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beetlejuice
01-10-2002, 09:18 AM
1)I've heard that the S13 sr20det wiring diagrams are "all over the net." Can someone point me to a particular site that demonstrates the wiring diagrams needed for a red top into a 91 S13?

2)Does GReddy have bolt on turbo upgrades for the S13 Sr20det? You know how they have the TDO6 and T67 kits for the MR2 that include either an adapter or new manifold, wastgate, downpipe, all lines, etc. Does anyone know where I can get a similar kit for the SR20det motor? In the US? Pricing?

Thanks in advance. I plan to do the sr20det install and turbo/IC/exhaust upgrade at the same time.
Daniel

Yury S Lyalko
01-10-2002, 10:59 AM
Hi Daniel!
Yes, the wiring is easy to find. We have do***ented the wiring and have a diagram on our website. Check out www.srswap.com (http://www.srswap.com) under SR FAQs and Wiring section.

Greddy does offer a wide range of kits for the SR20DET. They are all special order items.

They have a 'street upgrade' kit for the stock SR. I have that on my car and i am pretty happy. The turbo is a td05 18G, in mitsubishi terms. Unfortunately i am not able to fid any other information on the turbo. I will tho...

The top end of the turbo would be 250 WHP or so on a stock engine with 480cc and up injectors and z32 MAFS. THose are not included in the kit.

If you are after a bit more power. The td06 20G kit is a good kit for the money. It comes with a stainless manifold (top turbo mount), wastegate, turbo, and all needed harware accessories (oil lines, gaskets).
the only problem is, the wastegate dump pipe will not clear the steering, so you will have to have a shop modify the piping for you. Not a big deal. The downpipe might also be a problem... I am not 100% sure.

This kit is a 400hp at the wheels setup. Probably the limit of a stock engine as far as reliability goes.

Anyhow, we get greddy parts ALL the time and can have any kit here. let me know and we'll work some details out.

I do not have any experience with larger kit. i.e. t67 and up. THose would require a built motor, but anything else, i can wolk you through installing them..
let us know.

Yury Lyalko www.srswap.com (http://www.srswap.com)
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Yury S Lyalko
01-10-2002, 11:00 AM
Correction...
the td05 turbo will go to 350WHP and not 250WHP. Typo... Sorry.

Yury

formulaJEREMY
01-10-2002, 02:53 PM
Hey Yury,

How does that GReddy 518Z turbo bolt up to the SR manifold? Is there an adapter or does it simply bolt right on?

Yury S Lyalko
01-10-2002, 02:55 PM
Bolts right on.
No mods.

Yury

NOSTALGIC_HERO
01-10-2002, 08:05 PM
your so lucky yury. http://www.freshalloy.com/

**DONOTDELETE**
01-10-2002, 08:34 PM
Yury, How much did that td05 greddy kit cost? And what parts came on it, did it include an external wastegate?

beetlejuice
01-10-2002, 08:57 PM
Yury,
Thank you very much for your reply. I'm waiting on the insurance settlement from my previous car which should be here soon. Will I get some sort of package deal if get the red top, GReddy IC, GReddy turbokit, and Apexi N1 from you guys? Thanks again for the reply. If you could e-mail me at to4deuce@hotmail.com with pricing on both the TD05 and TD06 I would be very appreciative.
Thanks again,
Daniel

[ 01-10-2002: Message edited by: Daniel ]

Yury S Lyalko
01-10-2002, 09:05 PM
Luck was never an issue http://www.freshalloy.com/.
I did about 8 months worth of calling reading magazenes in crazy languages http://www.freshalloy.com/.

Turbo maps and prices.

Yury

Yury S Lyalko
01-10-2002, 10:00 PM
Guys, the turbo kits are expensive. If you want pricing, you will have to email me about it at info@heavythrottle.com.

The td05 kit has an internal wastegate and bolt sup to the stock manifold.

YUry