Bolt on BHP performance Mini parts from Airtec dealers MW-UK. Contact us to have this part fitted in our workshop

Fits all Turbo powered Mini cooper S, no drilling required.

Available in Pro-Series satin Black only.

As part of our expanding Mini product range, AIRTEC Motorsport is proud to launch our Stage 2 intercooler upgrade for Mini Cooper S R56 suitable for track or fast road use.

In order to ensure there is no noticeable loss in performance during extended periods of hard driving, we have developed a larger, freer-flowing intercooler that is a direct replacement for the smaller and more restrictive OEM item.

Our solution to increasing the intercooler’s size and performance within the confines of the limited space behind the bumper is based upon a stepped core design. This offers a huge increase in overall capacity in comparison to the original intercooler, as well as a significant increase in frontal area over standard, which allows it to make the most of the air flow provided.

Together with our high-flow, moulded one-piece cast end tanks and an internal air diverter to ensure flow is directed correctly and efficiently, the AIRTEC Motorsport intercooler offers much greater efficiency and volume over standard.

Approximate Dimensions:

700mm width

210mm height

Depth: 80mm to 40mm stepped core

 AIRTEC: 3.2 litres


  • 80mm to 40mm stepped core design
  • Flowed cast end tanks,
  • No cutting to bumper needed
  • Fitting instructions and all required fixings supplied
  • Proven power increase on road and track use
  • Available in satin black
  • AIRTEC 3-year unlimited mileage warranty

Fits all turbo-powered Mini Cooper S, no drilling require although some minor trimming of lower grille maybe required.

Airtec have advised us that these products are made to order according to client colour request so may not be available from stock. We will do our best to get this item to you as fast a possible but please allow 2 to 3 weeks from the date of order if the item required is not in stock with Airtec.


Bolt on BHP, by lowering the charge Air temperatures, a remapped car has increased power by ecu changes that raise boost pressure and other parameters, this increase in boost pressure raise intake temps and power loss soon follows, by fitting an up-rated intercooler you lower these intake temps, in turn increasing bhp and making your engine safer

The step design has been proven by two other Intercooler manufactures and proved this design works, we have put our own twist on things with smooth cast end tanks and our proven bar ‘n’ plate intercooler core

Fits all Turbo powered Mini cooper S, no drilling required. Some minor trimming of lower grill may be required.

Available in Pro-Series satin Black 

Approximate Dimensions:

700mm width

210mm height

Step core design 80mm bottom section, 40mm top section

Intercooler Volume Capacity (The amount of charged air that the intercooler can hold)

AIRTEC: 3.2 litres

AIRTEC part number: ATINTMINI01

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