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You could paint the engine block same gold as well. I did mine
in alloy silver it upped visibility acting as a light reflector
for usually dark lower engine bay easy to spot leaks or issues.
Smaller efi manifold ports will keep the flow/mix/charge of
the fuel away from the port walls no lamination issues.
There are a few write ups on this, on exhaust side the opp.
larger exhaust header ports decrease reversion pulses.
If you need a 190 lsd, Ive supplied plenty all over the world.
Also bigger air compressors use up hp, I used a toyota one
from late 90s and 2000s corollas, xb and others very compact
and have dual operation which is easily adapted if needed.
My old 1972 280ce benz coupe used one and worked way better
than original even improving fuel economy vs original.