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gts_celicaCB99 Feb 28, 7:05am - #8834 
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intercooler-help

hey i was wondering if you can put a intercooler on a regular engine like the 2001 gts celica...
or is it only for turbo?
and how much would one cost?

[ 02-27-2003, 11:32 PM: Message edited by: gts_celicaCB99 ]

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yes you can put it on a regular car.

Better question is will it help with engine performance? Answer to that question is no it will not infact it will hurt the engine performance, reason is you do not want the tubing to the Intake manifold too long by adding intercooler thats like extending Intake pipping all around the engine bay which is not good.
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gts_celicaCB99 Mar 1, 7:23am - #8836 
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thank mike for the help

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on the other hand though an oil coiler would be good. prolongs engine life and performance. thumbsup

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gts_celicaCB99 Mar 1, 9:27pm - #8838 
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hey where can i get an oil cooler??

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rock on kurt...
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