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nismodave
04-19-2004, 06:34 PM
Im putting on a gt25r .86ar turbo on my s13 sr powered s14.

I could use some ideas on how to transition down from my 4 in inlet to my z32 maf.

Also I would like to see what you guys with this turbo are running for lines.

Any pictures and/or suggestions would be apreciated.

Thanks

PSI240SX
04-20-2004, 07:01 AM
Either have the compressor housing machined down to 3" or use a 4" to 3" reducer from turbonetics and then you can build an intake out of 3" mandrel bent stainless. As for lines, custom steel braided is the way to go. If you search nthere are prolly some posts with specs.

Black2Forty
04-20-2004, 12:58 PM
Who sells turbonetics hoses?
for lines taka has a banjo fitting kit out now... would you be able to use the bolts from a t25 turbo? thats essentially the same as what everyones saying with buying the taka lines and getting the xrp fittings right, just replacing the end with a banjo fitting.

Does anyone have a picture of how much actually needs to be ground off of the engine mount bracket?

Kookz
04-20-2004, 01:04 PM
Who sells turbonetics hoses?

It may be a little obvious, but turbonetics does.

mike2016
04-20-2004, 02:12 PM
The Taka lines will work with the GT25R, use the 90 degree end on the block, the straight end on the turbo, otherwise it will hit the power steering.

As of the intake fabrication, get a 4inch - > 3inch 45 degree transitioning hose, from www.turbohoses.com (http://www.turbohoses.com) . then all you need is a straight 3 inch pipe - maf adapter - maf.

you are done. you get to keep A/C and P/S by doing it this way.

nismodave
04-20-2004, 03:13 PM
Who sells Taka lines?

Brad
04-20-2004, 03:14 PM
phase2 or takamotorsports.com

im *STILL* finishing the GT25R install writeup....just trying to wait till i get everything all worked out. its quite a *****

Black2Forty
04-20-2004, 03:42 PM
Who sells turbonetics hoses?

It may be a little obvious, but turbonetics does.



painfully obvious actually...but on the price list they have posted on their site it shows a minimum purchase of $100, where as a 3-4" transition is about 30 bucks... so is there an online retailer where i can get their connectors

thanks kookz

BlackBomber
04-20-2004, 05:09 PM
Who sells turbonetics hoses?

It may be a little obvious, but turbonetics does.



painfully obvious actually...but on the price list they have posted on their site it shows a minimum purchase of $100, where as a 3-4" transition is about 30 bucks... so is there an online retailer where i can get their connectors

thanks kookz



why not use this? 17.50

http://www.atpturbo.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=ATP-SIL-053&Category_Code=SIL-TRN