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dnp w/ external gate fitment


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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1051224 posted 02/11/12 01:03 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Right now i have a pte 50 trim with the old sbr manifold, it is internally gated and barely fits, id say half inch between the actuator and radiator.

My radiator is stock with a slim fan on the pass. side. Running just one fan.

The pte took a dump after hardly any miles on it, I figure mhi is a much more reliable route. Here is a picture of the setup I am getting.




Im trying to keep the stock radiator, reason being is my fmic is placed right behind it(sleeperish). I do have a 1g radiator and water neck, so if it comes down to it I can rearrange my fmic.

Has anyone else used the dnp manifold?


Edited by fivesfe (02/11/12 01:05 AM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1051225 posted 02/11/12 01:49 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Have used one. I'm selling it actually. Not because it didn't fit, but the car is gone.

My Manifold fit with an oversized 1G aluminum radiator. I had(Have) an On3Performance 44mm V-band gate with the exhaust plumbed out the hood. The biggest issue will be that the manifold will probably set the turbo in a different spot compared to your last one. From switching my first manifold to the DNP, I had to have the DP modified to reach the O2 housing, by adding like 4 inches to it.

It fits. You can keep the radiator in the factory location. The turbo will most likely move. You can run at least a 35R without clearance issues on the block. It's a great manifold and worth the money. If you haven't bought one yet and are interested let me know because I can save you some money.

/brox



I am big into recycling though and if your not into sacrifice or burnt offerings, you may want to stick with 93 octane.

/brox

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1051254 posted 02/11/12 10:40 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post   
I already have one. but I may be interested in your wastegate setup, pm me.

As far as the dump, I was actually thinking the same exact thing, Having it go out the hood. Do you have any pictures?

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