If I had rotated it 90 degrees the inlet would have been too close to the fuel tank, unless i wouldve made a sadle for the turbo like you did. I dont have much exhaust pipe to support. Its only gona have a straight pipe with a 90 and a rain cap. The way i did it I didnt have to cut my intake or exhaust manifold, but my bent up hood will get a new hole. I will only using the tractor for work. There is 3 1/2 inches between the hood and the turbo, so I could still run it ouf the original hood hole if i wanted. Sometime in the next 2 weeks ill get it back on the dyno to see what the numbers look like.
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