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post #1 of 4 Old 10-11-2011, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
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Mishimoto Intercoolers

Hey guys I just round this while randomly looking around like I always do on eBay.

MISHIMOTO Aluminum BLACK Front Mount Intercooler Kit 10-11 Hyundai Genesis 2.0T | eBay

My brother used this came core on his Mazdaspeed Miata and it seems to be working wonderful for him. I know I have always had good luck with their radiators in the past they seem to be pretty solid and cheap upgrade.

Just wondering has anyone installed this kit yet on our car or any feed back. I know this wouldn't be a suggested upgrade for someone going to be large turbo setup but people that want to stay with the stock turbo setup or maybe in the GT25 class it might be a very cheap and nice solution???

I tired to google some numbers on this core but couldn't really find anything I know it is just a simple universal but maybe lucky with something good. Just looking for some thoughts.

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From everything I've gathered, the Misho is an intermediate intercooler. Better than the no-name ebay ones, but not really up to par with Buschur, AEM, AMS, AGP, ATP, PRW, AEM, CP-e, Beyond Redline, Synapse, etc.

Then you also have Depo Racing, CXRacing, Greddy, TurboXS which are more along the lines of the Mishimito, but seem to get a little better from feedback I've read. I would looks at all of these options before making a decsion & make sure the pipiing will work with you intake whether OEM or aftermarket as well as work with your radiator esp if aftermarket.

I have the Mishimito 2.0t radiator in my car because I feel it is better than the OEM one, but I would definately prefer the Koyo over it.

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Yeah, don't think I would break up getting my Beyond Redline version for this but for the guys out there that want something a little bit better than stock and just dont have the extra cash to through around this might be a solid option. Just something I randomly found while browsing. I didn't even know they were thinking about making a kit for our cars.

Would really like to see if anyone has one installed yet on here with a little dyno time to see how it is working for them.

Well just wanted to share guess I will have to keep bumping this over time to see if anyone gets one installed ever lol.

Clutchmaster Stage II Clutch
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UR 3" High-flow Cat
UR 3" Downpipe
Custom 3" Exhaust (no mufflers)
CP-e Intake
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Beyond Redline FMIC
264WHP and 314WTQ

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Hey Guys, a good friend of mine actually has the Mishimoto Intercooler installed on his 2010 coupe. From what I can gather from him, he couldn't be happier with his purchase. It seems like this intercooler is the ideal size for most people with the normal bolt ons. I do know the major reasons he decided to go with Mishimoto was the lifetime warranty and the fact that you are able to retain your stock crash bar. When I helped him install the intercooler, we found a step by step video online that was really helpful. If anyone wants to check it out, here is the link.

MishiM0T0's Channel - YouTube
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