Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Mountain Home, AR
Well, coming from the guy who spent 3 months on his back underneath his car figuring out what will mount where and what won't, lemme tell you....
The only way you'd get what you're talking about to work is if you removed your spare tire well and made the trunk floor flat. That's the only way you're going to get enough room to put a resevoir, exhanger, pump and fan under the rear of the car.
The way mine is setup, it would be completely bolt-on to an otherwise stock car. The ONLY things I had to modify on the car were 4 holes to mount the oil pump bracket, one hole to run the boost gauge feed into the car (already there for stereo wire), and one hole in the trunk to pass the wire through for the wideband O2 sensor/gauge that's in my A-pillar. EVERYTHING else bolts on to existing holes. With a lift and the right tools, a person could easily install it in a day.
God Bless and Fly Low!
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