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> FS: FMIC bracket for st204 frame rail. Holds S14/S15 nissan I/C
post Mar 27, 2015 - 4:24 PM
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Do any of you high boost/big build guys want this Celica FMIC bracket? Me and a friend made it out of 1/4 flat bar and 1/4 channel iron, in terms of being a crashbar it's more solid than the stock one and fits the st204 frame rails. Plus it's made to mount a Nissan S14/S15 huge FMIC. It was on my car for about 4 years or so, even while I was building the engine. The I/C I have with it I'm better off selling it locally to the Nissan guys just because of shipping costs on large items from here. The I/C I had on it was 4x12x28 with 3 inch inlet and outlet. I had to shave some plastic from behind the stock prefacelift bumper but it fit perfectly after. Now I'm running a smaller Mishimoto I/C mounted to the factory crash bar. Shipping should be between $40-$60 depending on location in the US. And I would just want a little over $100 on top of that. There aren't that many boosted 6gcs on the island here, so selling it locally is almost out of the question.

This is the bracket, top of the bracket is on the left

This is how it mounts to the celica. You just need two flat bars on the bottom of it to hold it steady and bolt to the chassis.


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