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We finally have the pricing locked down for our Premium Show Quality Water to Air intercooled turbo system. The GT25R variant of this system has been designed for maximum performance on a stock internals 1ZZ-FE. For a built 1ZZ or a 2ZZ (stock or built) we recommend the GT2871R option. We will be building out one of these kits in order to provide before and after dynos with the GT-25R option.

We are also going to do something I haven't seen before when showing turbo system pricing, is give a complete price breakdown of all the components and optional extras. There is nothing to hide here and all the costs are shown.

We will also be unable to offer single piece parts of the kit, it must be purchased as a whole. We will not be offering single parts to be Ceramic coated, all 6 parts must be coated, or un-coated. We HIGHLY reccomend the coatings for increased performance, and reliability. There are several color options available, including Titanium (shown), Black (shown on muffler), Gold, and a polished silver.

Here is a short Youtube video our customer made who is using our DDPR MR-2 Spyder kit with a GT-2871R turbo upgrade. It includes some sound clips bliping the throttle outside and inside the car toward the end of the video:




For starters lets begin with the Bare bones turbo system and Ceramic coated parts. This does not include an EMS, Injectors or Fuel system.

Here is the Bare bones breakdown with ceramic coated prices in ( ):

DDPR Ported Stainless Steel Turbo downpipe - flex pipe + 2 Vband + 2 O2 bungs.....$546.25.....($666.25)


DDPR Stainless Steel Muffler, Resonator, Vband, and Polished tips.....$1,150.00.....($1,270.00)


DDPR Lower cv boot heat shield.....$109.25.....($169.25)


DDPR Turbo manifold heat shield.....$258.75.....($318.75)


DDPR Mirror Polish Aluminum Resivoir for heat exchanger.....$345.00
DDPR Mirror Polish Aluminum W2A Intercooler assembly, piping, and mounts.....$851.00
DDPR Polished Aluminum intake pipe to turbo with recurculation valve.....$532.45


DDPR Water Pump mounting plate & hardware.....$51.75
DDPR Heat exchanger kit - heat exchanger, water pump, 40' of water lines.....$460.00


DDPR Ported GT-25R Turbo.....$1,197.00.....($1,307.00)*
*Vband charge pipe fitting and Polished compressor housing add $260.00, *photo of GT-2871R



DDPR Ported Cast Turbo manifold.....$264.50.....($394.50)



DDPR Flywheel cover & turbo oil feed line clamps.....$30.00
Moroso Oil Pan.....$449.90
Silicone Couplers, Fittings, t-bolt clamps, lines & misc.....$200.00


Bare bones system - $6,445.85
Bare bones system with Ceramic coatings - $7,045.85

Additionally, we have a Tuner kit, which includes Bare bones system with Ceramic coatings and the following additional options:
Injectors - 440 or 550 or 700 CC.....$375.00
Walbro 255 lph fuel pump.....$110.00
Hallman Manual boost controller.....$110.00
New OEM Subaru STi mass airflow meter.....$265.68
Apexi Power FC + Commander - un-tuned n/a 1ZZ-FE basemap.....$1,095.00

Tuner kit with Ceramic coatings - $9,001.53

Finally, we are offering a complete Turn key turbo system. It includes the bare bones ceramic kit, with the following options:

DDPR Tuned Apexi Power FC + Commander.....$1,500.00
Walbro 255 lph fuel pump.....$110.00
Injectors - 440 or 550 or 700 cc.....$375.00
Return fuel system.....$415.00
Greddy Profec II electronic boost controller.....$415.00
AEM Uego air fuel sensor & guage.....$199.00
AEM Boost guage.....$145.00
ACT - TC2 - XTSS Clutch 275 ft-lb rating.....$470.00
Subaru Sti mass airflow meter (MAF) new OEM.....$265.68
DDPR dual core catch can MR2 spyder kit.....$342.00


Pic of prototype installed:

Denso Iridium IK22 spark plugs.....$40.00


Turn key system.....$11,664.53

Here are the Options available for all systems:

DDPR Tuned Apexi Power FC + Commander.....$1,500.00
Apexi Power FC + Commander - un-tuned n/a 1zz-fe basemap.....$1,095.00
Walbro 255 lph fuel pump.....$110.00
Injectors - 440 or 550 or 700 cc.....$375.00
Return fuel system.....$415.00
Hallman Manual boost controller.....$110.00
Greddy Profec II electronic boost controller.....$415.00
AEM Tru boost electronic boost controller & guage*.....$299.00
*Recommend upgrading to remote sensor for MR2 Spyder install due to length of vacuum line required.
AEM external 5 bar pressure sensor.....$202.80
AEM Uego air fuel sensor & guage.....$199.00
AEM Boost guage.....$145.00
ACT - TC2 - XTSS Clutch 275 ft-lb rating.....$470.00
Subaru Sti mass airflow meter (MAF) new OEM.....$265.68
DDPR dual core catch can MR2 spyder kit.....$342.00
Denso Iridium IK22 plugs.....$40.00
GT-2871R upcharge.....$100.00


In addition, we are offering the Turn Key system installed and tuned in-house for an additional $3,000.00. - This price includes installation of turbo system, intercooler system, fuel system, gauges, electronics, dyno tuning, street tuning and detailing to a show ready state.

