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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2007 12:44 pm 
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Arkhaeon wrote:
Ive got a spare garret GT drain here if you want it dude :wink:


Thanks for the offer man, but I"m still not sure if I need it or not. The one from my T25 connected up ok but people are saying they dont fit and yeah...

Surley people here have done this to a redtop before.


What I'm also interested about are the elbow bends that are attached to the turbo intake and the turbos outlet.... The ones from my T25 do not seem to fix up right.

Do I need to get somone to cut mine and rotate them slightly, or can I get S15 bits and they will plumb up right?

And If I put on S15 elbows, will my S13 intake pipe still hook up correctly?



Thanks for all the replies so far.


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read the above posts more thoroughly then :lol:

Yes, the S15 turbo IS a garrett, but its a NISSAN garrett, not a GT-series garrett.

I also covered both the 90' bend topic, and the inlet snout topic.


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Actually you'll find that the Garret GT2560R (466541- 4) is the same as the stock Nissan turbo, just ball bearing. :D


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Arkhaeon wrote:
read the above posts more thoroughly then :lol:

Yes, the S15 turbo IS a garrett, but its a NISSAN garrett, not a GT-series garrett.

I also covered both the 90' bend topic, and the inlet snout topic.


My bad :lol:

Thanks Arkhaeon I will try to find a T28 inlet elbow... hopefully this will plumb up to the S13 intake pipe ok.

The only reason I think it might not is because aftermaket intakes are made for S13, and S14/15.. not one intake fits all sorta thing.


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Leon at Performance Metalcraft rotated my T25 inlet snout to the correct angle for $30 - if you cant find a T28 snout, then give him a go.

the stock S13 inlet pipe is very flexible, so it doesnt really matter if the angle is exact, so long as its in the rough direction (not pointed at the chassis rail, like a T25 snout on a T28 does :lol: )


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