In the pic that is just an empty bearing housing with end housings tossed on to mock up.
The initial turbo will be one of our Delta 65 turbos (basically a GT35R compressor with a P-trim turbine wheel) in a divided .55 T3 housing. When our tooling is done with our .76 divided T3 housings I will switch up to that one.
Yep, this is a one-off I am doing on my car. If we end up making a kit to sell we'd go a different route with a cast manifold and put the turbo right off the head, etc.
I don't know of very many twin scroll kits available for the S2k, and the goal is to retain the stock battery, oil filter, and fuse box locations. It is hard to tell in the pic, but the manifold fits great. It doesn't come close to the oil filter. The only somewhat area of concern is right on the fender. I am not sure how much the motor will torque, so I may have to do figure out a stiffer motor mount or torque bar solution.
Really all that is left is to cut the hole and mount the wastegate flange, and do the driver's side intercooler pipe.
I was hoping to have it all ready to go for my trip to Albuquerque this next week, but once the manifold is done this weekend I still have to get it ceramic coated, and have a bit of seat time driving it around town to make sure all is well. I'll bring it around next time I am in town though, which hopefully by then it'll be on a built motor with the larger housing. I'll throw some Q16 in and come out to pay
1000cc injectors are sitting on my desk. Those will go in just before it goes on the dyno to get tuned. It already has a walbro installed.
The stock lines will be fine for now for the low boost I plan on running. When the motor comes out I'll run new feed/return lines and a dual walbro setup will be dropped into the tank.
On this setup for now in the small housing I am only shooting for 400hp on pump gas. That should be pretty obtainable. Once the larger housing and race fuel goes in I don't see why it won't make 650hp on race fuel on the built motor.