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    Thread: ***CTS TT225Q FMIC Kits in stock & shipping***

    1. 09-27-2009 09:20 PM #71
      i know its a dumb question, but do you have to have it tack welded to your crash bar/frame or is it bolted to the crashbar? I cant tell and i have seen many other cars/hondas that had them welded before, so im just wondering before i order it, thanks.

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      09-27-2009 09:25 PM #72
      Quote, originally posted by jojoenglish85 »
      i know its a dumb question, but do you have to have it tack welded to your crash bar/frame or is it bolted to the crashbar? I cant tell and i have seen many other cars/hondas that had them welded before, so im just wondering before i order it, thanks.

      It bolts onto the crash bar, no welding required of anything.


    3. 09-27-2009 09:49 PM #73
      You have been pmd

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      09-28-2009 01:28 AM #74
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      10-01-2009 12:28 AM #75
      Greetings CTS, I spoke with you over at Audizine about getting the rest of the piping done up. Being in the seattle area I wouldn't mind driving up to Vancouver for a day to get that done.

      Would it be possible to get a bov flange welded on the cold side intercooler pipe before the throttle body? Like a TIAL v-band?

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      10-02-2009 01:47 AM #76
      Quote, originally posted by Draxus »
      Greetings CTS, I spoke with you over at Audizine about getting the rest of the piping done up. Being in the seattle area I wouldn't mind driving up to Vancouver for a day to get that done.

      Would it be possible to get a bov flange welded on the cold side intercooler pipe before the throttle body? Like a TIAL v-band?

      Thanks!

      -Spencer

      We could arrange that, but that would drive up the cost of this kit substantially. We could install whatever you want, but the bov probably wouldn't be the best bet for your stock engine management system.


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      10-02-2009 03:48 AM #77
      Ah, I was planning the Tial Q. Its a DV. I will shoot you a email when the time comes. Thanks for the reply.
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      10-02-2009 11:29 AM #78
      Quote, originally posted by Draxus »
      Ah, I was planning the Tial Q. Its a DV. I will shoot you a email when the time comes. Thanks for the reply.

      Sounds good


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      10-02-2009 04:11 PM #79
      Quote, originally posted by Draxus »
      Ah, I was planning the Tial Q. Its a DV. I will shoot you a email when the time comes. Thanks for the reply.

      Not sure how you would plumb the DV back to the intake from down in the front fender area. If you want your DV post IC - i'd use the Forge kit. I'm using a similar setup and it works great for DV cold side relocation.


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      11-08-2009 07:10 PM #80
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      can u still retain the alien? water sprayer to headlights?

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      Yes, no cutting/mods required.

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      yea def. looks great very happy with it. the headlight spray thing did have to come out for it to fit. not a big deal but i think someone had asked before.

      so do the aliens have to be removed permanently or not? did bvgoosedd do something wrong? just curious for when i order mine.

      honk honk

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      11-08-2009 08:04 PM #81
      Quote, originally posted by winTTer »


      so do the aliens have to be removed permanently or not? did bvgoosedd do something wrong? just curious for when i order mine.

      Send me an IM with your email, and I'll send you an instruction guide. We've got one in the works right now.


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      02-14-2010 04:50 AM #82
      I was wondering I'm doing a pretty big turbo build and I'm expecting high 500's to low 600's in hp rating to the crank, can this intercooler keep up with a demand that high?

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      02-15-2010 02:24 PM #83
      Quote, originally posted by TTguy30 »
      I was wondering I'm doing a pretty big turbo build and I'm expecting high 500's to low 600's in hp rating to the crank, can this intercooler keep up with a demand that high?

      The cooler is rated for 450HP, If you're gunning for more than 450-500 I would consider something like a precision 600, drop me an IM if you need one


    14. 04-07-2010 05:49 AM #84
      Hey guys, sorry to ask but I am military stuck in Korea for yet another year. I have a 2000 180hp quattro and cant find any FMIC here that is below us equivalant of $1500. Can anyone direct me to someone that is willing to ship APO? Please help needed.

      Thanks in advance for responses.


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      04-09-2010 12:53 PM #85
      Quote, originally posted by ttinkorea »
      Hey guys, sorry to ask but I am military stuck in Korea for yet another year. I have a 2000 180hp quattro and cant find any FMIC here that is below us equivalant of $1500. Can anyone direct me to someone that is willing to ship APO? Please help needed.

      Thanks in advance for responses.

