If you use aluminized steel pipe, it is way cheaper. Look in summit in the exhaust section. The silicon connectors (high temp silicone) and t bolt clamps will cost you but are worth it. If you consider fabrication, your best friend is a chop saw. They go for about 100 bucks for a decent one. 50 bucks for harbor freight. If you can't weld, you really could still piece a system together using J bends, Ubends straights and connectors. Since you can use the connectors, it is much less hassle than doing the hot side. Plus if you buy your hot side, you have your turbo(s) already fixed in space-this eliminates a huge variable. Now all you need to do is snake a path for your cold side. Keep in mind too that you will want at least 7 inches of straight in front of your maf.
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