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Old 04-09-2009, 09:24 AM
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So what manifold do you normally use use for the FWD cars?
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Anything from the GTI-R or Bluebird
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Old 04-09-2009, 02:28 PM
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i have the gtir manifold and its pretty nice. i had it on my old set-up as well. it flows pretty good high and low but i think up high it lacks a little bit....but the gti-r or bluebird is perfect for us.
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From my reading I noticed that the JGY mani has a larger air flow than the GTi-R mani. However are there any other differences between the two; is there any porting/polishing done to the JGY manifold? Also, I posted another thread regarding some turbo & manifold combos: Will this JGY manifold be ideal for me if I want to use a GT2876R with Compressor Trim 50, .70 A/R and Turbine 76 Trim, .86 A/R, 2.75" inlet diameter, T28 Flange?

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Old 07-09-2009, 07:56 PM
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From my reading I noticed that the JGY mani has a larger air flow than the GTi-R mani. However are there any other differences between the two; is there any porting/polishing done to the JGY manifold? Also, I posted another thread regarding some turbo & manifold combos: Will this JGY manifold be ideal for me if I want to use a GT2876R with Compressor Trim 50, .70 A/R and Turbine 76 Trim, .86 A/R, 2.75" inlet diameter, T28 Flange?
Honestly, all the trim talk and discussion seems to be more of a trend over the years and seems to go up and down. Realistically, the trims don't normally dictate the size of the outside of the turbo.

Normally speaking, the "B" cover from Garrett will fit our motor with our manifold. Larger intake covers than that won't.

Our manifold is an inexpensive turbo manifold that works well. Cast manifolds last forever :-) It's not a $1000 manifold, though.
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