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Old 07-01-2009, 07:37 PM   #1
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As some of you know, we've always sold individual parts from our turbo kits. They just haven't been on the website. Well, one we just put online might be of interest to MT.net members.

The DIY kit is a manifold, turbine outlet and downpipe along with hardware. It's designed to use a T2-flanged turbo with an integral wastegate. The downpipe is our usual stainless number with a bung for the O2 sensor and a lifetime warranty. The manifold and turbine outlet are the same parts we use in the FM II, cast and machined in the US and used in cars making as much as 430 rwhp. Stainless studs, two-piece Nordlock washers and mechanical locking nuts are included. $729.00 for the lot.

Of course, you can add any parts to this you want. Stage 8 fasteners, ceramic coating, hard water and oil lines, intercooler piping, intake parts, 3" downpipe etc.
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Oh what the hell Keith, you made it practically the exact same price as a MSPNP. Thanks for making my decision impossible.

On another note, if you throw on a $200 ebay chinacharger, buy one of the used $120 BEGI adjustable fuel pressure regulators you guys have on DOTD often, and then spend less than $230 to plumb water, oil and a cross over, you suddenly have an an amazing intercooless turbo kit for under the price of Greddy. Great DIY package FM, kudos.
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I think we're finally out of those BEGi FPRs. The things are like cockroaches, though, they just keep popping up.

I just realized our intercooler upgrade will give you the turbo-to-throttle piping and an intercooler for $770, btw.

I'm going to be off the forums for the next couple of weeks, if you've got questions email [email protected] or call 970 464 5600.
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Will you all sell just the plumbing without the intercooler?
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did you just really bump a 3 year old thread?
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Will you all sell just the plumbing without the intercooler?
We're going to need you to go back in time to ask this.
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Lol sorry I'm now building a setup. Not 3 years ago
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They do sell plumbing only. I just bought some 2 months back.
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I have their silicone piping that is ceramic coated, its baller.
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How much was it?
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How much was it?
$20. The ceramic was waay worth the extra bones. Keeps the silicone from rusting and its much more flexible.
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We're going to need you to go back in time to ask this.
Just gotta get the miata to 88mph and watch the magic happen.
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You guys are silly
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$20. The ceramic was waay worth the extra bones. Keeps the silicone from rusting and its much more flexible.
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