Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby T-REXX » Thu Sep 25, 2014 2:03 pm

Pro Speed Racing has been the first bite of the cheery with the new Mishimoto TMIC suit MY08-14 WRX, Libertly BL5 and Forester SH

We have joined up with Turbosmart and Mishimoto to offer the best value package available on the market for the TMIC...

Not only is it great value, the Mishimoto range of products still cover the Lifetime warranty be it manufacture fault OR if you crash your car... IT is still covered no questions asked...

We have started a pre order for this package and due to be landing in Australia around mid next month..
if you want to do a little bit of reading and see whats involved with the testing and how the item is made click on this link
http://engineering.mishimoto.com/?cat=107


http://www.prospeedracing.com.au/produc ... er-SH.html

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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby shav » Thu Sep 25, 2014 4:07 pm

Looks interesting Troy.

Does this unit come with a shroud? Also how hard will it be to fit the BL5's, i.e. will it require modification to any under bonnet components to make it fit?
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby T-REXX » Thu Sep 25, 2014 4:11 pm

shav wrote:Looks interesting Troy.

Does this unit come with a shroud? Also how hard will it be to fit the BL5's, i.e. will it require modification to any under bonnet components to make it fit?

IT will be a DIRECT FIT.. no modding..

No shroud ... use the OEM one

It only needs a shroud if you are going wider then OEM size..
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby shav » Thu Sep 25, 2014 4:17 pm

T-REXX wrote:
shav wrote:Looks interesting Troy.

Does this unit come with a shroud? Also how hard will it be to fit the BL5's, i.e. will it require modification to any under bonnet components to make it fit?

IT will be a DIRECT FIT.. no modding..

No shroud ... use the OEM one

It only needs a shroud if you are going wider then OEM size..


Thanks for the clarification. So basically you are getting a better flowing TMIC AND a brand new Turbosmart BOV in one unit?
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby T-REXX » Thu Sep 25, 2014 4:20 pm

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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby GONEWALKABOUT » Thu Sep 25, 2014 9:27 pm

have you got any meaurements of size? :) and does it come with any sort of piping
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby T-REXX » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:50 pm

Dimensions are the same as your OEM one.
Thickness about 40 mm thicker.

Pipes comes with a new silicon Throttle body hose
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby ferret89 » Fri Oct 03, 2014 4:32 pm

This obviously isn't a fit for the 04-06 twinscrolls?
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby legacydan » Fri Oct 03, 2014 7:35 pm

So what advantages does this have over other ones like the Process West for example? Seems to be more less the same price for just a solid oem replacement size cooler
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby T-REXX » Sat Oct 04, 2014 6:14 pm

ferret89 wrote:This obviously isn't a fit for the 04-06 twinscrolls?


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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby T-REXX » Sat Oct 04, 2014 6:16 pm

legacydan wrote:So what advantages does this have over other ones like the Process West for example? Seems to be more less the same price for just a solid oem replacement size cooler


Process West is $1150
Mishimoto is $899 with BOV.. not sure how u get more or less the same price.

Improvements over the oem is thicker core, more free flowing core,which will be better cooling efficiency and a BOV that doesnt leak under hi boost.
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby legacydan » Sun Oct 05, 2014 8:43 am

T-REXX wrote:
legacydan wrote:So what advantages does this have over other ones like the Process West for example? Seems to be more less the same price for just a solid oem replacement size cooler


Process West is $1150
Mishimoto is $899 with BOV.. not sure how u get more or less the same price.

Improvements over the oem is thicker core, more free flowing core,which will be better cooling efficiency and a BOV that doesnt leak under hi boost.


I got a great deal on my process west one so!
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby T-REXX » Sun Oct 05, 2014 4:08 pm

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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby Bezzza » Tue Oct 07, 2014 11:13 pm

legacydan wrote:So what advantages does this have over other ones like the Process West for example? Seems to be more less the same price for just a solid oem replacement size cooler


The PW does requires a slight bit of modifying to fit properly and excessive curves on the silicone piping can't be optimal IMO. Also very OEM styled for those who like a sleeper look with added performance benefits.
This is coming from a PW owner to btw :lol:

Should sell like hotcakes i reckon Troy.
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Re: Mishimoto TMIC for Liberty

Postby shav » Wed Oct 08, 2014 11:33 am

Bezzza wrote:
legacydan wrote:So what advantages does this have over other ones like the Process West for example? Seems to be more less the same price for just a solid oem replacement size cooler


The PW does requires a slight bit of modifying to fit properly and excessive curves on the silicone piping can't be optimal IMO. Also very OEM styled for those who like a sleeper look with added performance benefits.
This is coming from a PW owner to btw :lol:

Should sell like hotcakes i reckon Troy.


This is the reason why Im saving my pennys for one.
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