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#1 Old 09-15-2009, 12:48 AM
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Would GT3071R fit with my divorced catted invidia dp??
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no it won't. you will need a different d/p and up-pipe either built, or a kit to fit the turbo. A true GT turbo is not just bolt on. However, ATP makes a turbo that is a Garret turbo with a custom turbine that is made to bolt up into stock location.
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i ment the atp GT3071R turbo fit my dp sorry
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well in that case it should, they are meant to be a direct bolt on turbo. If for some reason there was a problem with the divorced section on the d/p it could be grinded down or modified to fit. Your best bet to be positive is to e-mail ATP and see what they say.
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To be honest you best prepair you self for a frustrating install. That DT is a beast at the top and I have seen a ton of fitment issues caused by them. I'm not saying it will not work, but I am saying you might have to use your noggin to get it to. LOL.. But hey, isn't that the fun of Wrenching..

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o yeaaaa it iss NOTTT hahahahah
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To be honest you best prepair you self for a frustrating install. That DT is a beast at the top and I have seen a ton of fitment issues caused by them. I'm not saying it will not work, but I am saying you might have to use your noggin to get it to. LOL.. But hey, isn't that the fun of Wrenching..
Just clarifying...When you say DT. You meant Direct Turbo...a.k.a. bolt on turbo.
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Just clarifying...When you say DT. You meant Direct Turbo...a.k.a. bolt on turbo.
Sorry, I was referring to Down Pipe, I call it down tube.. I'm old, leave me alone.. LOL..

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Haha, its ok. I was just wondering. You can't be that much older than me shoaf.
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I read some where that it recommends a bell mouth dp. Like shoaf pointed out it might be a pita. You might be better off just buying another dp and selling your old one and save your self some trouble.
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im pretty sure i can cut it out.
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Yeah, you should be able to remove it... after all, it's just metal

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have you tried cutting the piece out? You may be better off just selling the d/p and buying a normal bellmouth d/p.
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