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Old 02-16-2009, 05:52 PM   #1
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The BEGI Starter Kit includes a BEGI cast iron manifold, Garrett Turbo and a BEGI Separated Gases Downpipe. The BEGi Cast iron manifold is the best available with the directed pulses feature and has a 15 year proven track record and is virtually indestructible. The BEGI Downpipe features over 15" of separated gases vent tube and is constructed from stainless steel. The Garrett turbo speaks for itself. The mounting hardware for the turbo, manifold and downpipe is included. The starter kit does not include any turbo fittings, turbo clocking, or ceramic coating. You will save 15% off of retail when purchased together.

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Weeee. Now Im curious to see what you guys come up with for the Shanghai kits. If the cost doesnt warrent the risk of going chinese, I will for sure pick up the starter kit with 2560 pretty soon. Pricing seems very good for the kit vs seperate. Thanks guys!
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isn't that what the -S kit was supposed to be? (serious question)
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isn't that what the -S kit was supposed to be? (serious question)
Sure seems that way. Put it all together and away you go; no muss, no fuss.

Perhaps the new bare-bones setups would be better described as semi-DIY for those folks who wouldn't want the crossover tube, prefer to cut their own braided feed & drain lines, already have engine mgmt covered, and want the ssdgdp initially rather than getting it as an upgrade.
This will very likely be the route I take once I get off my butt to source some pistons...and for those very reasons^.
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Yea, this is a nice option so that you don't have to get the mechanical fuel control with it and can do your own intercooler setup, bov/recirc valve setup etc. Cool.
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If only i got a SSSGDP when i ordered mine rather than a mild steel one i would be much more happy.
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How much do you sell just a 2550 or 60 on it's own for?
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I think the idea is you can buy this and do the rest on your own. Many people would order an -S kit with custom requests.
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How much do you sell just a 2550 or 60 on it's own for?
$985.00 with no fittings. Add $100 for fittings.
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$985.00 with no fittings. Add $100 for fittings.
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Do you have a China-charger equivalent to the 2560 that would be a drop in replacement to my 2554?
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I think the idea is you can buy this and do the rest on your own. Many people would order an -S kit with custom requests.
yea I figured that much, thats exactly what i did with mine. i ended up with a stripped down s3 kit lol
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Do you have a China-charger equivalent to the 2560 that would be a drop in replacement to my 2554?
Not right now. We will, they are just not in stock yet.
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