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TheSaint
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TheSaint Apr 13, 3:45pm - #441940 
2001 White Toyota Celica
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2001 Toyota Celica

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top mount

I am wodering if it is possible to fit a top mount intercooler uner the Hood scoop and if it is can anyone tell me how big it can be
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Grifter
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Grifter Apr 13, 5:56pm - #441941 
2000 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica
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im prety sure you cant. because there a whole differetn assemble in there that directs the airflow to the headers. and the way i would imagine a top mount I.C would be right over the valve cover. and even then you would hit the firewall, im not sure if they have an I.C thats small enough to fit there without sacrificing performance. always get front mount I.C's they perform better and look beter rice
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drkramm
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drkramm Apr 13, 6:21pm - #441942 
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that would be the worlds smallest i.c. lol but it would be cool

oly reason they work on scubbs is cause its a flat 4 instead of our inline 4

hey thats a 20 minute phone call
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celicadragon
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celicadragon Apr 14, 7:26am - #441943 

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front mount gets more power thats why they put it there i dont know what sub was thinking

respect the gt-s
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