V-mount set up

Old 01-30-2008, 10:20 AM
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V-mount set up

i have yet to own an S(but have driven a few with different setups), and this spring i'm considering purchasing an S or a 350Z. leaning towards an S though.
anyway, i was looking around at different sites for turbo options for an S. and i remembered that a-spec tuning makes a kit. so i looked and found this.

http://www.a-spectuning.com/html/products/s2000.htm

this kit come with a V-mount intercooler/radiator set up. im wondering if anyone in the chicago area had tried this out at all on an S.

i used to own a 93Rx7 with and was running a greddy FM with thier Gt53R and was going to switch over the the V-mount set up because there had been so many positive reviews on the Rx forum. + it makes it look back to stock.
jus thought i'd throw this up there. and see what you guys thought of it. i'll proly call them over the weekend if i get a chance.
maybe i'll have the first one on this site.
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Old 01-30-2008, 10:31 AM
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That's a new one on me H8, but I'm not overly fluent in what's out there for Stewie.
Let's see whut the FI fellas think of it when they get here.
'Godda admit though, the blurb does sound promisin' . . but the inked portion always does, doesn't it?
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