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I'm very interested in adding a procharger to my 99 cobra. I would like to get the stage 1 for starters to drive with until I build the motor and upgrade to stage 2... but what are the differences between stage 1 & 2? they use the same blower correct? I know stage 1 has a 2-core and stage 2 has a 3-core, what is the difference between them?
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If you ever plan on upping the boost on your current head unit or even upgrading the head unit, getting the 3-core intercooler now for a nominal upgrade fee is better than having to buy a whole new intercooler when you need one. It's called scalability.
I think the intercooler that comes with the kit is the only major difference between the two kits.
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