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      09-06-2012, 04:47 PM   #1
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Gintani Ver. 2 S/C Kit

Hello Everyone,

We would like to share some photos of our updated s/c kit designs. Below are some photos of our prototype manifold which is almost complete. Just a few minor changes left. So these new kits will come with full DIY instructions and flash cables. Feel free to give us some feedback.

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      09-06-2012, 04:50 PM   #2
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Looks good! On a sidenote you guys need to update your site it's still not working properly
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      09-06-2012, 05:50 PM   #3
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Looks good! On a sidenote you guys need to update your site it's still not working properly
Thank you, Yes we are redoing everything all over again. Since the old server kept getting hacked.
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Liking the casting better than the previous 2 piece design. Personally I'd much rather see the internals instead of the cosmetics.
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Thank you, Yes we are redoing everything all over again. Since the old server kept getting hacked.
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      09-06-2012, 06:53 PM   #6
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Liking the casting better than the previous 2 piece design. Personally I'd much rather see the internals instead of the cosmetics.
Thank you, will try getting some more photos of internals if I can
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That's great to hear. It's nice to be able to differentiate through design elements other than aesthetics.
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Let's see some more pics.

Nice looking manifold, probably will look way better once it has some color on it!
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Looks a hell of a lot better than the previous version! Awesome manifold itll look great with some color in it
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Is it me or does the manifold look kinda like the stock manifold that our cars come with, looks good
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Like the new manifold....... I'd like it if you guys would lose the big carbon fiber panel though!
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Like the new manifold....... I'd like it if you guys would lose the big carbon fiber panel though!
Too each his own, I like all the CF under the hood! And I believe it's functional as well if I'm Not mistaken. Keep up the good work fellas, can't wait to see some numbers
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Would we have a choice of which setup can be chosen? Old vs. New.
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For those that have the older manifold, can they upgrade?
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is that a YSI Op???
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Thank you everyone for the feedback. Still more fitment and testing going on, so no pictures yet. Only the teaser photos above.

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Nice looking manifold, probably will look way better once it has some color on it!
Soon enough

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Is it me or does the manifold look kinda like the stock manifold that our cars come with, looks good
Yes, we were aiming for a more stock like look. Thank you

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Like the new manifold....... I'd like it if you guys would lose the big carbon fiber panel though!
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Too each his own, I like all the CF under the hood! And I believe it's functional as well if I'm Not mistaken. Keep up the good work fellas, can't wait to see some numbers
Yes, the carbon fiber airbox is functional directing the air flow, and for this new setup will be keeping the heat out as well.

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Would we have a choice of which setup can be chosen? Old vs. New.
That can be done, until the old style runs out. I believe it may be already.

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For those that have the older manifold, can they upgrade?
Yes, they can

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No, its the self contained v3.
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Any idea on why some people are saying the heads are lifting at a certain PSI and nobody has figured out the head bolt problems?
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It's coming along. The new manifold is much better than that ugly pancake flowless manifold you previously had.

Change is good!
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It's coming along. The new manifold is much better than that ugly pancake flowless manifold you previously had.

Change is good!
Thank you for the comment. There will be and has been a lot of changes in our company. We're working very hard to bring some exciting products in the near future....
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Any idea on why some people are saying the heads are lifting at a certain PSI and nobody has figured out the head bolt problems?
The heads do lift on these cars at higher boost levels. We already have head studs for these engines and we will post some pictures of them very soon...
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