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[Datsun 1200 encyclopedia]

Turbo exhaust manifolds

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The stock manifold may be used with a J-pipe for mounting a turbo. But a more direct mount is more efficient (allows more power).

Contents

Overview

Direct Mount exhaust manifold
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Stock Manifold with #J-pipe
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topgear manifold | rev210 manifold
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This factory A14 forklift exhaust manifold might be useful:
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Exhaust manifold ideas
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J-pipe

The stock manifold may be used with a looping pipe (J-pipe) for mounting a turbo. But a more direct mount is more efficient (allows more power), the J-pipe is the easiest and quickest to fabricate. It will make a lot more HP than a stock engine.

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POST B110SSS: The exhaust of a A15 with a 'j' made out of plumers steam pipe bends works very well and does'nt require any bracing as it is inherently very strong, similar to what 1200 rc has posted, a bit shorter. All flanges can then be profile cut from a decent thickness plate steel and mig welded to the steam pipe.

J-pipe (u-pipe?) made out of steam piping
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Bottom Mount with Stock Manifold

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Top Mount with Stock Manifold

See Turbo#steveo 1
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frankthedolphintrainer

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Big bore 1.5 inch mandrel bent steam pipe with HPC coating
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datto1000wagon

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shaun

shaun's top mount manifold. A14 with a T03 turbo (ex-VL), +1.5mm forged pistons and runs on straight LPG (new gas research), all fitted to a red 1200 ute. SOLD 23 June 2005

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zigmondo

Main Forum discussion: POST A15 turbo manifold build

  1. Start with manifold flange
  2. Build up runners using steam pipe (for strength and heat resistance)
  3. Add turbo flange (in this case, 3-bolt Subaru flange)

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Photo Index

See Main Article: Turbo Manifold Photos 

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