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ok, i have seen this done with a diff type of mani but i am wondering id it would work with the stock manifold from a 99 EX (i think) here is the best pic i have of it.....

\/ this is when i was on my car and with no heat shield



I am just wondering if i done this......



Do you guys think it would hold up to 20psi/300whp? I'm sure i might need to re enforce the stock welds on the mani.

thoughts?
 

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cool shyt.... do you think it would be worth the time?

also, i'll be using a DSM turbo.... can they be top mounted. i'm wondering because the oil inlet is on the top when it is mounted regular. i'll do some searching on that... it just popped in my head now.

But i figure if was to do this i could make it work with a/c and save some $$$
 

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you could use your manifold and it would work well, you could use the brackets for the heatshield as braces. the only hold back would be in ID of the tubing on those headers. i thought about doing this. but i think i am just going to get a log or a miniram somewhere.
 

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i would do the 4-2-turbo design for your power needs, not the 4-1-turbo.
 
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