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Old 04-21-2014, 05:25 PM   #18
xluben
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Originally Posted by KillerBMotorsport View Post
^ Because the has lots more versatility if the setup is parted out or changed.

For those that have made incremental mod upgrades and are at the point of upgrading the turbo next, this eliminates having to get rid of parts you've already bought. Lower cost alternative to rotated and better performing than OEM location housings. I don't mind that it plays well with other's stuff
That's not the direction you went in only offering a header/uppipe v-band connection, but I do understand what you're saying. Does that mean this adapter is coming in at a much lower cost than a new uppipe (with v-band flange) would cost?

If I already had your header (and I was dead set on a non-rotated 30R with Tial v-band housing) and I had the choice between an adapter or buying a new uppipe with v-band, I would go for the new uppipe.

Looks cool. Just seems like it fills a very, very small corner of the market.
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