Ive heard the 3.5" depo racing intercooler does not have all the parts to install, what is needed?
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Maybe some grease or oil for the o-ring on the MAP sensor. Also you might have to drill or tap out the metal insert on the MAP sensor itself. You'll see what I mean when you get it apart.
White lithium grease for the pipes if you need help getting them on.
Someone here recommended medical forceps (really long narrow needle-nose pliers) for part of the job attaching those small bolts on the bottom.
Depends on what you do with your car, why is that btw?
The detail you left out is those cars are built to run without an intercooler and have charge temps below up to about 150 degrees. Many of them still employ either water injection or nitrous oxide to cool the charge even more, usually below ambient.If you rally race and under constant boost then yes, a big intercooler is needed, but if you only run in short burst then no, it is not needed, there are drag cars that dont even use intercoolers, they have airfilters directly connected to the turbo. Like i said before, sometimes smaller is better, they compress faster.