the Radiator.
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Any chance these will fit on a Hawkeye?? I do realise that it says 2001 - 2005 just wondered if there was a chance or if not can you get hold of one for the hawkeye at a similar price??
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how well does this fit the mouth in the bumper? Anyone got a front shot fitted to a bug?
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how well does this fit the mouth in the bumper? Anyone got a front shot fitted to a bug?

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hi do you sell or can you get front mount pipe kit for classics? or even just single pippes for classics?

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Hi,

These are out of stock at the moment but we will be getting them back in soon
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