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Intercooler AND cold air intake?

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Is it possible to install both on a 2.0T?
 

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Yes
 

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Yes. Make sure the intake is specific to the 2.0. The intercooler from a 3.3 should work on the 2.0, mounting points are the same for both versions. This only applies for the intercooler itself, piping is completely different on 3.3 from 2.0.
 

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Injen makes quality stuff for sure.

Maintec is pretty good too, just not sure how it compares with other options.
 

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Your choices on FMIC are slim, The Maintec looks to be the only full system, that includes piping. There's just no FMIC systems out yet for the 2.0.

Here's another site that sells Manitec FMIC: https://sharkracing.com/kia-stinger/
 
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Welcome @Pewbangpro, do your research on all the FMIC, There's like 3 or 4 that come with cold side pipe & one that comes with merge pipe..
 

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