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Dump Pipes For Garrett 2860 -7


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  • 3 months later...

I know this is a dig-up, but I'm after some dump pipes to match a pair of GT2860-5s.

Would the standard HKS split dumps bolt straight up to the flange of the turbo?

Taking the el-cheapo route, there are some XForce (HKS style) ones getting around on ebay - anyone experience these?

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Yes, but. There is a bit of a fiddle to be done. The HKS dumps have a bolt on fitting that separates the turbine from the wastegate. But the Garrett turbo also has a bit of a half arsed version of the same. So you need to decide which of the two to keep.

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What sort of 'fiddling' we talking about? Hard core filing of metal, or simply a matter of not using either one of the separators?

Is the idea to totally seal off the two outlets from each other - ie air tight?

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we binned the separator off the Trust dumps and kept the turbo ones...

yeah the trust ones are im my oppion the best in the business but they are not cheap and include front pipe. see pic i have seen an increase of 15-30 rwkw with this set up over others.

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If I could just bring it back to the original post - would the XForce brand dumps be acceptable? I mean I know there are cheap chinese knock-offs getting around, but surely XForce would be OK - or are they straight from china too?

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