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Old 09-17-2007, 12:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a '00 EK1 civic cxi hatch and it comes factory with an AUDM D16Y4. I have a catback and pod fitted. Engine: D16Y4 1590cc 9.4 c/r SOHC non-vtec [email protected]

Im looking at getting this turbo. Now, i have a few q's that might sound a bit noobish, so if I have posted this in the wroing section i apologise

1. Since I plan to attain the AC & PS, am i still able to fit intercooler piping through to the front on the same side?

2. Since it has an internal wastegate, am I able to rotate the turbine housing 180 deg, so that when fitted to a log manifold, the outlet will be facing downward to make intercooler piping alot easier to fit & make

3. If it is possible to rotate the turbine housing, can i remove the actuator mount and just weld it on the other side of the turbine housing?

I apologise if this is hard to understand, im trying to describe it in the best way i can. Any help will be great, & thanks in advance...
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anyone??
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yeah rotating the t25/14b is a bitch. theres a way to do it, im not so clear but you are on the right track .

edit* just get a jpipe so you dont have to rotate the housing.

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I rotated my 14b with not to many problems.
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u can clock the turbo but u will need to buy a new wastegate at www.atpturbo.com. then u will have to drill and tap the cold side of the turbo to bolt the wastegate on
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1. Since I plan to attain the AC & PS, am i still able to fit intercooler piping through to the front on the same side?
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