trying to find an intercooler for my 88 alltrac

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trying to find an intercooler for my 88 alltrac

Postby c 45 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:15 pm

So every where I look to find a fmic they say 89 up I have an 88 3sgte the opening available is about 6x28 inches if I remove my fogs so I guess om trying to find out what kits have been used by others to make this happen also is there a better cold air intake available I'm not finding much if any for the 88 please help a newb out :D
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Re: trying to find an intercooler for my 88 alltrac

Postby awolo » Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:52 pm

First, why 2 threads for the same thing?


Secondly, a FMIC system for our cars are usual custom made by you. IE, you buy some piping, w/e size you want. and you find a good core to purchase, then you just mock up and in stall.

To my knowledge, there is not an "off the shelf" kit for our cars.
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Re: trying to find an intercooler for my 88 alltrac

Postby brutekiller787 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:31 pm

there is for stock turbo and intake manifolds. it's SSAC but it is bolt on for $300 USD i think?
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Re: trying to find an intercooler for my 88 alltrac

Postby c 45 » Fri Jun 29, 2012 1:19 am

brutekiller787 wrote:there is for stock turbo and intake manifolds. it's SSAC but it is bolt on for $300 USD i think?

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Re: trying to find an intercooler for my 88 alltrac

Postby awolo » Fri Jun 29, 2012 11:27 am

Nice. I was unaware of this.
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