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Old 08-16-2007, 10:07 PM   #1
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Default Greddy 1.6l on a 1.8L?

Is the only difference between the 1.6l kits and 1.8l the manifold? Im looking for the cheapest way to turbo my 2000 ls.
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The manifold won't fit. The crossover isn't the same. The FPR won't work with your returnless fuel system. It's basically worthless with your '00.

I say build a kit with BEGI mani/dp/IC & pipes then use megasquirt for your engine management unless you can build some things yourself.
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Buy a 2nd hand 1.8 set...probably cheapest route...
Or doy, HKS mani with Begi greddy dp is a good start.(ask if begi welds a t28 flange on it).
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