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    GTR 215 External IC - fitment

    Finally took the plunge and ordered external IC to replace our under performing stock unit. Plan on fitting up over the next few weeks. Once I design and fabricate mount I can sort hoses out. Click image for larger version. 

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    on top of the pump tunnel is the easiest spot
    but IMO the bracket off the pump support bolts works the best
    because of the shorter straighter pipes

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    Yeah was thinking mounting like this
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    Just need to figure out best water routing. So many opinions.

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    on the tube going to the TB I used 2 45* bends not 90* like in that photo
    factory water routing will work fine unless you add a strainer then IMO you need to use a T

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    Getting there. Just need to finish bracket off and tidy it up. Then the fun of squeezing 3" pipes in there lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    on the tube going to the TB I used 2 45* bends not 90* like in that photo
    factory water routing will work fine unless you add a strainer then IMO you need to use a T
    any pics of the 2 x 45's. Doesn't look like it would line up well?

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    What kind of intake hose is that?

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    Food grade industrial hose. Has wire spiral incorporated in hose. Tough stuff but got it at right price

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