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    have a read of this it might help
    BMW E36 328i Sport - Turbocharged
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by payno View Post
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    Thanks Payno,

    Probably wont answer Olie's question though...

    Olie - to answer your question, the answer is no.

    The ebay log style manifold are only for use on LH drive cars (and they're a pile of crap).
    It can be flipped, but the flange will put your turbo into the rocker cover, so will not work that way up either.
    You may be able to flip it and then manufacture some sort of adapter with Mandrel bends etc. to produce a front top mounted turbo.

    There is only one manifold I have seen on eBay, MIGHT (MIGHT- I haven't done this myself...) work as a top mount without any (or much) modification, from the USA and i can't currently find any for sale.

    My advise is to get one made for the purpose - it will be expensive (mine cost about a grand in parts and labour) but will save you money in the long run, knowing it will be fit for purpose.
     
     

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    hey payno i ned a small help from u i need to know how cn i make 325 turbo chargers
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nareg View Post
    hey payno i ned a small help from u i need to know how cn i make 325 turbo chargers
    if you have a LHD car then you can find a manifold easy through Ebay but if you have RHD then you need to have a manifold made up for you
     
     

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