I've no doubt it's possible for uk companies to do it, but i think you're spot on with pricing being too extortionate. That and the lack of development here in the uk for big turbos especially on the R56. It seems much more accessible for big turbos on r53's from what i can see.It's gonna be great, but just curious that no UK company can offer this kind of fab or will the price be too extortionate.
Sorry George I missed this.. my dilemma is it looks so nice its going to be a shame to hide it, but equally it would be best for performance to keep those temps down. I'm going to weigh up costs of ceramic coating, and thermo met. The latter I'm sure will be mega money but I'd like to know what it would come to.That manifold and downpipe look tricky to make! Great looking bit of kit though. What are you doing in terms of heat shielding?
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Yes it all clears, if you check out their page you'll have to do some digging but there are a few minis on their page and clearance doesn't seem to be an issue. Some very minor fettling but the biggies like AC and alternator are fine.Now that's a piece of work! I didn't look at the instagram pics --- will the WG linkage clear the fan housing and front end framework?
As for heat shielding, consider ceramic coating for manifold, DP, and turbine housing. Should be a lot cleaner installation than wrapping all these tubes.