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More questions. P1SC has a 3.75" inlet and 3" outlet. I assume I would need to use a 4" inlet tube and use a reduction spacer to get it on the head unit. Can all of the output tubing be 3" right up to the throtle body?
 

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What do you plan on running A2A or W2A? I have a set of DR W2A pipes if you need them. All you would need is the compressor side which is easy to fab
 
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I want to go A2A. Cheaper and less parts. My motor is on the tired side so I'm not looking to make big power, maybe 410-420rwhp.
 

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IIRC the TB inlet is 4-1/4"~4-1/2" You can get a silicone reducing 90* that's 3" to TB.
www.frozenboost.com

Doesn't Landy have a guy that makes A2A pipes? Shoot him a PM
 

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You use 3" piping.
I used this:
Cxracing 3" 9pcs Free U Pipe Intercooler Piping Kit | eBay
Dont let the price fool you, its an awesome kit for the money. It comes in black too.

You want this intercooler, fits perfectly:
TR1035 Intercooler 666HP- TREADSTONE PERFORMANCE

Set your kit up for a Blow-Thru MAF.
I recommend buying the MAF from here:
PAS Xtreme Mass Air Sensor

Its a re-badged Pro-M for $60 dollars less. Then buy the appropriate wiring harness and flange.
6 Pin 6 Wire Pigtail - Mass Air Accessories - Mass Air Meters
Drop-In Sensor Weld-On Flange - Mass Air Accessories - Mass Air Meters
 
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IIRC the TB inlet is 4-1/4"~4-1/2" You can get a silicone reducing 90* that's 3" to TB.
www.frozenboost.com

Doesn't Landy have a guy that makes A2A pipes? Shoot him a PM
I have a tig welder, mig welder and access to a full machine shop. I really want to do it myself. Plus I'm cheap! Got one daughter going to college and another two years behind her! It's going to be a couple of years of gathering parts on the sly.
 
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You use 3" piping.
I used this:
Cxracing 3" 9pcs Free U Pipe Intercooler Piping Kit | eBay
Dont let the price fool you, its an awesome kit for the money. It comes in black too.

You want this intercooler, fits perfectly:
TR1035 Intercooler 666HP- TREADSTONE PERFORMANCE

Set your kit up for a Blow-Thru MAF.
I recommend buying the MAF from here:
PAS Xtreme Mass Air Sensor

Its a re-badged Pro-M for $60 dollars less. Then buy the appropriate wiring harness and flange.
6 Pin 6 Wire Pigtail - Mass Air Accessories - Mass Air Meters
Drop-In Sensor Weld-On Flange - Mass Air Accessories - Mass Air Meters
I looked at that pipe kit and blow through maf! Thanks for the confirmation that they aren't crap. I'll look at the intercooler too, Thanks!
 

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You use 3" piping.
I used this:
Cxracing 3" 9pcs Free U Pipe Intercooler Piping Kit | eBay
Dont let the price fool you, its an awesome kit for the money. It comes in black too.

You want this intercooler, fits perfectly:
TR1035 Intercooler 666HP- TREADSTONE PERFORMANCE

Set your kit up for a Blow-Thru MAF.
I recommend buying the MAF from here:
PAS Xtreme Mass Air Sensor

Its a re-badged Pro-M for $60 dollars less. Then buy the appropriate wiring harness and flange.
6 Pin 6 Wire Pigtail - Mass Air Accessories - Mass Air Meters
Drop-In Sensor Weld-On Flange - Mass Air Accessories - Mass Air Meters
thats a good deal on that 3" pipe kit, thanks for pointing that out i just picked one up
 

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I was hesitant when buying it, but trust me its good stuff.
 

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Hey Zack I have a centri question for you. I have yet to see anyone use both cooling methods on a centri. Would it be feasible to go A2A and use a 03 cobra lower with a procharger W2A upper hat? I would think it could be the best of both worlds

Just wondering
 

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Hey Zack I have a centri question for you. I have yet to see anyone use both cooling methods on a centri. Would it be feasible to go A2A and use a 03 cobra lower with a procharger W2A upper hat? I would think it could be the best of both worlds

Just wondering
The air would get cooled in the A/A intercooler, then get heated up 50+ degrees in the Procharger style hat.

A/A is best for street cars, W/A for all out drag cars.
 

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I got the cx racing kit today, what a killer value here is a few pictures of the pipe kit for those that doubt the quality of a 100 dollar intercooler pipe kit, I know I did at first






 

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Looks decent, what size pipe is it?
3" but you can get about any size from them, it looks like as good if not better quality than the treadstone kits I've used and it was over 100 dollars cheaper
 

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i think 3 maybe i havnet looked that close yet, they look the same as the treadstone ones i ran the last couple years, not sure that i will run that many couplers i will probably cut the lip off the ends of the pipes and have them tiged up so i will only need a coupler on each end
 

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