I purchased your intercooler kit for my 95 MR2 turbo. Do you have a site with installation instructions ? Doug
No website instructions as of yet. As usual, your mileage may vary, and this may not be the only way to do this, but these are complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Use of these instructions is your responsibility and I can't be held liable for any negative results to using these instructions.
You'll want to follow the Toyota procedures for removal of the stock IC and IC to body shroud.
Next you will install with the recirc shield first and the studs to locate it and install the lower nut only to secure the recirc shield in place.
After that, the core gets installed over the studs with the nuts to mount it.
Now install the fan on the shroud, with the nuts to secure it, and install the fan and shroud assembly onto the core.
Wire the fan to the stock fan wiring (cut the connector off of the stock IC fan) so that the fan will see power when the stock unit would have seen power. Blue with black stripe needs to connect to the Blue wire on the spal fan, and blue with red stripe needs to connect to the black wire on the spal fan.
Install the lower IC hose and clamp onto the core and tighten the clamp. Then install the IC inlet pipe into the hose with the short end going into the lower silicone coupler on the IC and snug the clamp down, but not so tight that you can't reposition the pipe in the hose.
Install the cold pipe from the IC to the throttle body with hoses and clamps on each end. Snug down the hose clamps but leave them loose enough that you can reposition the pipe and hoses slightly.
Install the hot-pipe with hoses and clamps to the turbo and IC inlet pipe. Again, snug down the hose clamps but leave them loose enough that you can reposition the pipe and hoses slightly.
Install your X-brace with fasteners finger tight. Check clearance of the pipes and reposition by pushing them away from the X-brace if they are too close.
Tighten all hose clamps and ensure that all connections to the BOV are reconnected.
Tighten X brace completely and then start the car to ensure it runs properly. Even minor leaks at any of the hose connections can make the car not run well, or not at all. Go an boost on the car if it does run well, but be careful as it is very common for the boost controller to need to be reset as the freer flowing IC setup will allow more boost at the intake manifold.
Hope that helps.