just discovered that if anyone is interested in doing a turbo set up on a 3.3L nissan turbonetics makes a turbo manifold for our trucks. http://www.turboneticsinc.com/pa_manifolds.htm
i think it would be awsome to do a turbo frontier but i am lacking money in order to do this setup (probebly the same boat as most people on this forum.
that would be cool but your gonna need to get a New ECU all the pipeing to go with it and that adds a lot of cost real quick, if you really want to trubo your truck look into the STS remote mount kits that replace your muffler with a trubo. you'll have to cut the pipe to fit your app but it comes with every thing you need plumbing wise still need a new ECU
The Nissan got wrecked now I've got a Hemi tow rig a YJ under construction and 960 sqft of shop space
Remote turbo is definately the way to go. Especailly with a truck, theres nothing like pulling a motor, adding about 15bls worth of new plumbing and a turbo, then trying to fit it all back in there again, but..... it's still worth it.
If you ever been around any turbo vehicals you would realize that that is note that expencive. I had an eagle talon that was turbo and it was $580 for a 4 cylender tubular turbo manafold. and we would need 2 different manafolds going into one common collector.
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