ClubWRX Forum banner

1 - 6 of 6 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
56 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Hello all, I just recently bought a gt3076r :) I was wondering if anyone had installed one with the perrin kit and just wanted some details or any advice you could give me on the install. Thanks again!
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
6,501 Posts
It's pretty self explanatory. As Justin said,what are you looking for? Maybe try searching NASIOC's parts review or the 2.5L section as they have a much larger membership.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
56 Posts
Discussion Starter #5
I was just looking for some basic advice, as in........ Would someone that has done the install of the gt3076r with the perrin kit or otherwise have alot of problems that came up during install/or was it fairly simple and piping matched up the way it was supposed to. Or for instance did they run into anything that they had to stop and take it to a professional to get done??

Doesnt have to be to in depth just wanted a heads up on some things i could in counter on the install. :)
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
89 Posts
Hey, I installed my GT3076r last year and it took about an hour. I was also replacing my uppipe and downpipe, because I had cut and rewelded both to fit a TD05-20G with diffrerent flanges in there previously. But I went with a factory fitment Titek uppipe and Invidia DP and the factory replacement GT3076r and everything went together like a glove. Probably the easiest install Ive done of anything on this car so far. The only problem I had was redoing my intake piping because I had clocked the TD05 when I did that install and did a FMIC. I didnt want to clock the new turbo so I had to redo the piping. also I redid the air filter and was a pain in the ass to run the intake tube to the turbo inlet because the factory intake manifold doesnt leave much room for moving around the intake. If youre still running the stock TMIC I hope you got a GT3076r with the correct flange to bolt to the intercooler. Although, if you are running that big of a turbo, you should probably go to an FMIC or at least STi TMIC.

Good luck with the install
 
1 - 6 of 6 Posts
Top