No Y-Pipe, the two lines from the turbo's go directly into the end tank on one side of the Intercooler, then out the other, one pipe goes out, and up to your Throttle Body.
Fmic, does not really block the radiator.. as long as there is room between the Intercooler, and the radiator, you will not be hurting your cooling affects.
No y-pipe needed for the FMIC. 2" piping from two turbos to the IC endtank then 3" pipe all the way to the throttle body.
It actually block the radiator and AC core. A good IC core wouldn't hurt the coolant temp tho.
So are you turboing your car? I can't quite make up my mind on what I want to do. Built motor with n2o or light mods and factory turbos? In the long run I think they will both cost about the same. I am just more concerned with daily driving problems and complications.
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