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Hey Kean will this make my non-running NA-T run again? Also what kind of wastegate will fit that flange?
 

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ThomsonCharm said:
Hey Kean will this make my non-running NA-T run again? Also what kind of wastegate will fit that flange?
:) Glad you guys enjoy the pics.

HKS 40mm Wastegate. The 321SS header fits up to a T76 and the 4" intake clears the distributor with no problem.
 

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Looks sweet Kean...

about the IC pipes, what intercooler's will it be made for? Also are you going to be selling this peices separately?

Dammit...I still want a turbo blanket! Perfect for all NA-T's b/c our throttle body / IC pipe is right above our turbo:(
 

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ThomsonCharm said:
Hey Kean will this make my non-running NA-T run again? Also what kind of wastegate will fit that flange?
Why isn't your car running....?

The kit features a fmic which is about the size of a greddy 3 row... enough for pretty much everyones applications:)
 

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TRDSupraSE said:
Looks sweet Kean...

about the IC pipes, what intercooler's will it be made for? Also are you going to be selling this peices separately?

Dammit...I still want a turbo blanket! Perfect for all NA-T's b/c our throttle body / IC pipe is right above our turbo:(
Turbo blankets are usally in stock and ready to be shipped out. They really reduce heat underneath the IC piping. I've sold a couple to NA-T owners and they've all been very happy :p

The IC pipes are made for our own intercooler. We will sell the pieces seperately but the piping mates up to our header. It will have to be modified to fit a different header.
 
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