So i was talking with my buddy about how expensive FMIC's are and how most people don't fully use the potential of these big name/expensive FMIC kits on the market. They are fantastically engineered, i get that, they work awesome at high boost. But I DD my FoSt, and i do not plan on doing anything nuts with it, aside from a few Auto-X events here and there. But i did want to get rid of the OEM cooler. As a Nissan Technician, and fabricator, i have seen plastic end tanks separate on oem intercoolers, ive seen the seals start leaking air, ive seen end tanks crack, and ive also measured significant pressure drop and back pressure when i was doing some research a few years back. So we got to talking. I wanted something all aluminum. Nothing fancy, that I have to worry about getting pelted by rocks on the daily, and no fabrication required. Well, a few days later he called me, came by my garage, and dumped a pile of parts on the ground with an intercooler he had laying around and said, ok lets do this. We sorted out mounting, got our hands on ATP elbows and made a nice, cheap, super easy to install FMIC. He said he wanted to throw a few kits on ebay, so he did. Myself and one other local FoSt owner have this kit on my car, and we are both happy with it. The other guy is running a cobb stage 2 tune, with no issues, and I am on the stock map. So i just wanted to share the install video, show the cool thing my buddy is doing, and yea. Enjoy? if you made it this far, you deserve a cookie. Go get a cookie. Mail me a bill for it, and ill buy you that cookie.