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    My new toys at work bruinsrme's Avatar
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    looking for Piranha IC install pictures

    Installing the P-IC I was kinda thrown for a loop when I wasn't able to utilize the higher up 90 degree water fitting. I was able to get a little less than a full turn on it before it came in contact with the outlet hose connection.

    Is the fix to use a straight extender then screw in the 90 degree?

    If you have any icts of your piranha IC install please post them.

    Thanks
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    Yeah mate i just did the install last night and there should be a straight extender in the kit to offset one 90 degree fitting so it doesnt hit the other.

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    Damn it you guys...the engineer can show you how it works on paper.

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    Piranha IC Installed

    Here is mine installed, It was pretty straight forward. I did attach the IC to the bracket before installing.

    Sorry only have one pic, hope this helps!
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    My new toys at work bruinsrme's Avatar
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    Thank you for the info and picts.

    I had to do a little work on the bracket to get it to fit.
    The installation of installing the back rear bolt has elude me. Most likely will have to pull the IC bracket and bolt the IC bracket back on.

    I do have to say the install is straight forward, very good direction and it looks very clean.

    Great product

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    I took two of us to put the intercooler in w/ the bracket on. I put it all in as one unit! Then one prerson held the unit and the other put the pump shoe bolts back in. Make sure you use silicone.

    Good luck!

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    Hey everyone I am having problems with my P iC brackett install. I can't get the IC past the VTS. I also could not get the Bracket to fit in the pump shoe area without griding the bracket some. Now I caan't get the bolts in the ic as it is hitting the VTS....

    Any help would be great... I have to say this polished look is sweet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Hey everyone I am having problems with my P iC brackett install. I can't get the IC past the VTS. I also could not get the Bracket to fit in the pump shoe area without griding the bracket some. Now I caan't get the bolts in the ic as it is hitting the VTS....

    Any help would be great... I have to say this polished look is sweet...

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    when i first installed my two Pirahna coolers they were cocked towards the VTS as well when properly bolted in an pointed towards the inside or middle of the boat....... so i put the part of the bracket that bolts to the pump area long ways in the vice and i bent/kinked the bracket away from me or towards the outside of the boat when installed....then when i reinstalled the bracket and attchached the cooler it was pointing straight forward with the boat like it needed to be to miss the VTS......just be happy u didnt have to get 100.00 A PIECE custom cooler exstensions as well like i did.........now they come that way!!!!! good luck Fellas!

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    herse couple pics and as u can see it doesnt give much room but maybe 1/2" even after i bent the bracket away from the ceter of the boat but its perfect once u get it right and fits like a glove.u can also see my custom cooler exstensions!
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    REID, that is it exactly it,,,, Awesome I will bend it as you said and get it in... I have been grinding the bracket and that hump on the Fiberglass for the bracket to fit were it bolts as to bolt to the hull flush. I have that fixed and now with your input will bend the bracket. Yes, I have the extensions..

    Yhanks bro!!!

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