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    Procharger Marine Intercooler - 1/4 of cost

    Awhile back I picked up a Procharger D3 Marine air to water intercooler from a friend who was parting out a boat. At the time I was considering buying a FZR/S and intended to possibly use this intercooler ... but I am not going to buy a new ski this year and don't need this intercooler and have decided to sell it instead.

    Dimensions: the core is roughly 6" x 6" by 9", external dimensions are 9" x 9" x 11" (inlet to inlet). Air is 3" in and out, water lines are 1/2" in and out, and there is a nice brass drain fitting as well. This was out of a Baja from Illinois, fresh water only, Lake Michigan boat. It has 4 mounting tangs welded on the bottom, plus 4 threaded holes on one side, and includes bolts and mounting brackets. I pressure tested the water side, no leaks, very clean, flows great. Air side, you can easily see daylight from one opening to another. Very solid, weighs 10+ lbs.

    This intercooler is used on all the big inch Mercruiser Procharger setups all the way up to 1500 HP setups, so it is capable of extreme performance. Made in the US, with a very high quality core. This intercooler costs $1250 new for a black painted version, $200 more for the polished aluminum as this one is, so new price is $1450. I would like to get $350 for it, shipped in the US, paypal fees included.

    The drain could easily be switched to a second outlet, for extra water/pressure options.

    This would also be a very good candidate for a custom turbo setup ... it would handle any amount of boost/hp since most boats using this setup are running BBCs with 500 - 1000+hp.
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    More pics

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    do you still have that intercooler ?

    I have a procharger in my boat, and I might be needing a new intercooler, I think mine is leaking. If you still have it, I might be interested in yours. My phone # is 208 651 2703, and my e-mail is [email protected]

    I hope you can help,

    Dan

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    Just saw this, email sent Dan.

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    Still have this intercooler, $300 shipped in the US, paypal fees included. To clarify, the air in/out is 3 inch OD, so 3 inch silicone couplers would fit it. Killer IC, would be great for a custom turbo setup.

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    you still have your intercooler

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    Yes I do, sorry for not noticing your post earlier ....

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    It sounds to be a great intercooler, it can replace the oem one in the FZR or do i need anything else....

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    I don't think it would fit easily into the stock location on a SC FZR ... it would be better suited to a turbo setup where it could be mounted anywhere.

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    yes it a betther a turbo setup....

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