AIRTEC Motorsport Front Mount Intercooler Upgrade and Big Boost Pipe Kit for Mini F56 JCW. Add a stage 1 or 2 remap and you will have a completely different car.
Silicone pro hoses available in different colours as well as the logo on the intercooler, please specific in the notes section. Silver pipework only.
AIRTEC Intercooler Upgrade for Mini F56 JCW Features:
Available in Pro-Series Black for the ultimate stealth look.
AIRTEC Motorsport Stage 1 Uprated Big Boost Pipes for the Mini F56 John Cooper Works.
A must for all tuned examples, our larger boost pipes offers improved flow with less restriction over the car’s original boost pipes.
All connectors have swaged ends to stop the pipes blowing off under pressure.
Includes three metal hard pipes, one hose joiner and two Pro Hoses silicone hoses. Pipework finished in Motorsport Satin Silver and 10 silicone hose colours to choose from.
Designed to fit with our AIRTEC uprated intercooler only.
AIRTEC part no: ATINTMINI07
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