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      03-17-2010, 07:08 PM   #23
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I've been good. Just really busy! I still find time to mod a little here and there. I'm looking at getting a little project car for the summer! Maybe an MX-5.
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      03-26-2010, 10:12 AM   #24
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man i wish mine went that quickly, with trimming and test fitting it took about 2.5 hours plus my gasket on the passenger side stock intercooler was jacked and I had to get another one, and know I am not alone on the fact that the passenger side coupler is a b#@#h to get on even with grease, other than that I would have to agree with lutz performance getting the stocker off takes about 10 minutes, thats including getting the car on ramps, but WORTH EVERY SECOND!!!!!!!! HPF FTW, it is a great fmic and a must for people with tunes.
LOL...try 2.5 days...ended up trimming a good bit from inner bumper (135i Performance bumper) and yes the passenger side coupler is a pain in the butt, thought maybe I had done something wrong but you guys just vindicated me! I mentioned this to the guys at HPF but thought I would add it here, but I added a small washer to the two mounting torx bolts (the stock side mounting area) because it looks like over time that bolt and the metal slot on the FMIC may wear down....
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      03-26-2010, 11:16 AM   #25
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LOL...try 2.5 days...ended up trimming a good bit from inner bumper (135i Performance bumper) and yes the passenger side couple is a pain in the butt, thought maybe I had done something wrong but you guys just vindicated me! I mentioned this to the guys at HPF but thought I would add it here, but I added a small washer to the two mounting torx bolts (the stock side mounting area) because it looks like over time that bolt and the metal slot on the FMIC may wear down....
Thanks for your input! We and HPF are glad you were able to solve the issues you were having installing your HPF FMIC. Thanks again for your patients allowing us and HPF to help you best we could.
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