Doesn't come with bigger pipes. Inlet and outlet is 2.5...
Comp. Ladeluftkühler Kit Kia (Pro)Ceéd Forte Hyundai Elantra Veloster | wagner-tuning.com (wagner-tuning.com)When is the Wagner be available? also what pipe option do I have if I want to get a standard mount BOV?
The SXTH kit looks like it comes with the pipe for the BOV. I don't see one from Wagner.Comp. Ladeluftkühler Kit Kia (Pro)Ceéd Forte Hyundai Elantra Veloster | wagner-tuning.com (wagner-tuning.com)
Like the SXTH Element Intercooler the Wagner IC is unavailable (out of stock)...you can ask to be notified when they are available again.
Front Mount Intercooler Kit for Elantra Sport & 2nd Gen Veloster Turbo (sxthelement.com)
Not quite sure of your question on the BOV.
The cold pipe is what the RCV/BOV is positioned on. SXTH does sell the cold pipe separately - I bought another one to modify it - you have to call them.Are there aftermarket BOV pipe? I didn't find one on SXTH's site. i do see the hot pipe pipe.
I have an old HKS BOV that was in another car that is now extra piece. I can use that for the Forte GT if someone can direct me to an aftermarket pipe
Do you have GT2 on your Forte GT?Of Course loads since I'm in AZ and its hot and I consistently get high IATS. Again only place and great customer service compared to Wagner's actual site is n75motorsports.ca. Yes I know they are in Canada But Daniel Cisalowicz provides great customer support. Main sales manager I believe. Anyways he's on Facebook messenger if ya have any questions. He may throw a discount may not. Threw me 10 bucks off my order because of shipping being high.
Just watch the video on Wagner's website. They install it on a Pro-ceed GT same vehicle as the Forte GT Hatchback they sell in Canada.We established that you don't have the GT2 package... I think you will still have to remove the bumper impact bar because of the size of the Wagner IC.
To remove the Impact bar - there are 4 12MM bolts and 1 10MM nut on each side, in addition you'll need to remove 4 wire loom retainers, the wire to the temp sensor
and the wire to the smart cruise sensor.
When reinstalling the Bumper Impact Bar you'll find the radiator support moves! Make sure to line up the Impact bar and reinstall the bolts by realigning them with the bolt-head marks on the Impact bar.