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Old 02-18-2013, 06:48 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Alex@FSR View Post
We've been doing turbine housing wastegate mounts for ten years with great success on a variety of platforms.

Kit's are good to go for in house install and tune's!
I did one on my 530whp 2.2L Plymouth Horizon back in the day as well! It worked for GM with the grand national platform. I hope you didn't read my comment as negative, I think you guys have a great looking manifold/parts. We were going for a design to maximize transient response and bottom end power. Your turbine-mounted wg refreshed my memory of my Horizon's setup and solved our boost creep issues as well!

I look forward to some built motor, high boost E85 builds this year from multiple shops.

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