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    Frozen boost type 14

    Has anyone got a type 14 fitted in there sho ?? I know plenty have type 13's and they fit rather well...
    my FZS is in for bracket fabrication and pipe work mock up and ive a repot back that its real tight indeed.
    just want to hear if you have and a picture would be superb indeed...
    my good buddy is in charge of this bit of art and has spent many many hour making one off brackets ect and i take this opportunity to thank him once again
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    Check the Cayman Islands section "my intercooler Setup" for more pics.

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    when you have this down in kit form send one my way please!

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    Post 146 shows Gus's install.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=184494&page=15


    Any pictures of your brackets so far Paul? I want to go down the type14 route maybe.....

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    D.P thanks for pics....is that in a GPR ? As you look to have more room than i got for sure.....

    Slap ya.....my buddy will chime in later if he wants to produce a few kits but im guessing not due to cost of brackets and time to perfect he might say your better off buying a Riva kit....his brackets are a pure art work and his fabrication skills are second to none....

    mun802....sorry i have no pics at this time...thanks for link

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    Quote Originally Posted by mun802 View Post
    Post 146 shows Gus's install.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=184494&page=15


    Any pictures of your brackets so far Paul? I want to go down the type14 route maybe.....
    Thanks! You beat me to it.
    This link will take you directly to my install that Jim setup.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2116069

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    Check the Cayman Islands section "my intercooler Setup" for more pics.
    Looks great and beefy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotherapy View Post
    D.P thanks for pics....is that in a GPR ? As you look to have more room than i got for sure.....

    Slap ya.....my buddy will chime in later if he wants to produce a few kits but im guessing not due to cost of brackets and time to perfect he might say your better off buying a Riva kit....his brackets are a pure art work and his fabrication skills are second to none....

    mun802....sorry i have no pics at this time...thanks for link
    No Hydro, thats an FZR, I frefer the intercooler mounted this way because it will drain all the water out thus making the core last longer. This setup has not been tested offshore as yet but has been in several closed course races and it worked just fine.


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ID:	319383I have mine oriented opposite. I'm not a fabricator, I just have a mig welder, so I made my own. My bracket is bolted to the one head bolt hole and the bottom mount on motor from the factory intercooler. I have a bottom bracket from the motor mount bolt to the bottom of the intercooler. I used the rubber isolators from the stock air box so the IC is able to move independently of the motor. I used a sharp silicone 90 with a 3" piece of 3" pipe and a 45 degree silicone hose fitting from throttle body to the intercooler. The 90 and 45 almost touch when slid over the pipe. I have a 2 1/2 to 3" silicone adapter on SC into a sharp aluminum 90 with the BOV fitting along the side of the 90 then into a sharp silicone 90 into the top of the IC. I will have a pic of my adapter and alum 90 with BOV when I get back from my buddy welding fitting in for BOV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DP. View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotherapy View Post
    D.P thanks for pics....is that in a GPR ? As you look to have more room than i got for sure.....

    Slap ya.....my buddy will chime in later if he wants to produce a few kits but im guessing not due to cost of brackets and time to perfect he might say your better off buying a Riva kit....his brackets are a pure art work and his fabrication skills are second to none....

    mun802....sorry i have no pics at this time...thanks for link
    No Hydro, thats an FZR, I frefer the intercooler mounted this way because it will drain all the water out thus making the core last longer. This setup has not been tested offshore as yet but has been in several closed course races and it worked just fine.


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    i'm shocked how much room you have between cooler and gas tank if thats a type 14 in a FZR !! My FZS must of shrunk in the water lol
    Cool pics thanks D.P

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