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Stagea Intercooler

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Yep, I've just received my GReddy one - now I've gotta organise some time to get it fitted up.
Good new Nick shouldn`t take to long when you get reo off put some 2in tape on side where it bolt`s up mark&measure,then put some on dottom of reo mark line throw ,should need about 35mm on end`s not to much in the middle slot & flod up ,if you fold it up you can keep some of strenght in it not like MOST who just cut it OUT ???post-36964-1206514571_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514652_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514615_thumb.jpg

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post-36964-1206514698_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514788_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514868_thumb.jpghope this help`s you out NICK GOOD LUCK ,cheer`s chuckie

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Good new Nick shouldn`t take to long when you get reo off put some 2in tape on side where it bolt`s up mark&measure,then put some on dottom of reo mark line throw ,should need about 35mm on end`s not to much in the middle slot & flod up ,if you fold it up you can keep some of strenght in it not like MOST who just cut it OUT ???post-36964-1206514571_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514652_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514615_thumb.jpg

post-36964-1206514737_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206515314_thumb.jpg

post-36964-1206514698_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514788_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206514868_thumb.jpghope this help`s you out NICK GOOD LUCK ,cheer`s chuckie

Good idea, Chuckie. I was kinda thinking along the same lines - if I fold that part of the reo up it would help to act as a bit of an air guide to direct the air THROUGH the cooler, so it's a win-win situation.

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NOT what you think when you fold it ,it goes in side so you don`t see anythink,+ it`s not in the way.if you slot the reo it`s flod`s up alot easyer,i think i cut every 25mm so it`s not to hard .I think i will put some rubber along the back of the REO ,may have a look at putting some flexie pipe in the reo so that the top of intercooler get`s some cool air ????,just little bit`s that i will play with ,iam alos going to cut out the front number plate section & sort that all out so it look`s stockpost-36964-1206517532_thumb.jpgpost-36964-1206517511_thumb.jpgwill put ali throw so it will be strong,post-36964-1206518565_thumb.jpg&put some stainless steel mesh around opening`s ,cheer`s chuckie

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It fits no worries, after taking out the aircon fan. even goes behind standard bar though the front bar has to give a little. I just left the horns dangling and bolted them to where the top cooler attachment is after i got it in, I didnt even jack it up. the reo does cover quite a bit of it though.

I ordered the gtt one if that matters, I dont think it does but there you go.

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Sorry to bring an old thread back to life; anyone know what it would take for an R33 GTR (or R34 GTR) i/c to fit in a 260RS Stag? 
I assume the 260RS intercooler piping is different from the non-RB26 versions? 

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On 10/05/2020 at 1:12 PM, adey said:

Sorry to bring an old thread back to life; anyone know what it would take for an R33 GTR (or R34 GTR) i/c to fit in a 260RS Stag? 
I assume the 260RS intercooler piping is different from the non-RB26 versions? 

They are the same cooler

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On 5/10/2020 at 3:12 PM, adey said:

Sorry to bring an old thread back to life; anyone know what it would take for an R33 GTR (or R34 GTR) i/c to fit in a 260RS Stag? 
I assume the 260RS intercooler piping is different from the non-RB26 versions? 

Don't quite understand your question. The non RB26  non 260Rs Stagea has a sidemount. All 260s have an RB26.

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On 5/16/2020 at 9:08 AM, KiwiRS4T said:

Don't quite understand your question. The non RB26  non 260Rs Stagea has a sidemount. All 260s have an RB26.

Sorry, I re-read my post and it was terribly written. 

Let me take another stab:  What would it take to fit an R32/33/34 GTR intercooler onto my WGNC34 260RS? 
I wanted to know what the differences in piping, mounting points, and space/fitment are, to assess whether or not it makes sense to buy a GTR IC to modify to fit on my Stag.


It seems ARC has different part numbers for the i/c kits, so I assume there are some differences.   Nismo also only makes kits for the GTRs, not the Stags. 

Generally, there are many more options for GTR I/C kits than there are for our 260RSs. 


Cheers!

 

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On 5/15/2020 at 10:59 PM, RBW49N said:

They are the same cooler

Thanks!
I noticed that the BNR32 and BCNR33 use the same (nismo) part number, but the R34 is different.  Which will fit our WGNC34 Stag 260RSs?  What's the difference between those two part numbers? 

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On 18/05/2020 at 12:10 AM, adey said:

Thanks!
I noticed that the BNR32 and BCNR33 use the same (nismo) part number, but the R34 is different.  Which will fit our WGNC34 Stag 260RSs?  What's the difference between those two part numbers? 

The 34 has a sensor provision on it. Air temp I think. The 33 one is the one you want 

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