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  • tubular manifold corsa vxr????????

    Does anybody know where i can get a tubular manifold from for my corsa vxr also what turbo i will need everything else has been done at regal pistons rods cams and fuelling kit on the 19th nov! any advise would be helpful

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    AFAIK the only manifold out at the minute is the cast one from Regal to fit the astra turbo. Anything else I think would have to be custom?

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    • #3
      check for Z16LER corsa b on youtube, theres a corsa B with a corsa VXR lump in it, its been fitted with the tubular manifold from an S14 silvia and a garret T28 turbo, not sure how easy this is to do but looks good and is daaaamn fast

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      • #4
        Ask regal when you go in, they may be up for developing one

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Deaniscool125 View Post
          check for Z16LER corsa b on youtube, theres a corsa B with a corsa VXR lump in it, its been fitted with the tubular manifold from an S14 silvia and a garret T28 turbo, not sure how easy this is to do but looks good and is daaaamn fast

          yh i saw that corsa on there, wonder how much work would be involved in fitting that manifold?
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          • #6
            thorney are developing a equal length tubular manifold and a garret turbo conversion for the corsa.. might be worth speaking to them. or message the guy on here with the '375bhp at the wheels' corsa as he has a tubular manifold and garret turbo. could proably get one shipped over?

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            • #7
              petropoulos tuning

              they will be a site in english in a month apparently maybe worth asking them as well, they have a few corsa running way over 300bhp with a tubular manifold.
              My Progress Thread : http://www.vxronline.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=55899

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