After we dyno tested the stock intercooler, we removed these two 8mm bolts that held the intercooler in. We also removed the connector to the MAP sensor and the sensor itself from the intercooler end tank.
We could now remove the stock intercooler.
The Garrett intercooler is much thicker, taller and wider than the stock intercooler. It has a lot more heat exchanger frontal area than stock. In fact, the Garrett intercooler core is 115% larger than stock.
The original factory MAP sensor was reinstalled on this boss on the new Garrett intercooler.
The new Garrett intercooler is slid into place and the charge pipe couplers are slid into place on the endtanks.
The two 8mm Torx screws are tightened in place.