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Old 01-29-2015, 12:09 PM   #1
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Arrow The NEW Fab9 Side Mount EFR Turbo Manifold

We've created this thread to focus the numerous avenues of attention we've seen. Here we will discuss pricing and availability within the next few days. The idea is to keep these in STOCK, ready to order instead of waiting months for your manifold to be produced.

Introducing the solution many of you have been waiting for and soon won’t have to. The all new Fab9 Side Mount V-Band EFR Turbo Manifold. Like many of the solutions we offer, we set out to solve problems with quality solutions that don’t break the bank. Whilst cost will not be sky high, don’t be fooled, we’ve sacrificed nothing in the means of quality and functionality. When paired with Borg Warner EFR technology that continues to prove itself on our small displacement engines you can expect extreme efficiency that will produce a much more linear power delivery than could be expected in the past from similar sized GT or even GTX solutions.

Features:
• Full Stainless Construction
• Sch10 Thick Wall 304 Stainless
• 0.500” CNC’d Flange
• Oval to Round Port Transitions
• Fully Back Purged Tig Welded Fabrication
• High Flow Merge Collector
• Side Mount AC + PS Compatible Design















If you have any questions please contact us at [email protected]

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PS & AC compatable? SO EXCITE

With it to the side like that, will it fit an MSM that has the strut bar?

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PS & AC compatable? SO EXCITE

With it to the side like that, will it fit an MSM that has the strut bar?
AC and PS compatible, we will be mocking up an MSM strut tower bar to verify, but with the stand off from the OE bar it looks like we might be in good shape to clear.
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I was really excited when I got the text about this a couple months ago.

You really don't waste time.

I like the design too, looks like it should fit around PS and AC with plenty of room to spare.

Good job.
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AC and PS compatible, we will be mocking up an MSM strut tower bar to verify, but with the stand off from the OE bar it looks like we might be in good shape to clear.
Great news to hear. The quality looks amazballs

You're really making me rethink my original GTX plans
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I'm a little peeved about this. I might have kept my turbo car for this.
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I'm a little peeved about this. I might have kept my turbo car for this.
Sounds like you need to turbo another car!
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Sounds like you need to turbo another car!

Haaaaiiiilllllll naw.
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Haaaaiiiilllllll naw.
Don't be beeetch
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We've created this thread to focus the numerous avenues of attention we've seen. Here we will discuss pricing and availability within the next few days. The idea is to keep these in STOCK, ready to order instead of waiting months for your manifold to be produced.

Introducing the solution many of you have been waiting for and soon won’t have to. The all new Fab9 Side Mount V-Band EFR Turbo Manifold. Like many of the solutions we offer, we set out to solve problems with quality solutions that don’t break the bank. Whilst cost will not be sky high, don’t be fooled, we’ve sacrificed nothing in the means of quality and functionality. When paired with Borg Warner EFR technology that continues to prove itself on our small displacement engines you can expect extreme efficiency that will produce a much more linear power delivery than could be expected in the past from similar sized GT or even GTX solutions.

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• Full Stainless Construction
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• 0.500” CNC’d Flange
• Oval to Round Port Transitions
• Fully Back Purged Tig Welded Fabrication
• High Flow Merge Collector
• Side Mount AC + PS Compatible Design


Did you get the weld el angle cutter from PRL?

Do you have any pictures of running the IC pipes with AC/PS installed?
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This is relevant to my interests. Cannot wait!
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Not to be "that guy" but what kind of clearance do you have between that first downpipe elbow section and the master cylinder/brake lines/prop valve?
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.5" flange ain't dickin' around...damn. Excited to see how it does on BoostedSmurf's car.
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looks amazing. pictures of downpipe? curious how tight of a bend it is.

here's another idea for a product that everyone wants: a turbo crane
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A well designed and proven intake manifold would be good too.
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Excited to see how it does on BoostedSmurf's car.
You have no idea how badly I want to get the rest of my car back together now.
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You have no idea how badly I want to get the rest of my car back together now.
Dude, I really do, I really do. Remember my year long slog?
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¿Dónde está wastegate?
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Bottom right of the compressor.
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Bottom right of the compressor.
Integrated Compressor Recirculation Valve (BOV), try again
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