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DIY H2E style intake Y/down pipe

anyone have any pictures of their own built intake Y and dp adapter for a sd with running an aftermarket turbo such as the h2e/gt42/qssb ect...

i searched through the threads on h2e mounts and couldnt really find any good pictures of the intake Y and dp.
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Lots of pictures in there of mine...

H2e Turbo kit... pictures from trucks photos on webshots

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Mod your stocker.


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ive hear of doing that, just never seen how its done, i know its pretty self explanatory and all but i just like seeing how its been done before i go hacking away lol
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I just modded a stocker for my h2e.

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Re: DIY H2E style intake Y/down pipe

Can get an idea here. Just cut off the piece from the turbo to the ic pipe


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Can get an idea here. Just cut off the piece from the turbo to the ic pipe

lol thats easy enough. now just got to figure out how to make the dp work...
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Re: DIY H2E style intake Y/down pipe

your not going to "make" the DP work with a H2e style turbo. The Snail is too long. If you look at the link I posted above I tried 15 differant ways to get the stock DP to work. You will have to fab up one.

A Garrett or like with a smaller snail will work.

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im actually gona be running the turbo moore200173 ran for a while in my setup...

im not scared to fab one up, the ore DIY things i can do to my truck the better
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Re: DIY H2E style intake Y/down pipe

Like I said, if it doesnt have a H2e style exhaust housing you can make the stocker work, but if not, you will have to build a down pipe.

Be aware, if you build a kit like that, you will not be able to run a H2e style turbo without building a different kit.

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