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Old 11-09-2021, 06:54 PM   #11
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no one says it hast to be that far back. theres enough space to plub the turbocharger in like just aft of the front wheel. would kill a lot of the "distance" issues. I think as always the biggest issue is our dumb throttlebody setup
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no one says it hast to be that far back. theres enough space to plub the turbocharger in like just aft of the front wheel. would kill a lot of the "distance" issues. I think as always the biggest issue is our dumb throttlebody setup
i agree, however i am balls deep in the 240sx intake swap lol, didnt wanna weld up a 90 to my stock tb. plus- pretty intake....
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Old 05-05-2022, 12:50 AM   #13
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A company makes rear mounted turbo kits, of course not for the Nissan, I think Holley bought them out.


https://www.holley.com/brands/sts_turbo/
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anyone else well versed in KA24E-T builds? Id like to hear some thoughts!
i have done a ka24de-t swap plenty of room!


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any issues with clearance between your hot side of the turbo and the master cylinder?
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Old 06-26-2022, 10:22 AM   #16
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any issues with clearance between your hot side of the turbo and the master cylinder?
If you go with a bottom mount manifold you’ll get the pretty header effect you were mentioning and make heat management around sensitive parts way easier. Or ditch your AC and mount a centrifugal supercharger where the compressor used to sit and go with whatever header you like, that would be hot.

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