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tintin

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forge front mount kit pic request
« on: 21:29, Thu 30 July 2009 »
if any one has bought an has pics fitted an not fitted of this kit please post up as many pics please, also pics of other front mount kits custom or out the box... pics please  :D

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« Reply #1 on: 05:20, Fri 31 July 2009 »
everybody needs to watch this film >>>>>endgame by alex jones

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« Reply #2 on: 14:42, Fri 31 July 2009 »


...my forge front mount on my clio ..i ran my own piper work tho lol

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« Reply #3 on: 15:08, Fri 31 July 2009 »
mines not a forge but heres my FMIC.
bolted it straight to the crossmember and made my own pipework up




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« Reply #4 on: 22:38, Mon 03 August 2009 »
how hard is the pipe work to route, much stuff in the way or cutting required??

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« Reply #5 on: 23:13, Mon 03 August 2009 »
only part i cut was the top panel linking the headlight buckets together to allow room for the top boost hose. this doesnt need to be cut really but i just wanted to make sure there was definatly enough room there.

the pipe work was time consuming but wasnt too bad.
i preordered the bends, then use old boost pipes and straight bits of pipe to make the joining pipes up, then got my local powerflow dealer to bend me some stainless in the same shape as the pipes i had mocked up

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« Reply #6 on: 23:39, Mon 03 August 2009 »
My boost pipe was tight between the alternator and radiator.

There is room to move it across slightly with the standard top radiator pipe, but you have to drill new mounting holes for the bottom of the radiator.