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Old 06-22-2017, 06:41 AM
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Anyone know if the manifold and DP placement will fit miatas with PS and AC
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Old 06-22-2017, 08:33 PM
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I will update the post tomorow , knackered
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Wonderful to know I'll be able to keep my A/C. Where I live it gets 115+, and I'm not about to delete A/C in my daily in favor of a turbo, lol.
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Old 06-23-2017, 06:47 AM
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Originally Posted by andyfloyd View Post
This manifold looks absolutely amazing. For anyone wondering about GT2871R fitment with it thats the turbo ill be using. Looks like there is a ton of room with the way this manifold places the turbo. Ive been out of the miata world for some time, and its nice to see good cast manifolds being made that arent BEGI or FM since those flow like poopoo pants.
Thank you for the kind words, i expect the FM and Begi to have very similar runners, possibly even the same, haven't held one so cant say
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Jeeze, 115+. Forget A/C. Forget turbo. I would just move somewhere else.

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Wonderful to know I'll be able to keep my A/C. Where I live it gets 115+, and I'm not about to delete A/C in my daily in favor of a turbo, lol.
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Old 06-23-2017, 02:14 PM
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Jeeze, 115+. Forget A/C. Forget turbo. I would just move somewhere else.
Yep, ain't worth it.
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Old 06-23-2017, 11:05 PM
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I love it. It's 102 and I'm spending my day outside, but when I'm tired at the one of the day at work, I don't want to roast in my car lol. I absolutely hate the cold, below 70 is insufferable lol.

Sorry for getting off topic. Lol.
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Hah, a bit funny that your username is "Balto", which I associate to the snow dog yet u can't stand < 70 deg.

Anyways, sorry as well for getting off topic. Lets get back to sexy cast headerz.
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Not going to just dump the images in here from my build thread but I recently got my Kraken T2 manifold. I had them drill it for my TSE M10x1.5 hardware and of course T2 footprint for my SR20 turbo, zero issues. The manifold is beefy. It came in right around 12lbs on my bathroom scale. All my OEM hardware fit (runners 2 and 3 nuts need to fit while the manifold is still loose). You should probably order a downpipe directly from them. I took the chance that my ARTech downpipe would fit and was mistaken. The quality of the piece is fantastic and in a few months I should have it track tested (HPDE atleast). For the money, this is really great value.
Shipping will take some time since they are out of the UK but communication has been top notch and feedback/concerns have been addressed right away. I would not hesitate to do business with them again.

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I might have missed it; but the name "Kraken" for a cast manifold may not be the best advertisement

They really do look nice, however.
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Originally Posted by olderguy View Post
I might have missed it; but the name "Kraken" for a cast manifold may not be the best advertisement

They really do look nice, however.
Lol. Good one.
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Old 06-25-2017, 11:24 PM
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Have pm'd you for 1-3 units.

Didn't realise you were in the UK. I can supply a UK ship if necessary but likely shipping to NZ is pretty easy from there anyway....whatever best suits (and is available).
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Old 06-27-2017, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by olderguy View Post
I might have missed it; but the name "Kraken" for a cast manifold may not be the best advertisement

They really do look nice, however.
Well, maybe if it was for an inline 8?
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Old 06-28-2017, 12:21 PM
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This looks awesome! Definitely interested in a 1.8L kit for a T25 when they're available again.
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Originally Posted by olderguy View Post
I might have missed it; but the name "Kraken" for a cast manifold may not be the best advertisement

They really do look nice, however.
I know I know, hope one day you will see what I had in mind when I came up with the kraken name

Nothing new to add to the internet for now regarding the t2 1.8 but hope soon to be able to, in the meantime thought I would dhow you what I am doing with the td04l

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Those oil fittings are cool. Is there a drain fitting in that picture?
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No drain yet, we are working on something but not ready yet, working hard for a t25 bit right now
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I'm interested to see how these compare to FM manis and DP's with regards to spool etc.

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I might have missed it; but the name "Kraken" for a cast manifold may not be the best advertisement

They really do look nice, however.
UNLEASH THE KRAKEN!!!
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I'm interested to see how these compare to FM manis and DP's with regards to spool etc.



UNLEASH THE KRAKEN!!!
You get it
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GET KRAKEN! Aww crap, that's for pistachios.
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