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i seen a post on this about a month ago, and i replied what u were looking for. try and do a search
Missing my sr20 b14, but still showing some love. Possible new project when I return!
Old car: 1999 Sentra SE-L Turbo: USDM sr20de, t25 turbo, hot shot intercooler kit, BIG ass fmic, nismo fpr, autometer fp gauge/boost gauge, mbc set at stock boost for now! 7psi= more traction>11psi=less traction.
if you search there are like 10 threads about this.. based on what they said the gtir manifold is teh way to go, although no one has dyno'd the differecne they say that the jgy will make more power up top but we dont know
I had a JGY manifold in my hands at one point, looked kinda crappy to me. You'd run your finger on the inside of it, and little pieces of casting would rub off on your finger. Maybe once you got all of the lose outter layer off it'd stop doing it, but that'd require some extensive work with a dremel.
yah. i wish i would have got the gti-r manifold instead, so i wouldnt have to worry about any thing. my manifold had a finish just like a factory manifold. i took a die grinder and a carbide burr to the inside of it, so every thing is smooth. plus i match ported it. i just havent seen anyone useing it, and was wondering if i made a mistake purchasing it. im use to building subarus, so im kindof new to the sr20 world. LOL
write them an email and ask them how it flows better. I sent them one about their axles and they couldnt give me a reason to want them. Theyre just as*holes aboutn it when you question their shi*. Its really funny.
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