Thought I would post some pics of my RB install...it was not the hardest job but not the funnest either LOL! I am about 30 mins from RB-turbo and met up with Rob to get my Rb turbos and man are these things impressive....almost to pretty to install. I must also say that the man making these turbos is a one of a kinf guy and takes pride in his work....very evident after talking to him. I may try to install these (I have nothing but time so....) LOL!! Still researching! Here are some pics: Torque specs: Bracket to cylinder head: 9Nm Coolant supply line to crankcase: 9Nm Coolant return line to crankcase: 8Nm Coolant return line to turbo: 8Nm Coolant supply line to supply line: 8Nm Exhaust manifold heat shield: 8Nm Oil supply line to crankcase: 20Nm Oil pressure line to turbo: 8Nm Oil return line to crankcase: 8Nm Oil return line to turbo: 8Nm Turbo manifold to head: 20Nm Snap this pic to save some others headaches, when I took the coolant lines off the OEM turbos I must have pryed on the flange and it slight bent it and when installed on the RB's W/spacers it caused a gap. I fixed it by reinstalling the lines on the turbos and tightening down and bending flange back (do not do this with Rbs since it could strip the threads). I rather strip a OEM than a RB LOL!!! If you want more than 20psi from your RB's you will need this: If using JB4 you haver to make this setting Good time to get all the dents out of your FMIC with this awesome liitle tool: Found out that a regular 10 MM socket or wrench has a bit of a tough time fitting on the "Front turbos" Coolant line nut, so instead of getting a thin walled socket a shaved down a 10MM 1/4" drive socket and it worked like a charm LOL!! Here is a comparision of a regular socket and shaved socket going on the nut, as you can see a regular socket hits.