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I bought the car with the intercooler and piping not on it. I've never owned a turbo, and have absolutely no idea to put it back on.

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Well having never seen this car's engine bay there are a few rulles of thumb with a turbo motor starting with the turbo the intake tubing will run from there to the intercooler, then from the cooler to the motors intake and or throtle body

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