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Reading about replacing the pipes at 60k should I just go with a fmic? I eventually want to go single turbo. Can I just get the intercooler for that now? Or will the pipe routing be all messed up?
 

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yes you can get just the intercooler for now check out mvp the greddy or the hks unit will do !
 
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Greddy FMIC..... best quality by far. It'll be great for single later down the road too. I'll get pics when mine's here hopefully by friday.
 
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So I can use that intercooler with my stock twins for now then?
 

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When you go single, I think a couple of the pipes before the FMIC will need to be changed. On the Greddy FMIC for stock twins there are 3 IC pipes before the FMIC. The 2 pipes after the FMIC will not need to be changed after conversion.

Hope this helps,
 
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Are their pics anywhere between the two kits? I definitely want to have at least 600rwhp when I'm done. Is there a guideline I should go by when I go intercooler shopping?
 

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Greddy 4row it is then!

I ASSume that finding the pipes to swap stock to single isn't too big a deal? If that's the case then an FMIC may come my way sooner rather than later :D These get sold used very often or do most people who buy them hang onto them while expanding the rest of their setup?

Edit: Can I assume that getting the Greddy I won't need the HKS Hardpipe kit as all pipes will be upgraded? Or does the Greddy utilize any of the stock stuff? TIA!
 
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GReddy unit comes with all the hardpipes. HKS not needed.
 
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