A few pics of the turn key system installed:




 

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Very nice fab work. Question do you include upgraded hardware? One thing I noticed that was always lacking was the hardware available for the exhaust manifold. The OEM studs are very thin and short. Some flanges are very thick and the stock studs just don't work well in that respect. Same issue in regards to the turbo and exhaust manifold itself. Lastly is there a turbo stay or anything like that???

Regardless nice kit and well priced for the work that's needed to make something of this finish and quality.
 

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Everything is V band clamp...and just grab an ARP header stud kit
 

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Anyone that has ever bought a bolt on turbo kit and actually keeps the car will tell you that the cost for this kit which is very complete is reasonable and realistic. You'll end up buying more and spending more time making the kit reliable, efficient and to withstand abuse. This is about as complete as it gets and the price does not shock me. I'm just not a fan of the manifold (while it's sturdy) but the heat shield is spectacular and as much bling this kit has a nicer blow off valve would suit it.
 

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Wow! Wow! Awww sheeeyuttt... Hmmm... Beautiful! Thread subscribed. Awaiting updates... This might be the kit that gets me up off my wallet... The exhaust is so sexy:wub: I would love to see some good intercooler pics.
 

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Anyone that has ever bought a bolt on turbo kit and actually keeps the car will tell you that the cost for this kit which is very complete is reasonable and realistic. You'll end up buying more and spending more time making the kit reliable, efficient and to withstand abuse. This is about as complete as it gets and the price does not shock me. I'm just not a fan of the manifold (while it's sturdy) but the heat shield is spectacular and as much bling this kit has a nicer blow off valve would suit it.
We used the Bosch recirc valve because from a functionality and reliability standpoint, they are quite excellent. They also fit in with our mission of a kit that you don't mind taking for a 3 day long highway cruise because the dB level is bearable. I agree that they leave a bit to be desired from the asthetics standpoint. As these are build to order kits, we could of course accomodate you on what style or brand of recirculation valve you would prefer. We could do it as a blow off as well, but I advise against it as this is designed for use with a draw through MAF and that causes rich spikes. You do still hear the recirc, and it is quite satisfying, just not so loud and in your face as a blow off.
 

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Very nice fab work. Question do you include upgraded hardware? One thing I noticed that was always lacking was the hardware available for the exhaust manifold. The OEM studs are very thin and short. Some flanges are very thick and the stock studs just don't work well in that respect. Same issue in regards to the turbo and exhaust manifold itself. Lastly is there a turbo stay or anything like that???

Regardless nice kit and well priced for the work that's needed to make something of this finish and quality.
We can certainly ship it with 100% high tensile strength SS ARP studs if you like. We did use them exclusively on the vehicle pictured. It was a slight cost increase, but nothing earth shattering.
 

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Wow! Wow! Awww sheeeyuttt... Hmmm... Beautiful! Thread subscribed. Awaiting updates... This might be the kit that gets me up off my wallet... The exhaust is so sexy:wub: I would love to see some good intercooler pics.
Because of its location it was very hard to get assembled pictures of the intercooler - if you would like, we do have some pictures from during fabrication that give a good idea of the size and shape of the intercooler, but they do not reflect the finish at the time of delivery.
 

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You don't read Robert Heinlein?
Shame on you!
I have read some of his stuff, but not everything by any means. I think probably Starship troopers, stranger in a strange land, man who sold the moon and maybe a few others. Its been years though - I don't have much time for pleasure reading nowadays. I did just pick up starship troopers and Armor by John Steakly on audio book a few months ago and listened to them on my commute - great stuff. I get almost all my literature that way - kills the hour long drive each way in great fashion.

And I am of course familiar with the phrase TANSTAAFL, just didn't strike a chord in acronym format.
 

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Because of its location it was very hard to get assembled pictures of the intercooler - if you would like, we do have some pictures from during fabrication that give a good idea of the size and shape of the intercooler, but they do not reflect the finish at the time of delivery.
Yah, I understand both the location point, and the finish issue. It just seems that thi shas been a major shortcoming with some previous kits from other folks. I will certainly be following all the updates...

How soon until you guys start working on a 2ZZ manifold?
 

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We can certainly ship it with 100% high tensile strength SS ARP studs if you like. We did use them exclusively on the vehicle pictured. It was a slight cost increase, but nothing earth shattering.
Thanks for the quick reply to the question. The fact that you guys noticed this little detail just shows the level of experience and detail taken in the design aspects. If I was to stay with the zz engine family I'd get one of your kits.
 

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Yah, I understand both the location point, and the finish issue. It just seems that thi shas been a major shortcoming with some previous kits from other folks. I will certainly be following all the updates...

How soon until you guys start working on a 2ZZ manifold?
Here are two very very rough photo's during fabrication:



Another very very rough fabrication photo of the underside of intercooler from under car. The Water Pump mounting location, with supplied bracket is on the trans where the 3 bolt holes are:



Slightly less rough pre-final pics:





 

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That looks wicked! I need deeper pockets. I've never been a big fan of turbos but thats just pure engine porn there. Lots of great fabrication work.
 
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