Hi Jeff,SupraSport.com said:It is 3.4" good buddy. I can get you a 3.5">3" reducer coupling if you'd like, your choice of color. See my AFM catalog item, you can see the coupling in the pic. Hope all's well w/ you Lar.
Heh, I had sort of promised the setup to a guy named Garth, who, coincidentally, is also from the Great White North. I wanted to have the new setup in before I'd notified him. When the time comes [install ~May] & if he's changed his mind, I'll LYK. I like to keep my word, FWIW.Ven said:Larry,
How much was that kit and who sells them? More importantly though, are you gonna sell me your CT-26 now?
Send a PM if you'd like.
They used to have a website, but tk it down. Here is their contact info:SupraSport.com said:Wow, nice plan Lar. I did not know that DA had their own cast manifold. Hmmmm. Can you hook me up with a phone number?
The T04 has a nice turbine, it's going to flow very well!
LMK if you want one of these SS Turbo Inlets, it may req a little trim though- I did not plan the length correctly. After I tried out the fitment, I realized that the AFM slides INTO the accordian hose, not UP TO it. Big difference w/ a hard pipe, hahaha. Proto2 underway now.
Ha! LOL. The stuff is off of Matt's car, so I guess he'd be a good source of info.turbo7mgte said:hey larry if i rememebr right your getting the dyanic autosports manifold right for the to4e..
I talked to a coupleofguys regarding the manifold... they have told me (KEVIN/KEVBOHKS and MATT/MJW from socalsupras)
that you need to remove your a/c piping coz it willnot fit... also it moves the turbo a bit more to the passenger side and back... if you compare this to the hks cast manifold (the one with hks stamp on it) I saw matt's dp and he had to do a 2.5 to 3in downpipe to fit it in his car....
i think i have a pic of kevin's motor somewhere in the house... if you want it i can send youa pic of it.. he had a to4s and a DA manifold on it..
I hope this info helps
Heh, yes, it is a VERY CLEAN setup. Eric decided to go 1J, which is precisely why I'm the benefactor of the stuff you saw on SoCALs.turbo7mgte said:hey larry is aw the steup in person when i passed by matt's pad to buya few parts.. the setup looks cleanwhen i saw it, nice fittings and everything.. also matte recommended taht adding an hks twinpower helped improve teh response a great deal on his ride.
if it is matt's setup i know he took out the a/c due to clearance problems...
also the requirements is around 400-450 at the crank.. and i know you'll definetely be in the front running..
i just wanted to have a site that features kickass mk3's i know your love for the mk3 supra is more than mine...
lets see the setup now..any info that i can help please dont hesistate to gimme a buzz..
I just re-measured the VPC tube & it's @3.125" [3 1/8"], so the 3" might be able to squeeze ovr the pipe. Maybe you have a VPC tube on hand to see what fits? Heh, that silicone hose doesn't like to stretch much, so I'd like to know before you went to the trouble to send stuff out.SupraSport.com said:Are there T-Shirts available?
Thanks for the notes.
I'll LYK when Rev 2.0 SS Inlet is here.
I have much 3.0 coupling, but that will not help. The 3.5>3.0 adaptor will have to work.
The warranty for the Vf Meter is only 5 years. Haha. j/k!