Actually the 3037 will bolt up as well I believe. In the research that I have done everyone has said that it uses the same style flange. They have a separate line of T300/E/S turbo's with the T3 flange style. I have also heard from 1 person that he has a 3037 with internal wastegate. Still checking on that.IMOA said:Only the GT25's and GT28's bolt up to the standard manifold, the GT30's have a T3 style flange. Anything GT30 and up requires an external manifold while the GT25's and 28's can be built either with an internal wastegate, the external wastegate welded up (dodgy solution IMO) or with a proper exhaust housing for an external manifold.
IMOA said:Well looking through the HKS goods master there is not a 3037 for sale with an internal wastegate. It doesn't have measurements for the exhaust flange on the 3037 so I can't confirm the size but in the end thats somewhat moot as you're going to need an external wastegate.
Bam! There it is! Thank you. I know understand where the confusion came from. You can get both housings on the GT series. Cool. Ignore my post in the other thread asking this same question.Greaser said:Wuz up Jay. Greaser here.
The GT25xx series will bolt up with no problems, the stock SR o2 housing will bolt onto the turbo and it will fit. Mods only required to the oil and water lines. Simple for you i'm sure.
I used to utilize a HKS GT2510 on stock manifold made [email protected]
I now use a GT3037s with custom log manifold to the tune of [email protected]
The GT3037's compressor housing is 8.5" in diameter. I'm positive it wont fit under the stock manifold without hitting the block or something else. You'd never get an intake pipe on there either. I had a tough time making one for the GT2510 which is much smaller.
I think the GT2835 will fit on the stock one without clearance issues.
HKS GT25xx and GT30xx turbos use T25 flanges. so the GT3037 DOES use a t25 flange....i have one. There are options for T3 flanges with each turbo as well.
TX180SX said:I saw the forced performance link in your post. They are the ones that did my turbo. Do you know any of the guy's there? They are local here and I have met a few of them. Very cool and very knowledgable. Is the DSm your talking about a black awd? Loren's? That thing is F'ing fast. Oh well I guess I got off topic. Sorry everyone.
I believe there is not much that will fit on a BB manifold. I think the 3037 will clear the block with a gtir mailfold if the flange is milled at an angle and holes drilled out. Wastegate is still a small issue.Ben98SentraSE said:I know this is the RWD forum, but any ideas which of these three GT turbos will fit (i.e. clear block and all other hard objects) with a Bluebird manifold? A GTi-R manifold?