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cool, is this a custom job or are you using the Turbo Specialties kit?
 

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How much PSI are you planning on running?

What are your plans for upgraded fuel system? 370s? what Maf?

How will you tune?
 

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cool, is this a custom job or are you using the Turbo Specialties kit?
this is a custom job


How much PSI are you planning on running?

What are your plans for upgraded fuel system? 370s? what Maf?

How will you tune?
i got the basic jwt program, 370's s14 ka24de maf, high pressure fuelpump

as for psi im still not sure my goal is to boost anywhere from 10-15 but i will start off slow i'll try 6 or 8 then work my way up until i feelwhat is "healthy"
for the little engine.
 

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B13 GA16DET
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Good luck, looks good so far. What turbo is that and how are you going to fit a downpipe in there, from those pic. angles it looks TIGHT!
and you are absolutely correct the angle is going to be tight. but i'll find a way. also i'll buy A LOT if heat wrap for now. wrap up the radiator hose and the turbo hotside. ( for now until i buy a better radiator ) as for the turbo its a t3/t4
 

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You might buy yourself some room by getting a flat flange for the turbine discharge, find yourself a 2.5" donut and cut the tight 90 degree off of it. Road Race Engineering used to sell these! You can also get rid of the OEM radiator hose and use hard piping and couplers to re-route it.
 

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You might buy yourself some room by getting a flat flange for the turbine discharge, find yourself a 2.5" donut and cut the tight 90 degree off of it. Road Race Engineering used to sell these! You can also get rid of the OEM radiator hose and use hard piping and couplers to re-route it.
thats a great idea about rerouting the oe hose but a pipe? i'll see what i can do thanks for the advice
 

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thats a great idea about rerouting the oe hose but a pipe? i'll see what i can do thanks for the advice
Many times people will use hard pipes and couplers for coolant lines. Since metal piping is more resistant to heat the silicone rubber, it may be a decent option for you. Granted I would wrap it and keep it as isolated as possible.
 

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Many times people will use hard pipes and couplers for coolant lines. Since metal piping is more resistant to heat the silicone rubber, it may be a decent option for you. Granted I would wrap it and keep it as isolated as possible.
instead, get mold-able silicone lines. i wouldn't suggest metal coolant lines.

looks awesome dude. really nice. that's sweet that you fit a t3/t4 in there.
 

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I am trying to get parts together to do my 91 sentra to a T. Any Info you might have?

Any update? More pics would be nice!
thanks
 
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