They typically are in front of the core support and radiator, mounted to the threaded but unused factory holes in the upper core support. Some intercoolers with bottom mounting holes will use holes drilled through the lower core support with bolts to mount it at the bottom.
I'm wondering how much "trimming" I can do without messing up the strength of the front end. I'm wanting to be able to put the A/C back on the car at some point and need to get the inner-cooler further out past the core.
Post by Matt Culpepper on Jan 8, 2011 10:07:23 GMT -5
...also you will need to decide whether you want performance over comfort. Which ever you prefer will be the item that goes out in front. Meaning if you want AC to be really cold it will need to be in the front. You'll also probably need to think about a pusher fan for the AC condenser.
Post by warwickben on May 20, 2012 18:56:46 GMT -5
This shows my brackets on the top going to the bumper. The inter cooler has tabs on the side. I welded a Bolt to each frame rail put a bolt through the tab with skate board bushings above and below the tabs. Or u could use sway bar endlinks bushing . It's the knock off ford cosworth intercooler .