      We can ship to APO's the tracking is non existant, so if you want to ship that way no problem. Wire transfers for international orders and APO's


    16. 04-17-2010 12:16 AM #86
      Quick question... does that mean my diesel geek skid plate can't be used anymore since it bolts up to the intercooler piping?

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      04-17-2010 12:22 PM #87
      Quote, originally posted by cheahcl »
      Quick question... does that mean my diesel geek skid plate can't be used anymore since it bolts up to the intercooler piping?

      I have never used a DG skid plate, but I can tell you that bolting anything to IC piping is a bad idea, especially a skid plate


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      04-17-2010 01:04 PM #88
      Quote, originally posted by cheahcl »
      Quick question... does that mean my diesel geek skid plate can't be used anymore since it bolts up to the intercooler piping?

      By intercooler piping - if you mean the 4 OEM cross pipe attachment points where it attaches to the subframe - you should be fine.


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      04-19-2010 05:51 PM #89
      Quote, originally posted by joe@vwvortex »

      By intercooler piping - if you mean the 4 OEM cross pipe attachment points where it attaches to the subframe - you should be fine.

      Thanks Joe I didn't think anyone would be mounting any skid plates to IC pipes, that would be pretty...


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      05-13-2010 01:58 AM #90
      All PM's replied

    21. 05-14-2010 12:23 AM #91
      no extra discounts for Fourtitude members?

      edit: oh,,,free shipping works.
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      05-31-2010 02:45 PM #93
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      no extra discounts for Fourtitude members?

      edit: oh,,,free shipping works.

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      06-04-2010 12:47 PM #94
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      06-08-2010 01:25 PM #96
      IF I had a stock TT, what else would I need to bolt this up?

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      06-09-2010 07:56 PM #97
      Nothing else but you'd have to trim the bumper a bit.

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      06-14-2010 03:35 PM #98
      I'm currently thinking this is the best option out there, I'm just trying to figure out if I can take this on myself. It sounds completely bolt on, how difficult is it to install?

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      06-15-2010 07:42 PM #99
      Quote Originally Posted by surfinsk8r View Post
      I'm currently thinking this is the best option out there, I'm just trying to figure out if I can take this on myself. It sounds completely bolt on, how difficult is it to install?
      It's quite an easy install, we have a load of pictures somewhere on the network if you need some direction, but you could do it quite easily with normal hand tools, and some time.

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      the IMs are replied

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      06-16-2010 02:17 PM #101
      Quote Originally Posted by CTS Turbo View Post
      It's quite an easy install, we have a load of pictures somewhere on the network if you need some direction, but you could do it quite easily with normal hand tools, and some time.
      Could you send me a link to those?
      I like reading the directions before I order something. Somehow in my head that justifies the purchase

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      07-29-2010 12:15 PM #102
      ttt

    33. 07-29-2010 03:07 PM #103
      What's the pressure drop and efficiency with this system? say at 20-22psi?
      What about external pressure drop (the amount of air pressure behind the intercooler) for radiator/condenser effectiveness?

      Also where does the bumper need trimmed exactly?

      thanks

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      07-29-2010 03:38 PM #104
      Quote Originally Posted by BluHeaven View Post
      What's the pressure drop and efficiency with this system? say at 20-22psi?
      What about external pressure drop (the amount of air pressure behind the intercooler) for radiator/condenser effectiveness?

      Also where does the bumper need trimmed exactly?

      thanks

      Well, unfortunately the FMIC is still at the Ferrari test facility undergoing some R&D with respect to the external pressure drop between the FMIC and the Radiator. I do however know that these FMICs are running on cars in SOCAL and other warm climates with no problems whatsoever. Until the Ferrari engineers report back we wont have any data on pressure drop behind the radiator. At 20-22psi you should see slight pressure drop ~ 1-2psi inside the FMIC.

      If you're interested in some installation photos we can you some in a PDF file, please email sales@ctsturbo.com and we'll send them over as soon as we can.


    35. 07-29-2010 04:00 PM #105
      I'd be very interested in that info when you get it! Any ETA on that? And email sent for installation photos. Thanks!

      Quote Originally Posted by CTS Turbo View Post
      Well, unfortunately the FMIC is still at the Ferrari test facility undergoing some R&D with respect to the external pressure drop between the FMIC and the Radiator. I do however know that these FMICs are running on cars in SOCAL and other warm climates with no problems whatsoever. Until the Ferrari engineers report back we wont have any data on pressure drop behind the radiator. At 20-22psi you should see slight pressure drop ~ 1-2psi inside the FMIC.

      If you're interested in some installation photos we can you some in a PDF file, please email sales@ctsturbo.com and we'll send them over as soon as we can.


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