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Old 08-14-2019, 12:18 PM   #15
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Nah you’d block off the turbo exit and mount it as if it were a normal header. There’s probably a lot more to it than that.


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I'm still not sure what you mean.

There is only one exit on both a header and a turbo manifold. The header exit connects to the rest of the exhaust, in this case, the overpipe. On a turbo manifold, the turbo connects directly to the manifold. then a downpipe comes from the turbo and connects to the rest of the exhaust. If you were to block off the turbo manifold, there would be nowhere for the exhaust gasses to go.

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I'm still not sure what you mean.



There is only one exit on both a header and a turbo manifold. The header exit connects to the rest of the exhaust, in this case, the overpipe. On a turbo manifold, the turbo connects directly to the manifold. then a downpipe comes from the turbo and connects to the rest of the exhaust. If you were to block off the turbo manifold, there would be nowhere for the exhaust gasses to go.









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I'm not sure what you're trying to suggest with the photo. You cannot run NA with a turbo manifold. That's why it's a turbo manifold and not a regular exhaust manifold, aka "header". Suggesting to cap the turbo manifold is no different than capping the end of the header.

Returning to OP's question: My suggestion is to not waste you money and just wait until you get the turbo kit.
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honestly, if you're asking this question. you need to do far more research on how to turbo your car
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