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Old 04-15-11, 01:18 AM   #1
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Best FC t3/t4 Turbo Manifold?

Switching the turbo manfiold to a t3/t4 on my 87 rx7 turbo II. Just wondering what a good t3/t4 manifold out there is? Or at least best bang for your buck. I would assume that ebay junk is just that, junk! Thanks in advance!
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They look amazing but $800 damn. My goal is around 400rwhp do I really need that? Or could I just run a HKS iron and be good? (If I can find one anywhere)
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its going to he hard to find a T3 manifold and i think they are less than $800. shoot him an email
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What turbo are you using? Why not go with a T4 turbine? You're really bottle necking the exhaust energy and putting un-needed backpressure squeezing it out of a T3 flange. That's my opinion anywys.

An HKS/greddy cast manifold with a T3 adapter would work.
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Yea I suppose I could go with a t4 turbine turbo. I havn't bought the turbo yet just deciding which one would be best fit for my 400rwhp goal. Not too much lag either. I've been leaning toward either garrett or precision turbos myself but unsure of what size. What size would you recommend for 400rwhp?

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What turbo are you using? Why not go with a T4 turbine? You're really bottle necking the exhaust energy and putting un-needed backpressure squeezing it out of a T3 flange. That's my opinion anywys.

An HKS/greddy cast manifold with a T3 adapter would work.
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