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well I have not been on here for a short while as I have been busy and trying to recoup financially from my diff busting nightmare.

Anyway, I finally got my ass in gear and taken advice given by peeps here and have got a K&N Induction kit to replace the ugly yellow Greddy Filter.



I am also happy to have received my new intercooler pipes from www.mx5mad.com.

They are much better than the kit I have now and go around the radiatpr rather than under.:bigtu:

Of course I cant be going to shows with no bling so I got them polshed:









As you can see the kit is of excellent quality and even has rolled ends so the silicone hoses can't slip off under boost also the pipes only require 4 couplers as they are two complete pieces. one from turbo to I/C an the other from IC to inlet manifold.

The actual intercooler that will be used is the same as the one in this pic below:



Although it does not look big it has a thicj core and will be more than up to job of providing sufficient cooling than the saab 900 that I have now.
 

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hey tab's how much did a set of those pipes run you ? and my greddy outlet is facing toward the driver side (RHD). can you just unbolt the turbo and turn it downward to have those pipes meet up ?

Scott
 

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Re: A few NEW UPDATES - K&N and new IC now fitted! updated 25/02

Well its on and the difference between the Saab 900 IC adn this MX5MAD IC is HUGE, both in cooling and looks.

heres a little write up.

First the turbo was clocked:



The shiny new intercooler to compliment my polished pipes:



The IC in the mouth of the car:



And from underneath:







The new view from the engine bay:



My new car security:

 
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