What spark plugs do you need for these turbo kits?
Quote, originally posted by One Gray GLI » they should be fine..that's what most, if not all the 24v guys run i believe.
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Quote, originally posted by PhReE » [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] I run BKR7E's
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Mockup of IC kit. One of many possible iterations...
i do not provide the green giants for the 24v/R32. I dont even have a tune for those nor any tuning company I know. Give me your name and we can get to the bottom of this. This is not a fly-by-night setup. Tuning and components have been hashed out years ago. Non-standard setups get custom tuned inhouse on our dyno with the proper injectors and maf housings..
Finally got around to taking a pic of the kit and its components
Fueling setup (injectors, software, fuel pump)
At least a head spacer w/ bolts or studs (preferably studs) or piston/rod kit
Short Runner Intake manifold (optional but a somewhat necessary mod for high boost settings)
All of which we can provide
so as far as i can figure, your manifold is one of only 2 (other one is the atp) that is actually a t4 flange.
im piecing together my own setup now, so quick question for you about this manifold. with where the wg flange is located, it looks like it would be fairly difficult to route the dump tube. i will be running a 1.15 ar turbine housing with 4 inch vband dp. at least thats my current plan, unless i decide to replace the turbine housing on the turbo i already have with a smaller one. do you think there's enough room there? or would i need to fabricate a elbow peice to relocate the wg out of the way? i keep going back and forth on whether i want to save the hassle and just buy a log manifold, or fabricate a ram horn style, twin scroll and run 2 wg's.
also, i was planning on fabricating my own intake manifold as well, but just curious what is your pricing on a short runner? (with the tb on the end of the plenum not extended like in that picture)
For a 4" downpipe' its debatable. You can start of with a 3.5" and transition into a 4. It would probably be the cleanest approach. There is a lot of area that a 24v takes up behind there. As for the wg routing' a 44mm vband can be rotated into position to clear. Our base kits come with the 2 bolt deltagate type configuration so the wg.routing can be altered. You can email us at email@example.com for any further questions and about the pricing on the sri