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  1. i've had the blue 550/565cc subaru injectors in since 2018...no issues at all they usually sell very cheap on the subaru/sti forums...a used set cost me around US$100 + shipping back then, so may be around gbp100 if you get lucky PS--if you go this route, PLEASE make sure you get genuine ones, they are a LOT of fake cheap chinese ones on ebay
  2. subaru sti 550/565cc injectors also work (pink or dark blue) and have a nice spray pattern you will need to remove two of the black plastic pieces that are used as spacers on the fuel rail, as they are a little shorter than the stock injectors this is an option if you can get them cheap
  3. https://www.toyotagtturbo.com/community/index.php?threads/goldenvtr-how-it-began-deffo-not-56k-friendly.2902/ scroll about 2/3 down this page and look at the 2 dyno graphs --4efte/td04l and 5efte/tdo4l
  4. it depends on what the owners want from the car...the stock td04l/5e can make decent power for a daily and have a nice power band...can start with the cheap tdo4l and always upgrade later on if required
  5. having personally run a td04l on a 5e, i'd say go with that, it was a great daily drive...lots of response and torque for the stock rev limit (7200 rpm). you get spool early 2000/2500rpm, decent boost by 3000/4000rpm...and tapers off around 5500/6500 rpm in time for the limiter to kick in....it feels like a much improved monster version of the stock 4efte/ct9 set up if you plan to rev to 8,000/9000 rpm on the forge 5e, then the stock td04l is not for you based on the description of the tf035, i'd say the td04l is better suited to the 5e out of the two
  6. this was used in the earlier days, especially in jamaica. i'm not sure if its still popular now the acis intake manifold is a decent option if you set it up properly
  7. i run 205/50r15 on my glanza for along time now...i had to raise the car using the coilovers and i had the rear fender lips trimmed to reduce any rubbing from the tires kumho ku36 i found these helped a bit with traction (less wheel spin) compared to the 195/50/15s i ran prior i don't track my car though https://www.vulcantire.com/ecstaxsku36_t.htm those are the specs
  8. i've done the same on the 5Es since 2007/2008...never had a leak as well i'm not sure with regards to how things will work with the new angle/location you propose
  9. i'm not sure how effective td04l internals would be in a ct9 turbine housing, the ct9 housing is fairly restrictive even for a stock ct9 and hi-flow/hybrid ct9 are there any dyno graphs for these turbos, specs, etc? again, there is not a lot of information to go here so its hard to make an informed decision may be just a regular hybrid ct9 could be investigated if they have that option, these work nicely on the 4efte once you are not chasing crazy hp number and want a nice daily driver. if going anything td04l, i'd suggest you get a full td04l set up (manifold, d/pipe, td04l with its exhaust housing, etc) or even run a tf035 if you want something that is like a hybrid ct9 but should probably flow better top end wise and make a few more hp
  10. is it possible to swap the entire 4efe throttle body over to the 4efte manifold as a direct bolt on?...if so, that may save you some trouble
  11. can you ream out the holes on the bracket a bit to give you tome wiggle room?
  12. that part is important, residual oil in the exhaust and intake piping could lead to some smoking for a little while, but should clear up after a drive.
  13. maybe you can get a local exhaust shop to customize the piping to fit a similar size universal box in the space
  14. i'm not too clued with electronic stuff, but sam44 seems to know a bit about this area....if further advice is needed, then i'd suggest you drop Stu and RobSR peronsal messages
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