New exhaust mani option?

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  1. stg_ms3

    stg_ms3 Greenie Member

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    Saw this on the BNR Facebook page today. Anybody heard of this company called go-autoworks before? [​IMG]


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    Apparently he's a buddy of Bryan. Looks good. I can't speak to it's ability to withstand cracking, but it's nice to have some more options.
     
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    I bit the bullet and decided to buy this manifold, mating it up to a Precision 5862. the turbo has a v-band flange and I didn't want to go with the cast CP-E manifold, and this one offers a v band flange, lets just hope its not a $750 paperweight.
     
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    Have you gotten the manifold yet? I'm looking at one as it seems to be a decent choice for my build (I'm looking for a T3) but I was hoping to get some insight from someone who has one.
     
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    Wonder how fitment is. Can you update us, @Emilio V. ?
    V-band options are so superior in so many ways (turbine inlet and outlet). The turbos with them tend to cost less, they flow better, and there are usually a LOT more turbo options, too. All wins.
     
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    I'm curious as to the EWG design.. Hopefully it's efficient and doesn't creep like a Boost Junkyz.
     
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    Havent recieved the manifold yet, I ordered it on the 6th of this month and shot them and email yesterday but no word back yet, hopefully it'll be here in the next 2-3 weeks. I've got a build thread on my page and will be posting all updates onto there.
     
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    Spoke with Goautoworks today, theres 2 orders in front of me then he's starting on my manifold, hopefully ill see it in the next 3-4 weeks
     
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    Any updates on this? Would love to know how the manifold ia holding up.
     
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