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      01-20-2020, 06:25 AM   #1
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Intercooler piping question 335i n54

I have tried to do some searches myself so im not repeating already answered questions.
I have not been able to find much.

Im about to do the standard install of all the bolt ons ( pod filter intake, charge pipe vrsf, catless downpipes vrsf, exhaust corsa, Precision Raceworks ignition kit, mhd tune and front mount vrsf competition stepped ) and have a question in regards to the front mount side of things. When puting all these parts in should i be changing the stock intercooler piping? I will have standard turbos still. This great group is full of knowledgeable people and hope I can get some info or ideas for anything extra that should be done!!
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I have tried to do some searches myself so im not repeating already answered questions.
I have not been able to find much.

Im about to do the standard install of all the bolt ons ( pod filter intake, charge pipe vrsf, catless downpipes vrsf, exhaust corsa, Precision Raceworks ignition kit, mhd tune and front mount vrsf competition stepped ) and have a question in regards to the front mount side of things. When puting all these parts in should i be changing the stock intercooler piping? I will have standard turbos still. This great group is full of knowledgeable people and hope I can get some info or ideas for anything extra that should be done!!
No you should be fine. Vrsf comes with new couplers and clamps, as well as the upgrades lower charge pipe that connects to your new charge pipe
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Thanks man appreciate it
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hope I can get some info or ideas for anything extra that should be done!!
Welcome to the forum Grant

Sounds like you have some great mods planned
If you need help or advice, lots of friendly, helpful peeps in here

Meanwhile if you are after modding ideas, check out my build thread or the condensed version (link below). Have done one or two to my E92, hopefully there are some ideas for your build in there

https://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1235297
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