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    I like the ETS intercoolers, the 5" fits pretty easy, the 7" requires pulling the bumper and cutting the front plastics out around the lower grill.

    of all the ETS intercoolers I've installed, they all need about another 10* of angle upwards on the discharge pipe, and the aluminum tube needs another inch or so to make it fit better. Especially on aftermarket down pipes.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alex@ABRhouston Click here to enlarge
    I like the ETS intercoolers, the 5" fits pretty easy, the 7" requires pulling the bumper and cutting the front plastics out around the lower grill.

    of all the ETS intercoolers I've installed, they all need about another 10* of angle upwards on the discharge pipe, and the aluminum tube needs another inch or so to make it fit better. Especially on aftermarket down pipes.
    I'd like to welcome @alex@ABRhouston to the board as our newest vendor. Welcome!

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