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Date Registered: 02-2012
TOTAL POSTS: 2
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X Trail GT Turbo Outlet / Cat Delete


Hello, one of my first post to be made since actually trying to find info on this car here even in Japan (in regards to proper upgrades) is seeming difficult.

My main mission with this car is to tune it for diveability & fuel savings in the city but I will also have a map for some fun.

Main problem. I have my standalone Link G4 Storm and Innovate LC-1 wideband ready to install BUT was dissapointed to see the cat comes right off of the turbo hot side. I could and still might use innovate`s O2 bung extender to put the O2 sensor in the elbow. However I would like to have it somewheres cooler downstream for sensor longevity and accurate readings.

So main question does anyone know of a turbo outlet (elbow) and front pipe that can be purchased. I was thinking a pulsar GTiR setup but wasn`t sure if any GT owners had any love from it.

Any info much appreciated
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Date Registered: 11-2008
Location: Perth
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Its a t28 turbo with a 5 bolt flange, GTiR aftermarket might fit or be close to.

other than that you'd have to go custom, no one would make a pre-made dump for an X-trail I think...

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