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Re: Bespoke A15 Turbo intake manifold
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D, the cost of machining the casting to suit throttles would cost more than using throttle bodies. Not an easy task to drill through 4 runners an accurate 8mm shaft hole and then counterbore for bearings plus finish boring the runners for butterfly seal etc.

Will have my A15 ITB kit out soon.

Posted on: 7/9 1:16
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Re: Bespoke A15 Turbo intake manifold
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Yeah send me an email, whitleytune@gmail.com
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Posted on: 7/5 2:30
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Re: Bespoke A15 Turbo intake manifold
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Yeah sure can. I'd recommend splashing out for new throttles if you are spending the money though.

Posted on: 7/3 21:49
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Bespoke A15 Turbo intake manifold
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Thought some of you might like to see the A15 turbo intake manifold I just finished. Bespoke cast in A356 to suit weld on plenum. They are designed and made to order - runner length, position, taper etc all can be specced to suit the customers engine.

I can do these to suit any build, N/A ITB or turbo bolt on plenum etc. Will have a new full ITB kit coming in the next few months to suit A and L series.

Whitleytune A15 turbo manifold

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Posted on: 6/30 0:43
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Re: WTB Turbo Manifold for the A-Series
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Intake or exhaust manifold?

Posted on: 5/27 23:41
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Re: A15 turbo manifold build
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unfamilia, I have PMd you as to not spam up zigmondo's a15 turbo thread. The good thing about the investment casting is that they are true one-offs so can accommodate different specifications easily. It does make them more expensive than a mass produced sand-casting though.

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Re: A15 turbo manifold build
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Hi guys, I'm Rob from Whitleytune who is making the EFI intake for Ryan's 1000. He is welding an Evo plenum on with forward-facing throttle body. They are one-off cast so I can do anything to suit your build. Currently doing some L series manifolds and have done A15 carb manifolds for my own car. Happy to help if required.

Posted on: 1/23 1:41
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Re: anyone adapted GTI-R ITBs to weber manifold?
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Yes, we have tons of Japanese imports. I'd even say we probably have the cheapest R32 GTRs in the world at the moment (shhh).
Sentra was used for NZ new cars, Pulsar for Japanese imports. Not sure the GTi-R was sold new here, I've only ever seen imports.

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Re: anyone adapted GTI-R ITBs to weber manifold?
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Pulsar GTi-R here, quite a few of them around.

Posted on: 2018/10/31 21:12
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Re: anyone adapted GTI-R ITBs to weber manifold?
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Got any pics of other engines running the GTI-R throttles? They don't seem to be popular to use here in NZ at all.

The differing bolt patterns are for the velocity stacks, not the throttles themselves.

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Posted on: 2018/10/30 21:08
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