Im doing a gtr conversion to an r32 gtst and was advised to do a single turbo conversion while I was at it. The reason for this I was told is if I do the single turbo conv. I could use the gtst ecu and loom with very little modification electrically, intsead of having to install the complete gtr loom just to run two turbos. Can anyone confirm this or give me any advice, would like to get it right first time!!
Keep twins. You can do that for a lot less, keep the stock twins, get them rebuilt later, run your GTR loom and ECU, get it stage one chipped first, and you will be set. If you try all that other **** you are actually looking for more money and why when you can use the above stated. You should run the wiring to the GTR for the engine to properly do everything it needs. That's my suggestion.
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