Yes, It pushes directly onto the Intercooler without the use of the bracket as per their instructions;About Wagner - "Cut the bracket of the temperature sensor" (manual installation info) so it is the same as Forge.
Thanks for getting in contact.
Our all new Hyundai i30 N Intercooler kit is currently undergoing testing with Klasen-Motors.com in Germany.
Once this has been completing and we have had fed back, production will be underway. So I should think within the next 4-6 weeks.
This particular unit with be sold exclusively through our friends over at Courtenay Sport and Klasen-Motors. So they will be the Guys to go to for all your info and shipping details
Hope this has helped
Kind regards, Louise.
Any photos of this with bumper etc all fully fitted back on?Yes pic was taken before that went back on. The IC is actually quite a bit deeper/thicker than standard, so there are some extender plates on each side that push the bumper beam assembly out slightly. The energy rail is a new one (part of kit) and therefore the foam on the inside of the bumper fascia is slightly modified (again a new modified piece comes with the kit). Everything needed comes with the kit so nothing needs to be modified when doing the install, and so that you retain all original parts and can revert back to standard if desired. I got them to do the install.
Agreed the bumper assembly covers some of the IC but it is still WAY bigger than standard, so it should have the intended benefit.