My S/C Corolla RS-X (Now with Added Water to Air intercooler pics) Figured it'd be interesting for you guys to see my soon to be water-to-air intercooled corolla (mostly because it's like not a AE86 lol) The car used to have a fullsik front mount intercooler, but i removed it. Why? Because I was sick of having shit off throttle (read: anti lag) lag and because the giant intake tract played havoc with the MAP sensor which caused idle-seek, especially on hot days. I'm retrofitting the water to air kit from the early 90's Subaru Liberty RS turbo onto it. At the moment, it's just came back from the aircon guys bowdown: to Norm who did it for me, the previous owner left a veritable rats nest behind the dash) and I have to wait till the new year for the intercooler guy to fit out the pipes and what not. Only things left for me to do are: - relocate battery to boot (already halfway there) - CAI for pod filter (currently in a silly position) - Ditch the ricer catch can Oh and to any fellow toyota guys on here Old pic of engine bay - note FMIC IC piping. Those of you in the know will know the GZE's ran a top mount interheater. I found out why, because the short intake tract makes throttle reponse instant. Here you can see the box of random Water to air gear ripped out of a RS that had a very unpleasant meeting with a tree at about 100kph. The pic below shows the new air-con system (AC was originally DC'd due to the front mount eating all that space between the grille and radiator) And - the annoying laggy piece of shit FMIC setup (it'd be fine for turbo... just not good for SC) Bodgy pipe made up so i can drive the thing around - throttle response is excellent, no idle seek however I have to hold off caning it as no intercooler = heat. And the last pic, you can see where the water to air setup's radiator will live, just in front of the Aircon fan - the original front mount was nearly as thick as both put together. Oh yeah, and the car makes in this state of tune - about 150KW at the fly, translating to about 110FWKW - uhh i think that's about 200-210HP with about 150HP at the front wheels. Not a lot of power, but with a mountain of torque, and fuckall weight (1050kg... not sure what that is in pounds) - it moves quick enough to give most turbro guys a run for their money.