Originally Posted by ImolaMpower
You guys do understand how much easier it is to do this on a LHD vehicle compared to a RHD vehicle right? The ideal layout for a turbo application for this specific model is on a LHD car being that the steering linkage isn't in the way, unlike the U.S. cars.
For this reason, companies such as HPF, aren't interested as its a complete headache and would require an intense amount of custom fabrication to the actual car that the majority of you guys wouldn't be comfortable doing nor paying for.
You mean the opposite like i stated earlier? They did this on a RHD car. LHD the steering component ARE in the way. This is cool thing seeing a turbo e92 but this wouldnt be a kit that could be sold here in the states.