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Default 09-08-2021, 08:07 AM

Definitely interested if it fits the with Mishimoto IC.


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Default 11-09-2021, 06:26 PM

Has the install guide been posted? Interested in this for my 2020 Stinger
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Default 11-10-2021, 08:52 PM

+1 on the install guide request, considering I bought one and it's right now on a UPS truck.
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Default 11-27-2021, 05:06 AM

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+1 on the install guide request, considering I bought one and it's right now on a UPS truck.
Did you get your cooler installed? Still need to do mine.
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Default 11-27-2021, 10:51 AM

Email payam@burgertuning.com if you need help installing it or can't find the guide.


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Default 11-27-2021, 12:24 PM

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Email payam@burgertuning.com if you need help installing it or can't find the guide.
Just waiting on a decent day to do it. No need on the guide, though will keep in touch if I have issues. I made one up and sent it to you guys for others to use.
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Default 11-27-2021, 04:01 PM

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Did you get your cooler installed? Still need to do mine.
Not yet - getting some warranty work done at the dealer, and want to have that completed first.
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Default 12-29-2021, 08:58 PM

Finally installed the BMS trans cooler along with the BMS intercooler into my G70. Some observations:

1: It is a TIGHT fit! The top of the intercooler, bottom of the trans cooler, and condenser are all touching each other. As the pic in the thread shows, I was only able to use 1 mounting bracket, having to rely on the relatively stiff AN lines to help locate the trans cooler.

2: The intercooler would probably be better suited to the G70 if it were shorter. With its current size, about the top 1.5" of the intercooler is up flush against the bumper - completely cutting off airflow and rendering that part of the intercooler ineffective. Being shorter would also reduce weight, considerably simplify installation, and eliminate it butting up against the trans cooler.

3: I was able to retain the use of the Air Guard aero shutters by trimming a section of the bottom to allow it to fit around the trans cooler. Wasn't sure if retaining it is recommended practice or not with both the upgraded intercooler and trans cooler installed.

4: I got a really good look at how convoluted the G70 intakes that feed from the front bumper are. Restrictive enough (3 90 degree turns and air drawn from the top) to lead me to decide that removing them (and leaving the openings leading to the airboxes open) is the better option.

5: If I were to remove the air guard entirely (reducing that bit of weight and ensuring the trans cooler always gets air flow, will the G70 throw any codes?
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