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#1: 02-01-2013, 12:57 PM
FS: (SOCAL) RaxerX FMIC $350
 
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I am listing my RacerX FMIC setup. Orange, CA

Priced at $400 INCLUDING SHIPPING TO ALL CONT USA! SOLD for $300 LOCAL PICKUP

Comes with all piping including for STI and LGT Turbo Fitment.

This is V1 kit with three cold side pipes including V2 cold side cut for better battery fitment.

One side of the core was painted black but most of the paint has come off.

Locals, come by and take a look.

Should fit 05-09 LGT and most newer WRX cars.


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Still have your ic for sale? If so can you tell me more about condition and how many miles are on it?
it is still for sale.

The core is painted black on one side but a lot of paint is coming off. The other side is metallic color, non painted. On the non painted side there are a few bent fins in two sections.

The silicon tubes/connectors are a bit dirtied but work fine. They appear used.

The clamps are all T clamps. Most appear used but work find.

If any tubes or T clamps dont work or are damaged, I will replace them.

From the left side of the core, the metal tube that goes down and up to the hot side of the turbo has some scratches and a small dent.

The next section that goes near the intake to the turbo appears fine. Appears used.

The final section to the turbo with the LGT turbo flange looks good and has a gasket for the turbo.

The optional V1 STI section was never used and looks new.

On the cold side coming from the core, there are three optional section based on what fits your car the best. It comes with all three.

The first one is in two sections designed for easier battery removal and fitment for the car. It is looks used but decent shape. It has a minor scratch and dent on the apex of the radius on the bottom.

It has a "hump" section that goes near the battery that is connected with a "hump" silicon connector. On the bolt area of the timing belt cover, the previous timing belt bolt scratched the tube a bit.

The other two section, they are complete sections all the way to past the battery and do not require the "hump" silicon tube. They could be cut if need be like the other tube. They difference between them (as seen in the pictures) is the radius of the bend on the bottom and the angle of the tubing allowing for differences in different cars.

The final section from the cold side to the intake is in decent shape and appears used. Fitment is tight around the fuel lines as are most FMIC kits for there cars.

Was on the car for about 15k miles.

Any questions? PM or post here.
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Last edited by omnicron; 02-23-2013 at 05:07 PM.. Reason: UPDATE SOLD STATUS
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