WHAT IS A CLR ??
CLR stands for "center line radius" in this picture BELOW it measures from the outside edge of the elbow to the center = For example if this measurement was 75mm then the elbow in picture will be 75mm CLR.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FINISHES ON MY SINCO MANIFOLD
Pictures below are the x3 main finishes that we offer on our turbo manifolds.
Steamtube - Matte Black = This is our entry level finish, the manifold is beadblasted and VHT painted matte black. This is not a permanent coating and over time will start to rust, on the Evo manifolds where the manifold is directly under the bonnet vents they will rust a lot quicker because water leaks directly onto the manifold.
Stainless Edition = This finish is made from stainless steel 2.7mm thick (sch. 10) and is fully back purged and the welds have full penetration. We recommend this type of steel if race fuels are being used - E85 and Avgas etc. The manifold starts its life bead blasted and the flanges are painted matt black (they are mild steel), this is to keep the cost down and help prevent flange distortion (Stainless Edition finish before heat). Once the manifold goes through different heat cycles it will change colour starting off a blueish colour then moves to a bronze look like the picture below over time it will go more of a brown/black colour depending how hot it gets from different driving styles - i.e street or track.
Burn Edition = This finish is still made from 2.7mm thick (sch. 10 ) stainless steel but instead of the bead blasted matte finish like the stainless edition, the welds are left in a raw state. This is achieved by large gas coverage and high argon pressure when welding along with around 2-3 hours extra labour. This is the most expensive manifold available in our range and can be added to any manifold we fabricate.
DOES MY SINCO TURBO MANIFOLD COME WITH STUDS/NUTS OR GASKETS
We do not supply any extra fitment parts free with our turbo manifolds, these can however be purchased through our online store. We do supply free information and fitment tips to help with the installation of these parts and your turbo manifold.
WHERE DID THE NAME SINCO COME FROM?
WHAT WARRANTY DOES MY SINCO MANIFOLD COME WITH?
HOW DOES THE NO CRACK WARRANTY WORK?
WILL THE WARRANTY TRANSFER OWNERS WITH THE VEHICLE?
SHOULD I HEATWRAP MY MANIFOLD?
CAN I RE-USE MY FACTORY EXHAUST MANIFOLD NUTS?
WHAT THREAD PITCH IS MY SINCO TURBO MANIFOLD FLANGE?
CAN I RE-USE MY FACTORY EXHAUST MANIFOLD STUDS?
CAN I USE EXHAUST CEMENT TO SEAL MY MANIFOLD?
These photos show exactly what not to do!!
WILL MY TWIN SCROLL TURBO WORK WITH MY SINGLE SCROLL MANIFOLD?
-You will not get any performance gains or quicker spool time if a single entry turbo is used with a twin scroll manifold
-You will not get any performance gains or quicker spool time if a twin scroll turbo is used with a single scroll manifold
DO I NEED TO MATCH PORT MY TURBINE HOUSING WITH MY HOLSET HRC SERIES TURBO WHEN RUNNING T3 TWIN SCROLL?
SHOULD I BRACE MY DOWNPIPE TO HELP SUPPORT THE TURBO?
ARE MY TIAL MVS-38 AND TURBOSMART 40MM COMPGATE VBANDS INLET WELD FLANGES THE SAME?
Yes both brands share the same inlet weld flanges, but the outlet flanges are different
ARE MY TIAL MVR-44 AND TURBOSMART 45MM HYPERGATE VBANDS INLET WELD FLANGES THE SAME?
Yes both brands share the same inlet weld flange, also the gfb44 an the precision 46mm vband are all the same. The inlet hole size is slightly different for each brand but the section where the wastegate seat fits and the OD of the vband is the same size. The outlet flanges are all different from each other and are not interchangeable.
DO I NEED AN EXHAUST FLEXI IN MY EXHAUST SYSTEM?
Yes we recommend using an exhaust flexi to help your exhaust system move freely without putting strange on your turbo manifold, headers & mounting hardware
SHOULD I USE AN EXHAUST BELLOW IN MY WASTEGATE PIPING?
We recommend using an Exhaust Bellow in your wastegate pipe. Thermal expansion causes your wastegate piping to expand and this can cause premature cracking of your tubing. The bellows also aid in the alignment of your v-band and exhaust flanges.