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Old Apr 5, 2010, 12:54 PM
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HI, what version should I take, v1, v2 or v3 combined with a 65mm MIL.SPEC T/B considering I want faster spool time of my turbo, a FP White by the way ?
Do you ship to europe ?
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Hi mate,

late reply but nevertheless, depending on what you want from your car and what you intend to use it for, lies the choice of either the Rev2 or Rev3 inlet manifold(there is no version 1), the rev3 will make more power than the Rev2 as it is reshaped to take in more air and I honestly do not think there will be any noticable loss in spool or in low down power even on stock turbo, on the road. It will take 34% more air than the Rev2, and if you have a big turbo this manifold will really shine, but it is still really good for the stock turbo as well.

My humble opinion would be to get the Rev3 manifold as that is what I would get if I had the money, but got the Rev2 instead, solely because I could not afford the Rev3. I'm planning to run this manifold with an FP Black turbo on a forged engine, along with all the other right bolt ons

And lastly yes Chris can and does ship internationally, I'm sure of that, as I live in Cyprus.






*I will report back here the results of my setup/combo when it is finished.
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I'm glad you saw that post sir as I missed it completely We can certainly ship overseas feel free to contact me for pricing or additional information!
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Old Aug 6, 2010, 03:25 PM
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great option to go with, thanks for the info guys
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Chris,

I have the Rev2 with the Mil.Spec 65mm TB. I'm looking to make the move to the Rev3 during an upcoming one-year military deployment. Running a MAP 2.3L, FP Black, Full-Race exhaust mani, MAP ported head, GSC S2 cams on E85.

I'm considering the Boomba 75mm TB with the Rev3. Like to know if you'd recommend? Besides the costs, pros and cons going with the Boomba versus the Mil.Spec?

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Old Aug 7, 2010, 10:29 PM
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If you've already got the Mil.Spec sir I would recommend you stick with that, the stock throttle body flange needs some welding just to get it to 65mm, you wouldn't be able to use the full 75mm of the Boomba without an aftermarket manifold. Hope this helps and thanks for your continued patronage!
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Old Sep 22, 2010, 07:59 AM
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Thank you sir
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i want to get my IM TB EX and my stock turbo ported soon.. could i get a price quote on this plz
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Will respond to your PM shortly thanks!
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Old Dec 5, 2010, 07:44 PM
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definitely on my upcoming mod list!! just need to decide whether the Rev2 or Rev3 is best for me and not to mention the $$ factor too
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Sounds good sir From your mod list in your signature it looks as if you can expect some significant gains either way!
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Old Dec 6, 2010, 08:42 AM
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That's what I'm hoping for. Defintely do not want to lose any spool would love to gain some more mid and top end which I'm sure either one will do.
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We actually had a customer in the UK pick up 500rpm of spool with a Rev3 and FP Black
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Sounds good! I sent you a pm just asking which would you recommend with my setup. The plan is to upgrade after I get a better IC.
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Will the Rev 3 match up to a magnus V5???
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Originally Posted by DormantBeast View Post
Will the Rev 3 match up to a magnus V5???
This is the question everyone wants to know, my personal opinion is that under 600whp the Rev3 will perform best and over 600whp or thereabouts the benefits of the larger plenum on the V5 will start to shine through on the top end. We initially broke the stock ECU record with 814whp using our Rev3 and a 6765, we later broke it again with 1053whp utilizing the Magnus V5. I don't think you can go wrong either way
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