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WTB Turbo Manifold for the A-Series
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Looking for a turboi manifold.

THANKS

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Intake or exhaust manifold?

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id assume he means exhaust being turbo..

If you want something hit up NFNR (find them on facebook) in South Africa They do alot

Including EFI intake manifolds for turbo setups william is his name

Can build your setup as well for you..

Or if your wanting to do carb or something else.. the next option just find any reputable exhaust/fabrication shop they can easily make one for you myself and mates have made many apon many turbo manifolds its not overly hard the collector is the only hard part but can source flanges and collectors online from shops as well to suit i.e t2/t4 flanges

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I am making a 1018 mild steel CNC machined one soon, but most wont enjoy the price.

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Re: WTB Turbo Manifold for the A-Series
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I cant find the articles but to save time, money, driveability and engine life
Log style manifolds have proven to be better pre-5000rpm than longer equal length.
After 5k rpm for 4v heads and 6k rpm for 2v heads the difference is 10-15% peak power.
Whilst torque is substantially fatter in log style manifolds street applications.
VW, Fiat and Peugeot have some 1.2-1.4L turbo gas engines that make crazy torque
equal to NA v8 engines using log style manifolds, small turbo combos etc.
Turbo A series could be made to have a very healthy 1400-6000 rpm powerband than
having nothing happening from 4k rpm before they wake up from a coma.

On a similar note Austin Minis are getting 100hp atw from 1000cc engines
using AMR500 on very simple manifolds like the one below and seeing even
simpler compact billet ones that could also be made for Datto A setups.
https://www.vmaxscart.co.uk/s/cc_image ... 75966619.jpg?t=1508591295
https://www.vmaxscart.co.uk/injection-mini-supercharger-kits/

[img width=500]https://www.vmaxscart.co.uk/s/cc_images/teaserbox_2475966619.jpg?t=1508591295[/img]

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Have just joined NFNR on Facebook to enquire about their EFI manifolds
Was not happy with the one I made so these guys look like theirs will fit my application on the Clubman7 - cost will be the factor as to whether I go with them or try again
dp

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following

Posted on: 8/12 3:16
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It would take halve a brain SFA to DIY your won EFI inlet manifold these days
will all the bits available online.

Roland Twin weber manifold with cheap brass injection inserts (heaps of patterns)
250-300 aud all up
https://www.google.co.jp/search?q=bras ... _AUIEigC&biw=1326&bih=658
https://poojametal.com/brass-inserts-for-mouldings/

Xcessive manufacturing plenum 225usd

https://xcessivemanufacturing.com/niss ... ms-flanges-ui-efp-n1.html

or even cheaper 20 bucks from centre road wreckers and diy cut up a Hyundai v6 inlet
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use Permatex 84209 PermaPoxy 4 Minute Multi-Metal Epoxy to bond it all
and self tap inserts for extra strength onto flat piece of alloy plate
to act as a flange to sit between them you can port flange to taper
into manifold inlets and Bobs your Aunty.

cheap and easy for any halve wit prob less than 700aud and will look awesome

As for exhaust manifold better pay someone to do one and if you do an inlet
design as mentioned above, then you can pay even for a billet unit with leftover
change from what some of these advertised custom ones are priced at.

Posted on: 8/12 5:02
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Reply to D - I looked at using a twin weber manifold but its not for a Datsun 1200. I have a chassis rail that would be in the way so it needs to be more "upswept"
Good idea though
dp

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they come up for sale in us ebay and yahoo japan once in while
and not expensive either as the carbs are not common or as popular
as a sidedraft setup

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