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    I picked these up in a trade like 25 years ago when I had a Grand National. They were actually making front mount kits to use these back then. The nice thing about the aluminum end tanks is you can customize the height too (or your favorite welder can).

    - Looking for $200 for the pair.

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    -Geoff

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    My buddy still has one of these in his GN. With the stage 2 motor he's running around 900 RWHP with it.
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    Yea, I think I missed the window to get top dollar for these!

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    I think I had one for a bit too back when a few people put them in TTA's. I decided not to mess with it becuase with that front bumper I didn't know how much it would really help.
    I would consider one now with my Camaro if you decided to split them up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TTA View Post
    I think I had one for a bit too back when a few people put them in TTA's. I decided not to mess with it becuase with that front bumper I didn't know how much it would really help.
    I would consider one now with my Camaro if you decided to split them up.
    If you want one, just say the word! I have no problem splitting.

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    ok, yea. are you going to be around later this week? I have to Run to Andy's shop Wed so I'll kinda be on your side of town.
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    Yes, I will be around all week except Wednesday morning until mid-afternoon. We have Juneteenth off! I know, right?

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    I have a GN, whats the story with mounting these on them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazybones View Post
    I have a GN, whats the story with mounting these on them?
    Back 20 years ago when I got them, someone was making kits - probably not anymore though! The intercooler is 40" wide and 21" Tall. The intercooler is like 30 inches between the inlets. As far as I can tell on Rock Auto the GN intercoolers are like 20" cores plus the tanks. I think this will mount in front, and the inlets will be to either side of the radiator. You just have to mount it and plumb it. I might have some tubing in the garage that will work. Let me take a look tomorrow.

    I have one left. If you want it $60.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazybones View Post
    I have a GN, whats the story with mounting these on them?
    There is a lot of modifying you need to do to fit them. Really not worth it anymore. The core support needs to be cut for the inlet and outlet. You also have to cut the header panel and wont be able to run high beams. And, you need to make your own in and out pipes.

    There's a lot more choices if you want to go aftermarket these days that are easier and cheaper. Their pretty much dead in the GN world.


    Sorry Geoff, didn't mean to shit on your post...lol
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