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Hey Folks!

We had a power outage at our facility last Friday and experienced some slight complications communicating with Clients and such just prior to and during the Memorial Day Weekend Holiday.

Since this happened, I am offering a Post Memorial Day Blowout sale on the popular AAM Competition S-Line FMIC!!

Usually MAP priced at $1,995 plus shipping, I will offer a reserve six AAM Competition S-Line FMIC units at a special Post Memorial Day Blowout sale price point of.....

$1,465 plus shipping!!!! (THIS WEEK ONLY!! Ending close of business this Friday, May 30, 2014)



  • Core Size 22.2x10x4.5 - Largest Street Core Available
  • Best balance of size, position surface area & flow
  • No Weight penalty
  • Retains factory impact beam & ram shroud
  • Bolts into OE location
  • Made in the USA!
$1,465 plus shipping!!!! (THIS WEEK ONLY!! Ending close of business this Friday, May 30, 2014)

PM me now for details and order placement!

Thank You.
 

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Would this provide adequate airflow for an approx. 800-850whp build? (Rods, pistons, SiR 1.5s running at about 24-25PSI.)

I see Wankeldude's build utilized the AAM race FMIC.
 

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I'm in.

PM price shipped to 89044.
 

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@hifipj: Absolutely. The AAM Competition S-Line FMIC supports up to 1200awhp. The AAM Competition RaceCore product would be the appropriate product for GT-R's producing on the north side of 1200awhp. Some GT-R Owners simply love the visual construction of our RaceCore FMIC, so they opt to utilize it in a lower awhp build.

I can't argue with that premise because the RaceCore is sexy as hell to look at on a GT-R.
 

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One SOLD!!!!

Five units left!

Who's next?

How about YOU over there with your OEM intercoolers looking all hot from heat soak. Stop reading this thread, cool your GT-R's ambient air temperature and nab one of these 5 units left.
 

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PM a quote shipped to 97007 pls. Also, does it have a bigger core than BL and AMS?

Does the AAM intercooler mate up to aftermarket intercooler pipes?
 

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Any issues using gotboost 3" intercooler piping with this unit.....straight bolt in? Thanks!

please PM shipping cost to Canada....postal code T5S 2S6.
 

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Lol if true vendor should be banned.
 

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Now thats comical!
 

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@ Celsius: It's a different inventory stock, as the eBay items, that I have listed, have some scuffs and surface imperfections as indicated.
 

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Thanks Marken. Looking forward to getting it.
 

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The AAM Competition S-Line FMIC was designed to be a bolt-on with the OEM GT-R intercooler piping. Keeping this in mind, as long as the aftermarket piping you are using retains an OEM bolt-on philosophy, you should be good to go.
 

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Just like Marken said, if your intercooler piping works with the factory intercooler, you won't have any issues by adding the AAM Competition S-Line Street Intercooler.
 
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