Note from the author: These articles and this project started in the spring of 2002. As such some of this content may be somewhat dated but hopefully it’s still enjoyable to read. Despite their age, these articles serve as a brief guide for installing a turbo kit. When possible we've updated sponsor links and we've edited the articles to freshen the content. New articles are planned for this project in the future. Enjoy!
If you're in the market for a custom turbo manifold for your SR20 it would be best to start a discussion here.
Owners of SR20 powered vehicles have it pretty good these days when it comes to the decision process of turbo charging their vehicle.
When we first approached Jhame about this project he already knew we would want something different. Just by noting we were using the GT 3037 turbo, he knew something exotic was in order as far as the manifold design.
What happened next was something that sounds like it's out of a turbo enthusiast's dream. It started with Jhame leading off his checklist with a casual "wada you want" like we were ordering a cheeseburger.
Jhame: "You want stainless steel right?"
me: "Yeah that sounds good."
Jhame: "You want it to be equal length?"
Jhame: "You don't want to worry about cracking?"
Jhame: "Okay, drop the car off next week."
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