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Old 02-02-2016, 10:12 PM
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I am looking to start a front mount build on my TBSS does anyone have any info on this or manifolds where I can buy for a decent price etc looking for good quality help here before I start fab
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Flip the manifolds forward and route piping across tge front from the driver side and merge into turbo where the cai was. Look over on tbssowners.com
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Flip the manifolds forward and route piping across tge front from the driver side and merge into turbo where the cai was. Look over on tbssowners.com
I've looked into doing that but I would have to remove my A/C lines and **** I want to try and keep it like a daily for the family I don't have a problem removing the washer fluid resovior
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Well do this take the passenger side exhaust under the truck toward driver side. Merge into a 3" and run it into the turbo. Basicly same as kbracing and trick kit except going the opposite way for crossover. Thin run exhaust out downpipe around underneath oil pan near the driver side. Plenty room to do it. I been eye balling building a kit on my girls tbss.
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If you can fab then fab a nice setup, flipped manifolds looks like ****
Front crossover creates too much heat in engine bay
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Well do this take the passenger side exhaust under the truck toward driver side. Merge into a 3" and run it into the turbo. Basicly same as kbracing and trick kit except going the opposite way for crossover. Thin run exhaust out downpipe around underneath oil pan near the driver side. Plenty room to do it. I been eye balling building a kit on my girls tbss.
I was going to just do the rear mount but now that you have brought this up I might have to run it this way lol not to sure just yet
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Hit up Kyle Brixey, he was gathering interest in his setup he fabbed up. By far the cleanest front mount I've seen yet on a GMT360.
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