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How to Install the Mitsubishi Evo 6 FMIC 16VT

How to Install the Mitsubishi Evo 6 FMIC 16VT

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How to install the Mitsubishi Evo 6 FMIC (16VT)
Please Note: The fitment of the Evo 6 intercooler will not fit in this way if you have the standard airbox - this fitment requires a SIP (straight induction pipe) to be fabricated at the same time. Also it does require some trimming of the internal structure on the OE bumper and the cutting of the foamsupport section. If you don't want to do this please use another FMIC.In addition the ICV (idle control valve) must be remounted on the alloy pipe near the throttle body,this requires a plate welding onto the intake tube
Parts Required
 Parts ordered from Demon Tweaks(DT) so the numbers are there
The Samco hose used 
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(prices and parts numbers are 2006)
 1 x 90degree reducing elbow 63mm > 51mm (DT part RE9063-51) 18.12GBP (turbo outlet to firstalloy section - this may be different if turbo turbo is not OE)1 x 90 degree elbow 63mm (DT E90 - 63) 18.12GBP - into FMIC2 x coupling hose 63mm (SCH63) 4.83 (one in front of battery, one spare)1 x 45degree elbow 63mm (E45-63) 21.28 (SIP off turbo to clear below AC)1 x straight reducer 76mm > 63mm (SR76-63) 14.64 (for SIP - from 2.5" to 3" back of apexi pod)1 x Reducer elbow 70mm>63mm (RE9070-63) 21.46 (into throttle body)Demon Tweaks total £108 GBP or thereaboutsAlso used: four 90 degree 2.5" alloy bends, and some straight pipe and welded up plumbing (I have atig but this could cost you a lot). , plus a 45 degree alloy for SIP, and some 3" pipe and plate to makeup a mounting plate/bracket for pod.I went to the radiator shop but you also need some way to flare the ends of the alloy pipes to stopthe Samco hoses blowing off 

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