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SSi and turbo

Would there be anything wrong/ right with using SSI for my project ?? with some slight mod I could center it in the rear and mabe benefit from not using the wrap around system ( stock 930 )
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nothing wrong with that at all. I have since converted to that and have been providing the ssi weld up kits for my customers.

Before that I was just building the conversion piece for the standard ssi. T

The kits I speak of are 321 stainless versus the standard 304 ssi set up. I will get some pics posted or you can look at autosportengineering.com for a picture of the set up. these use 2 in v-band clamps and a 347 cast stainless crotch. very nice piece.. here is a pic of mine converted to a T4 flange

Let me know i was not clear enough or if you need any other pictures I have a bunch. and to be clear I did 2 different setups on for the standar 304 ssi and the ssi 321 set up. I hope that makes sense
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how much for the y flange ??
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I think they are ok for low boost appl .5 bar or under, but overtime they will crack. Over .5 bar forgeaboutit......
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Call John at SSI, he has all the parts.
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ok for low boost ?? those are designed by john at ssi and were designed for 930's in high boost applications using 321, and 347 stainless this far superior to anything but TI. I think the Ys are just shy of 200 but he does not sell direct . let me know as i buy allot from john on a weekly basis
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John is/was working on an SSI system for the 930. You would need to contact him and see if it's available.

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ok for low boost ?? those are designed by john at ssi and were designed for 930's in high boost applications using 321, and 347 stainless this far superior to anything but TI. I think the Ys are just shy of 200 but he does not sell direct . let me know as i buy allot from john on a weekly basis
I was thinking of the 304 ss ones. My bad.
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No Prob I figured after I wrote it thats probably what was up.

As to what john is working on he sells a complete welduo 930 setup. I can't quote retail as I don't know what he charges but wholesale is very reasonable and comes with and oil drain tank(that i won't be using) and everything is 321 and 347. here is pic completed on a 930

here is auto sports pic.



I should say also the 304 worked for me and for Jbrinkley and darkmoon, along with Phils(don't remember his screen name) for low boost applications I just decided I want to try this other version out as well. Probably better but if you already have the standard ssi you will be fine .. We did make all of our piping after the standard ssis out of 321




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Is the 930 set up completely 321 or just the Y and the cross over pipes? And, how could I contact John or whoever to get more info about this 930 system?

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