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Old 12-08-2009, 05:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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FMIC Choices

What would you guys recommend for a FMIC? I am looking to do tbe, intake etc and not to much more for awhile. The only reason that I want to change the fmic is because it has a few dings in it and figure ill change it before it starts to leak. Do you have to get a tune after changing it?

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I would suggest getting a tune after changing your FMIC. Just so you know though, the stock FMIC is rated to about 400 hp or something like that (I dont remember the exact number off the top of my head). I would try to find a FMIC that has a Garrett core or something that has a bar and plate design. It will hold higher boost levels than a tube and fin design will.

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best intercooler from tech data i have read is the perrin. also ones to consider are the ETS or the CBRD one. I have a turboxs fmic and piping and have no complaints except for the mounting points. as for stock the FMIC is good for a decent amount of power like Rookhoe stated. have it pressure tested, and if its not leaking now, it wont be anytime soon, save the money for the fmic and get the rest of your boltson first.
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