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It's so fresh on the market it might be a bit to find someone who has one .

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same manifold used by a few high performance shops
big improvement over oem manifold
you can find many 40-49mm turbos using the same manifold
different company's use different turbos
and the biggest I have seen is a 25-550
evo hustler kit says up to 600hp but the turbo is not described but says it uses a billet manifold
I have seen the evo Dynamite car run at 300+ whp
and I believe the 275 is WHP @$2700 with tune is a good deal
 
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I have seen the evo Dynamite car run at 300+ whp
and I believe the 275 is WHP @$2700 with tune is a good deal
Thanks for the reply.
From the number of looks a lot of people may be interested in the kit but the lack of response suggests it may not be past the prototype stage.
The web site lists the price as $4400.
I've done my share of development in the past and it was fun then but anything more is going to need to be proven in the hands of users.
 

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44 is exhaust and clutch kit both are around $1k each plus most need a intake manifold
 

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Just received my kit today. I’ll post up picks as we go
 

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310 kit
 

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Out with the old.
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Side by side
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looks similar, but the evo looks bigger
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AGENCY POWER turbo kit looks identical to the boondocker
the big turbo turbine exducer is about 40mm and oem is tiny
 

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they are all 3 built by the same company Rotomaster. vivid, boondocker and Evo the difference is that the evo one was built more to their specs and also use 4 bar map sensors Vs stock and 3bar with vivid.
 

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Which way are they plumbing the water lines into the turbo? I read where it’s important to make sure you don’t plumb a heat trap into the turbo for when it’s off.
 

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here is a side by side view with the stage 6 sandblaster turbo vs the dynomite turbo.

Which way are they plumbing the water lines into the turbo? I read where it’s important to make sure you don’t plumb a heat trap into the turbo for when it’s off.
Where did you read that?. here is the instructions for that part of the install if it helps.
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Thanks. I bought the Agency turbo. No instructions. Should have done my homework ahead of time. Was debating between vivid, evo and Whalen. I don’t want to be forced to run anything above 93.
Researching it and confirming with my mechanic. Here is the article I read. Thanks for info I’ll study it!
 
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