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GRP Fabrication: S14/S15 R&D

GRP Engineering is excited to announce that we're currently developing a range of new products for the S14 and S15 Silvia! Our team is dedicated to delivering the highest quality and best-performing products on the market, and we believe these new products will be no exception.
First up, we're developing a Low Mount Turbo Kit to suit the Garret G25-550 - G30-770 IWG Turbos. This kit will include a 3.5" dump pipe, hot-side intercooler pipe, turbo intake pipe, and oil line kit. This kit is designed to work with the Plazmaman Intercooler kits with the dump pipe merging into the factory cat-back position. This kit is made with some of our top-tier brands including Garrett, Artec, Turbosmart, K&N, and Plazmaman, and will offer better airflow, lower temps, and higher horsepower than any other off-the-shelf kit available.
In addition to the turbo kit, we're also developing a 3" stainless steel cat-back exhaust. This system is designed to fit in the factory position whilst also being tucked to provide additional ground clearance and is made from top-quality stainless steel for durability and performance.
We're confident that these new products will deliver the performance, design, and materials that our customers have come to expect from us. However, there are a few things that customers should be aware of when purchasing these products. Modifications to body panels will be required, including the removal of the battery box to allow for intercooler piping. Some cutting will also be required on the passenger side for intercooler pipe routing, but we've designed the kit with minimal cutting in mind. Plazmaman universal brackets may require some bending for the bottom intercooler mount. Due to the Internal Wastegate setup on the turbo, customers will need to contact us and advise their power goals as we may need to supply the turbo with a different wastegate actuator.
We're targeting a release date for these products in mid to late February, so keep an eye out for more information as we get closer to the launch date. We can't wait.
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