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> FS: Parts I'm not using in my suby conversion, Polished header & polished stock turbo $650
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post Jun 13 2018, 06:12 PM
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Okay my original plan was to move my turbo out in front of the motor. This would take out of play interference between my header & cradle. Plus with all the room up there just seemed like good use of space. Not to mention it meant less cutting of my rear trunk for the turbo. Well with my plan to add AC with this conversion. The turbo sat right in front of the AC. Which actually would cause some interference for lines to my turbo & the AC. So decided to cut my trunk & move my turbo to the more stock suby location. So there is the long explanation. I also decided to go with a larger turbo.

So I have a brand new Outfront motorsports Header & a rebuilt stock turbo that was also polished by Outfront.Header has been bolted to my heads once. $650 for both
I might be willing to split but really these are setup for each other. Money just going to my new turbo

I realize this isn't traditional 914 parts. So if inappropriate I can list on Nasioc. Just thought it might fit the bill for another 914 owner doing a similar conversion


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post Aug 20 2018, 11:03 PM
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