Kenne Bell A2A intercooler kit for Fox body and sn95

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  1. 92rohcp

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    Hi I am making the modification to the KB manifolds. I would need your and 4 weeks to complete the fabrication and welding. As far as the intercooler pipe goes that has to be fitted while on the car and would be best left to you. I can help with choosing the pipe angles.

    Here is an example of the manifolds with a compact bypass provision that I have designed. I offer this for $1000.
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    I have read all your threads both here and Corral GREAT WORK!!!. I am pumped to see you offer this. I am all over the place with what direction to take with my street VERT. Now I see this. Maybe a I will get a Kenne Bell abs have you mod it. Would make a FUN street car. Do they sell these kids new for 5.0? Or only used?
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    How tough do you think it would be to find flexible piping to run back and forth to the intercooler with?
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    Hi I only do the fabrication and welding to the intake like seen in the picture above. So you would have to send me you kb manifolds and I do the rest. The pipe routing is not hard and can be done locally or by you all the pipe bends are in my instructions from the beginning of the thread.
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    You should only use alum pipe, even the elbows need to be supported because it sees vacuum that will collapse a none ridged or supported silicone elbow like a 45 degree. Making the pipe fit is not hard and I could help you with that.
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    I'll probably take you up on that if/when I find the time to do it. So busy lately, I barely have time to scratch.
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    Always here and and ready to help.

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