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Im trying to fit a turbo into a 1985 honda civic ok its a stock engine currently but i cleaned it all out and its running smoothly so i though hey why not modify it but im having trouble trying to figure out where to place the turbo i have all the parts even a custom built intercooler just wondering if i could get a step by step on how to install it

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Hi

1. First you need to find a matched turbo exhasut manifold.
2. Then you can find the position for the turbo once you have fitted the exhaust manifold.
3. You will heed to remove the radiator for now as the mounting position for this may need modifying also.
4. You will then need to get a oil supply line made up and fit this once turbo is fitted.
5. Run all your intercooler and inlet tract piping and your in business.
6. remount your radiator.

That should give you a very quick idea of what needs to be done, of course the job is going to take you longer.

Good Luck

Jason

Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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