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Old 03-11-2012, 12:10 PM   #1
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I just added an LFP dual pass heat exchanger to my vortech aftercooler and cobra bumper to my 04 GT. It will definatlty help keep my intake air temps down
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Old 03-11-2012, 12:14 PM   #2
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I just added an LFP dual pass heat exchanger to my vortech aftercooler and cobra bumper to my 04 GT. It will definatlty help keep my intake air temps down
That Cobra clip changed the whole look ... You should put a Cobra spoiler on that thing.

Nice ride
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Too sick!
I was thinking of changing my front bumper to the cobra one too!
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Thanks everyone what to do next??
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I just added an LFP dual pass heat exchanger to my vortech aftercooler and cobra bumper to my 04 GT. It will definatlty help keep my intake air temps down
Wered u get tht bumper did u order it?
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What's the tank there where your battery is supposed to go? And what are the caps on the coolant tank and what not?? Very nice looking ride!
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Wered u get tht bumper did u order it?
I bought the bumper from certifit it's a caps certified replacement part . I used all OEM Ford brackets, fogs, and bezels. It fit perfectly with no problems

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What's the tank there where your battery is supposed to go? And what are the caps on the coolant tank and what not?? Very nice looking ride!
The tank is for my vortech after cooler and holds water and coolant to keep intake air temps down from the blower

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I bought the bumper from certifit it's a caps certified replacement part . I used all OEM Ford brackets, fogs, and bezels. It fit perfectly with no problems

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The tank is for my vortech after cooler and holds water and coolant to keep intake air temps down from the blower. The caps are billet polished aluminum from UPR and are simply for show.
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[QUOTE=Mzilla;1080749]I bought the bumper from certifit it's a caps certified replacement part . I used all OEM Ford brackets, fogs, and bezels. It fit perfectly with no problems

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The tank is for my vortech after cooler and holds water and coolant to keep intake air temps down from the blower

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I bought the bumper from certifit it's a caps certified replacement part . I used all OEM Ford brackets, fogs, and bezels. It fit perfectly with no problems

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The tank is for my vortech after cooler and holds water and coolant to keep intake air temps down from the blower. The caps are billet polished aluminum from UPR and are simply for show.
I thought that's what it might be for, but I just wanted to ask. So did you relocate your battery to the trunk then or something?
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I just added an LFP dual pass heat exchanger to my vortech aftercooler and cobra bumper to my 04 GT. It will definatlty help keep my intake air temps down
Wow this is sweet! It looks great
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Wow this is sweet! It looks great
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Maybe an aggressive hood and a shorty antenna but it's not needed she is sick.
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I just added an LFP dual pass heat exchanger to my vortech aftercooler and cobra bumper to my 04 GT. It will definatlty help keep my intake air temps down
Sick ride!!!!...... Very nice setup
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That's a sick ride bro! How much extra weight does that after cooler tank add? Does it make a big difference in keeping temps down?
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Maybe an aggressive hood and a shorty antenna but it's not needed she is sick.
Gonna keep the factory hood for now . It does have a shorty antenna even with the roof line.

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That's a sick ride bro! How much extra weight does that after cooler tank add? Does it make a big difference in keeping temps down?
The intercooler and water tank add the same weight by a few pounds as the battery. The battery has be relocated to the trunk.
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Thanks everyone what to do next??
Your car is sick! IF you do anything else, i would keep the stock hood and put an 03/04 cobra spoiler on the rear end
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