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Giulia 1300 Super to 2.0 Turbocharged

I am looking for someone who has turbocharged a Giulia 1300 Super. Looking in particular pictures or ideas of placement for the intercooler.

And maybe someone can show me where to buy a IC to fit.

Please help ?
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I haven't done it, but I went so far as to mock up an install on an engine stand. Precision Turbo (https://shop.precisionturbo.net/parts/intercoolers) has intercoolers and other parts.

These guys make custom exhausts: Exhaust manifold Alfa Romeo 75 1.8,2.0 turbo | Sport exhausts | Exhaust manifolds | Sport exhaust systems | Extreme-Tuning.bg

I'd use a water to air intercooler (easier to route the plumbing) with the water side cooler in front of the radiator.

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I haven't done it, but I went so far as to mock up an install on an engine stand. Precision Turbo (https://shop.precisionturbo.net/parts/intercoolers) has intercoolers and other parts.

These guys make custom exhausts: Exhaust manifold Alfa Romeo 75 1.8,2.0 turbo | Sport exhausts | Exhaust manifolds | Sport exhaust systems | Extreme-Tuning.bg

I'd use a water to air intercooler (easier to route the plumbing) with the water side cooler in front of the radiator.
Why did you stop the project ?

I like the simplicity of air to air, but might need a custom radiator(slimmer) to fit the IC in front of it. Now I can cut the "GTA" holes in the front not just for looks, but also for function :P

Do one need a separate waterpumpe and watertank for water to air IC, or can I use coolant from the engine/radiator ?

I really hope someone with a Giulia that has done this can speak up here. As I am having trouble finding any images fram turboed Giulias.
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I decided a supercharger was a better route.

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I decided a supercharger was a better route.
Less fab work, or from a driveability perspective?
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Less fab work, or from a driveability perspective?


Packaging and heat. Easier to tune and control too.


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