STS doesn't have a remote kit, so you would need to get one of there kits, put in a fuel cell, and mount it where your stock gas tank goes I guess.
BUT, I found this.........
I want to go turbo still, and since even with traditionally mounted turbo's you have compromises too, I kinda like this.
Some of the things I like.........
Lack of general heat in the engine bay, as well as direct to adjacent items.
Less clutter in engine bay
Not relocating things like harnesses, A/C lines, battery, etc.
Not needed a whole new K-memeber
Not having to heat wrap steering components due to heat from downpipe, etc
Keeping headers and x-pipe that already was costly.
Not having to pull headers!
Performance loss comparatively speaking
Sketchy exhaust options
Looks like you need a rear seat delete, not sure though
Having to run a pump on the return oil, but not a big deal
A long feed line is NOT a problem, won't hurt anything. A little -3 line going a few extra feet, nah. Cost, my last 7 footer cost me like $30, big deal.
On a low boost, non-dart/world/A4 set up, intercooling shouldn't be needed. Just having the air charge going the extra distance, through thin walled tubing, out of the engine bay should actually cool it some anyways.
The sleeper aspect is nice, especially in California where we have smog nazi's and CHP pulling you over based on "sound", then they pop your hood and send you to the smog REF.
Performance should be better than a centrifugal blower down low, and better than a twins screw up top, just not as good as a traditionally mounted turbo can do.
I think it's a nice option for some people who want a turbo, but doesn't want to give up certain things.