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I would go with the NXL kit from Nitrous Express. They use stainless lines from the fuel block to the nozle base. NOS uses platic lines and they have been known to blow off under the heat of the engine.
 

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Craig King said:
That looks like the Y2K turbo :eek:
Yepp....that's right...
 

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I believe this is what a Y2K looks like:



 

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Sound Performance said:
Can't be a Y2k, I have a few here and they do not have a ported shroud nor do they have a v band compressor outlet. That is a Garrett GT42/45......
As I understand they comes with different looks....
I have another pic here...
 

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Even Mario didn't run the Y2k turbo. He just had it there for comparison, and he did label the first pic as a Y2k. He went with 2 GT3542s, rated at 750 HP....EACH! Welcome to lag land!

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Adrocktt said:
Even Mario didn't run the Y2k turbo. He just had it there for comparison, and he did label the first pic as a Y2k. He went with 2 GT3542s, rated at 750 HP....EACH! Welcome to lag land!

Adam
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Sound Performance said:
Can't be a Y2k, I have a few here and they do not have a ported shroud nor do they have a v band compressor outlet. That is a Garrett GT42/45......
You are right Larry

Thats not a Y2k on the picture, but they state it is

Do you think the y2k is a good turbo for the supra, do you have i picture of the gt42/45 you are talking about
 
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