We finally have our completed kits finished. We built our first FMIC for Nick's car a few months back. Stock turbo's on that car, E85, two fairly heavy race seats and the other things we offer he's gone 10.2 at a best mph of 138 mph. I wanted to change the design of the plumbing a bit from the initial prototype we built.
After taking some measurements, the original 2.5" tubing I used I decided to change. The OD of the factory throttle bodies are 2.75" and the outlet of the factory turbos is also 2.75". While the tubing isn't common it's what I decided was best to use. The less transition couplings and changes in direction and diameter the better off you are for flow. The other thing I was dead set against was the use of any silicone tubing for the bends, I see a LOT of FMIC kits for the cars that use 90's and 45' in silicone for the i/c pipe kits and I wanted to offer a complete hard pipe kit.
The intercooler cores are made in the USA and measure 22"x12"x4.5", are bar and plate and then completely welded and fabricated here at our shop. The cores combined are rated at 1600 hp.
The entire intercooler pipe kit and intercooler complete with silicone couplings and t-bolt clamps along with Tial BOV flanges will sell for $2995. The tubing is being sent out now to be bent. So production parts will be done soon and we are taking orders now for anyone interested.
Here is a picture of the FMIC on the car and the tubing from the front.