Pirelli run-flats on stock chrome C5 wheels provide the rolling power, with black powder- coated calipers handling the whoa-power.
DIAGRAM18.JPG – Assemble the LH turbocharger, T3 flange gasket, wastegate, LH exhaust inlet pipe and RH tail pipe as shown in Diagram #18.  Tighten all bolts evenly to facilitate lining up flanges evenly. Don’t do final tightening until the turbo assemblies are in place on the vehicle. (Important: Make sure that the wastegate valve seat ring is properly positioned into the wastegate and the gasket is in place before installing the wastegate to the flange. Make sure that there is 1 sealing ring on each side of the banjo hose fittings on the wastegate ports.) The 6 turbine housing bolts can be loosened to allow the center section of the turbocharger to be rotated. Rotate the center section so that the oil outlet flange of the turbo faces straight down once the turbo assembly has been installed on the vehicle. Tighten the turbine housing bolts to 12 ft lbs once aligned properly. Loosen the 6 compressor housing bolts and rotate the compressor housing so that the outlet of the com- pressor lines up with Pipe #1 once the turbo assembly has been installed on the vehicle.  Tighten the com- pressor bolts to 10 ft lbs once aligned properly.   Install the LH tail pipe onto the outlet of the turbine housing with the four 8mm X 20mm bolts and lock washers. Do final tightening of the tailpipe once the assembly has been installed on the vehicle so that the tail pipe can be adjusted if needed to properly line up the tail pipe with the body. Install the 26” #4 stainless steel oil supply hose onto the fitting at the top of the turbocharger as shown. (Note: Once the turbo assemblies have been installed on the vehicle, it may be necessary to adjust the clocking of the center section and/or the compressor housing to line them up properly and to allow for maximum clearance from the body. The stainless supply hoses should be installed to the turbo inlet brass before installing the assembly onto the vehicle.) DIAGRAM19.JPG – Install the LH Turbo assembly as shown in Diagram #19 by inserting the flanged turbo inlet pipe end up and over the rear differential. Insert the exhaust hanger into the rubber insulator mount to hold the rear of the turbo in place.  Install the factory exhaust gasket and connect the exhaust inlet pipe to the factory mid-pipe and secure with the factory bolts. Repeat this process for the RH side. (Note: It may be necessary to adjust the flange (mid-pipe flange, turbine housing flange and/or tail pipe flange) alignment and/or bend the exhaust hangers to get the turbos to hang properly so that the tail pipes are centered and have equal clearance from the body. It may also be necessary to re-clock the turbo center section and compressor housing so that the oil outlet flange is facing straight down and the compressor outlet lines up correctly with Pipe 1. Some adjustments may need to be made after driving the vehicle to eliminate any of rubbing or rattling.) Route the stainless oil supply hoses from the turbos through the holes in the sides of the K-member to the center of the back side of the differential. Connect each #4 hose to the #4 outlet end fittings on the check valve assembly and connect the