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  1. Turbos too big. Gunna break off.
    93 400e m119 5.0L and T5 manual transmission
    Ms3x, nitrous, and a 3.69 gear

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Raffaelli View Post
    Turbos too big. Gunna break off.
    You just jelly as always. Dont you have some chinese brake lines to replace again.
    1986 201.034 "Berthilda" 5-speed, Evo II wheels 225/45/17, 400E front swaybar, 400e rear brakes
    1986 201.024 M104 engine, 5-speed Conversion, Updated LE trim console, 400E front sway bar, W202 springs, Limited slip Diff, 16v Steering box, 3" magnaflow exhaust system, 16v body kit, 16v Fuel tank, 16v Brake Booster, 400E calipers, MS2 3.57.
    1993 201.029 Sportline LE.

  3. Maybe it's just the angle of the pic, but does it actually fit the head without touching? Looks like very nice work....
    www.sg-motorsports.com

  4. #44
    Sweet sweet. I'm putting one of these in a 2.6. So are you using a Getrag 5-speed or what?
    84 8v 5 speed ---- 93 2.6 auto ---- 1.8t swapped Audi Fox ---- 02 Lifted Discovery II

  5. how much does turbo bandit charge for one of those manifolds?

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by carmaniac37 View Post
    Sweet sweet. I'm putting one of these in a 2.6. So are you using a Getrag 5-speed or what?
    8v manual trans until it blows up then a T5. Not a fan of those short gears on the 16v for daily driving
    1986 201.034 "Berthilda" 5-speed, Evo II wheels 225/45/17, 400E front swaybar, 400e rear brakes
    1986 201.024 M104 engine, 5-speed Conversion, Updated LE trim console, 400E front sway bar, W202 springs, Limited slip Diff, 16v Steering box, 3" magnaflow exhaust system, 16v body kit, 16v Fuel tank, 16v Brake Booster, 400E calipers, MS2 3.57.
    1993 201.029 Sportline LE.

  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by alphanumeric View Post
    how much does turbo bandit charge for one of those manifolds?
    $1200 shipped. Great quality, no chinese garbage here.
    1986 201.034 "Berthilda" 5-speed, Evo II wheels 225/45/17, 400E front swaybar, 400e rear brakes
    1986 201.024 M104 engine, 5-speed Conversion, Updated LE trim console, 400E front sway bar, W202 springs, Limited slip Diff, 16v Steering box, 3" magnaflow exhaust system, 16v body kit, 16v Fuel tank, 16v Brake Booster, 400E calipers, MS2 3.57.
    1993 201.029 Sportline LE.

  8. #48

  9. #49
    What kind of power are you aiming for? That compressor housing is pretty big, definitely sufficient for the 700-800hp range. I just wonder about clearance issues. The clearance with the head looks tight, but fine, the only thing is that the height might mean clearance issues with the hood.

    You will need substantial heat shielding on the hood as well because the turbo is so close. You will for sure be peeling paint of the hood. Maybe a thin piece of sheet metal that covers your hood pad.


    I'm interested to see how it all fits..



    I guess before too long one of us will know the limitations of the standard 5-spd transmission...
    1985 190e 2.0 8v forged internals, 5spd MT, EFI, 16v interior, sportline exterior, working on the turbo header now

    1986 190e 2.3-16 Nam, 5spd MT, stripped to the bone, I swear I'll start building it into a track car soon, seriously.

  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by 2.3euro190 View Post
    I guess before too long one of us will know the limitations of the standard 5-spd transmission...
    I'm looking forward to that press release.


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    84 8v 5 speed ---- 93 2.6 auto ---- 1.8t swapped Audi Fox ---- 02 Lifted Discovery II

  11. #51
    those m104's should hit 400-450 at .8-.9 bar of boost.
    1984 2.3 8v Lorinser - Drift/track competition - "Grønne Pige"
    1984 2.3-16 ECE 5-Speed - Sent to Graveyard - "Steve"
    1985 2.3-16 ECE 5-Speed - Daily - "Darkwing"
    1986 2.3-16 NAM 5-Speed - Donor - "Rusty Trumpet"
    1986 2.3-16 NAM Auto - Basket Case - "Phönix"
    1987 2.3-16 NAM VEMS EFI 5-Speed - Track/Canyon - "Dimples"

  12. Quote Originally Posted by 2.3euro190 View Post
    What kind of power are you aiming for? That compressor housing is pretty big, definitely sufficient for the 700-800hp range. I just wonder about clearance issues. The clearance with the head looks tight, but fine, the only thing is that the height might mean clearance issues with the hood.
    700whp would be the high end of the spectrum. They flow ~70lb/min so anything past that you're off the map. I plan on running a 52pro and they'll flow ~88lb a min. and I'd be lucky to get much past 900whp with that setup.

  13. #53
    You need an intake manifold and throttle body to hold those numbers though don't you?

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    84 8v 5 speed ---- 93 2.6 auto ---- 1.8t swapped Audi Fox ---- 02 Lifted Discovery II

  14. Quote Originally Posted by carmaniac37 View Post
    You need an intake manifold and throttle body to hold those numbers though don't you?

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    Why would you? The plastic mani gives good off boost response helps isolate engine heat, and doesn't seem to have a problem holding boost. I don't think anyone has taxed one enough to know when it's a flow restriction. So maybe? But probably not. Yet

  15. #55
    This is looking pretty good bro!
    1986 Mercedes 190E 2.3-16 5spd "Andy"
    1987 Mazda B2200 "Outlaw" formerly static dropped 6", now lifted 2" with a future 4X4 diesel swap planned

  16. #56
    Im looking to produce around 450-500hp, this will be my daily driver. 800hp would not be practical. This setup works perfect for me.
    1986 201.034 "Berthilda" 5-speed, Evo II wheels 225/45/17, 400E front swaybar, 400e rear brakes
    1986 201.024 M104 engine, 5-speed Conversion, Updated LE trim console, 400E front sway bar, W202 springs, Limited slip Diff, 16v Steering box, 3" magnaflow exhaust system, 16v body kit, 16v Fuel tank, 16v Brake Booster, 400E calipers, MS2 3.57.
    1993 201.029 Sportline LE.

  17. #57
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    I am excite.
    1993 190e 3.0

  18. #58
    Been looking for an appropriate clutch to go with this build, looks like a quartermaster setup is the best way to go to hold the amount of hp im trying to achieve.
    1986 201.034 "Berthilda" 5-speed, Evo II wheels 225/45/17, 400E front swaybar, 400e rear brakes
    1986 201.024 M104 engine, 5-speed Conversion, Updated LE trim console, 400E front sway bar, W202 springs, Limited slip Diff, 16v Steering box, 3" magnaflow exhaust system, 16v body kit, 16v Fuel tank, 16v Brake Booster, 400E calipers, MS2 3.57.
    1993 201.029 Sportline LE.

  19. #59
    The T5 wont last long at 500hp. Just some info based from the destruction ive seen T5s go through.

  20. #60
    Subscribed. Please, please, please do a write up for us once you get the MS all wired up. Are you using MS2 or MS3?
    1996 C36 AMG in 199
    -S55 AMG wheels
    -CL600/C32 AMG aluminum Brembos
    -Vogtland springs/Bilstien shocks

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