This is all from the vturbo forums. I am not selling or trying to sell anything here just wondering if people are interested in an aftermarket fmic setup. I am not a vendor on here so I won't be selling or trying to sell anything just seeing what people think about an aftermarket fmic kit.
Ok, so after some discussions with my supplier about the parts I think I came up with a setup that will probably work on the v turbo.
It would be a one side in and out style intercooler to keep the piping near stock length but would have quite a bigger core size than stock and would be less prone to heat soak by being nearer to the engine bay.
The kit would use a greddy or hks style bov flang and would come with either style bov..
The kit would be complete and ready to bolt on for around 550$ or so, shipped in the USA. This would include the intercooler, hardware to bolt it up, couplers, bov , bov flange welded into the piping, ports for sensors in the piping, clamps, etc.
The hardest thing to figure out will be installing the boost pressure sensor into the piping as I don't have access to any aluminum welding equipment. I may be able to find a way to salvage the stock connection and use it that way.
Just wanting to see if there is any real interest because this would be quite the time and money investment for me to take on if there are not many people interested in actually buying it when it is completed.
Would only be able to choose black or blue couplers.
I have not chosen a core brand yet. Iam probably going to be using cores from one of my suppliers which have done me very well in the past. They are a great value and work very well.
Doesn't seem to be as much interest as I would have thought in the fmic setup.
I got with my supplier the other day and for a price they are willing to make a custom pipe for the veloster to connect the bov and the boost pressure sensor to.
I did a little pred design yesterday and this all looks very feasible.i am excited to do this but will need some more interest to get the custom pipes made as the minimum order on a custom pipe is ten pieces.
It looks like the pipe length will remain quite close to the same as stock while upgrading the intercooler core significantly. This will mean much better cooling ability with little to no more lag from the turbo.