This is a discussion on FMIC you can recommend me for HPSI phase 2? within the Eurocompulsion forums, part of the Dodge Dart Forum - Supporting Vendors category; only one i can find a few direct fit. tork and they dont support anymore I see drps. Definitely a high price for it. would ...
only one i can find a few direct fit. tork and they dont support anymore
I see drps. Definitely a high price for it. would hpsi intercooler pipes even fit on there i was reading certain other companies pipes wont?
Or i could do needswings bigger fmic and hot and cold pipe combo thats thermal coated for 850 (no bov)
what do you guys thinks the BEST option?
Last edited by Buddersnaps; 10-05-2016 at 12:36 AM.
There are a few good options. First of all, we think the Dart's stock intercooler is OK, it's not great, but it's certainly not bad. However on really hot days, and in situations where it can heat soak it could be an issue. Here are my suggestions:
1. For most people, as a minimum you should have upgraded intercooler piping to improve flow and reduce the charge air temp a little. You can also use header wrap on the downpipe after the Catalytic converter. That helps keep heat out of the charge air.
2. The best option is a bigger intercooler, especially if you don't have the self control to back off when you know temps or heat soak may be a factor. I have seen two good options here, there may be more. First, some people have used our intercooler pipes and adapted them with 90 silicone couplers to attach them to CRX intercoolers from evil bay. The CRX intercoolers are good, especially for the money. The other options I have seen is Dane Racing's intercooler. It looks very good to me and the price is fair.
Last edited by Greg@EC; 10-06-2016 at 05:09 AM.
I generally start to pay attention around 90F outside air temp or about 120F iat in the intake manifold.