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Old 12-13-2012, 06:01 AM   #1
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APS TT Intercooler Replacement?

Long story short, my last wreck destroyed the intercooler. Does anyone know of an intercooler that would be compatible with the APS setup?
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Old 12-25-2012, 12:46 PM   #2
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custom made, Im trying to make this fit my aps kit. looking for a good tig welder than can fab up a new intake charge pipe
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I would take the aps unit out and bring it to a speedshop, they might be able to match a core and just cut the end tanks out of the aps and weld them onto the new one, or replicate the whole intercooler for you.
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your looking at $1000 plus in materials, couldn't find a 6inch core anyway. APS did a good job on this one
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Old 12-26-2012, 10:06 AM   #5
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Yes, the APS intercooler kicks ass! Best fit I've seen in quite some time.
You can get 6" cores. They just cost a bunch. One that fits the APS dimensions is $751. And then you need cast end tanks, and the cost of labor to weld it together.

Here is a link for the cores anyway...
http://www.bellintercoolers.com/_pages/aachart600.html
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I would take the aps unit out and bring it to a speedshop, they might be able to match a core and just cut the end tanks out of the aps and weld them onto the new one, or replicate the whole intercooler for you.

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Thanks for the suggestions, guys! My car is currently in the shop getting a few major repairs done and I'm currently in Kyrgyzstan on my way home from a deployment to Afghanistan. I'm pretty excited to finally have my pride and joy back up and running and be able to finally get all the work done that I need.
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