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yes you can i would only run low boost pressures though unless you do some internal engine mods to beef it it to handle the boost. most of the time you can buy the hose from bearing acessorie outlets and you can get them with bends and size reductions but i would look into whether the turbo supplier does a ready made kit for the car 1st
I have the same model and year Coupe, and have problems starting it sometimes. I'm not sure it's the same problem you're having, as you say nothing happens when you turn the ignition key. On mine the engine turns over but doesn't start. It usually happens if I've been driving, stopped and then tried to drive off again. In my case it's the ignition lead - to get it going I have to pop the bonnet/hood, pull apart the plugs that connect the two halves of the ignition lead together, then reconnect them. I'm guessing the plugs are just slightly loose and/or the contacts need cleaning (haven't gotten around to sorting it properly yet). Loose plugs would explain why it's okay until after I've been driving; presumably the plugs get shaken loose during the drive.
Might not be the same problem on yours but it might give you somewhere to start. Hope it's of some help!
there are screws in the black plastic trim around the clocks, remove these and pull the trim forward. then remove the screws securing the actual clocks into the dash, then pull the clocks gently forward. on the rear are 2 plugs and the speedo connection, these will need disconnecting to completely remove the clocks. once removed on the rear of the clocks are the bulbs , easily removed by twisting the holders anti clockwise.
im not 100% on what that means but a catalyst is what is inside your catalyctic converter which is an emmission control system along your exhaust line sounds like there may be something wrong with your exhaust system hope that helped