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Old 12-10-2002, 09:28 PM   #1
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Benefits Of Supra SMIC?

Does anybody know the flow rate of the Supra SMIC? I'd like to compare that to a Griffen FMIC from RRE, and see if its worth it to get the SMIC instead of a FMIC. Getting the SMIC would save money, but the looks of having a FMIC is something also.
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what are you gonna run with it? its perfect for 14b-16g cars. its a kickass mod and will save you a ton of money. plus its stealth when you tuck it up in there.
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Old 12-10-2002, 09:51 PM   #3
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another benifit is that you can use the pipes you have already.

http://fuse.wox.org:81/supra_ic/ has the difference in size and I think the flow rate.
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well.. i am planning to use a FP Big T-28 with the Supra SMIC. Does that sound like a good combination?
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Old 12-11-2002, 08:01 AM   #5
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yes it will be fine.
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that's my plan as well.
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The Supra SMIC is very good for the money, but I was looking at the install and it looked a little shady to get that bad boy up in the wheel well, so I'll prolly just go with a FMIC eventually. Besides, even though it is really steathy, you can't beat the look of a menacing FMIC.
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