Greddy 13522320 Intake Manifold Plenum Nissan S13 SR20DET 70mm N15 TB

  Greddy  Trust Company Ltd. (株式会社トラスト Kabushikigaisha Torasuto?) is a Japanese automotive aftermarket company specialising in performance tuning parts for cars. The company is widely known for its subbrand of tuning parts GReddy and the turbochargers under this brand

GReddy/The Trust company LTD

The Trust Company
Founded in Japan in 1977, The Trust company LTD has become a major player in automotive performance products. With popular brand names like GReddy, GREX, and GRacer, the Trust Company offers one of the widest varieties of performance automotive components. They are most well known for their complete cat-back exhaust systems with unique straight-through muffler design and bolt-on turbocharger kits.
Since 1994, the development and distribution of Trust Company products in the United States has been accomplished by GReddy Performance Products, based in Irvine, California. Trust was unable to use its own name there as it was already copyrighted, therefore they became officially known as GReddy.
In August 2008 the TRUST Company in Japan consolidated their supply of GReddy products throughout Australia and New Zealand which has culminated in the establishment of GReddy Oceania based in Sydney Australia.

GReddy
The division that makes exhaust systems, turbo kits, cooling systems, electronics and accessory lines for Japanese and American cars.
Greddy is pronounced G REDDY[citation needed], . The name originated from two words "GREAT" and "Eddy,"[citation needed] as in a strong swirling wind current, referring to the strong swirling intake air of a turbocharger.
The GR in uppercase and the eddy in lowercase to show where the two words were combined. It also works well for the GReddy trademarked logo.

Bankruptcy and Reorganization
According to various reports, by 2008 TRUST was approximately $60 million in debt and, after reporting a serious decline in sales since February 2008 and amassing $43 million in loan payments, they filed for Minji-saisei-hou in Tokyo District Court on September 10, 2008, the Japanese equivalent of a Chapter 11 reorganization plan in the U.S. The U.S. division was unaffected by the bankruptcy.[1]
It was not until March 2009 that TRUST Co. LTD successfully completed reorganization through Minji-saisei-hou
(Wikipedia)
Intake Manifold Plenum is a must have for people looking for ways to increase air flow into their engine. This manifold will improve mid to high RPM range power. This intake is a great complementary upgrade with a turbo upgrade to run even higher boost. Install of this manifold requires some modification of the fuel rail and throttle pulley. Nissan S13 SR20DET users have the choice of getting the optional Greddy  Trust Company Ltd. (株式会社トラスト Kabushikigaisha Torasuto?) is a Japanese automotive aftermarket company specialising in performance tuning parts for cars. The company is widely known for its subbrand of tuning parts GReddy and the turbochargers under this brand

GReddy/The Trust company LTD

The Trust Company
Founded in Japan in 1977, The Trust company LTD has become a major player in automotive performance products. With popular brand names like GReddy, GREX, and GRacer, the Trust Company offers one of the widest varieties of performance automotive components. They are most well known for their complete cat-back exhaust systems with unique straight-through muffler design and bolt-on turbocharger kits.
Since 1994, the development and distribution of Trust Company products in the United States has been accomplished by GReddy Performance Products, based in Irvine, California. Trust was unable to use its own name there as it was already copyrighted, therefore they became officially known as GReddy.
In August 2008 the TRUST Company in Japan consolidated their supply of GReddy products throughout Australia and New Zealand which has culminated in the establishment of GReddy Oceania based in Sydney Australia.

GReddy
The division that makes exhaust systems, turbo kits, cooling systems, electronics and accessory lines for Japanese and American cars.
Greddy is pronounced G REDDY[citation needed], . The name originated from two words "GREAT" and "Eddy,"[citation needed] as in a strong swirling wind current, referring to the strong swirling intake air of a turbocharger.
The GR in uppercase and the eddy in lowercase to show where the two words were combined. It also works well for the GReddy trademarked logo.

Bankruptcy and Reorganization
According to various reports, by 2008 TRUST was approximately $60 million in debt and, after reporting a serious decline in sales since February 2008 and amassing $43 million in loan payments, they filed for Minji-saisei-hou in Tokyo District Court on September 10, 2008, the Japanese equivalent of a Chapter 11 reorganization plan in the U.S. The U.S. division was unaffected by the bankruptcy.[1]
It was not until March 2009 that TRUST Co. LTD successfully completed reorganization through Minji-saisei-hou
(Wikipedia)
cold pipe made to mate the Greddy  Trust Company Ltd. (株式会社トラスト Kabushikigaisha Torasuto?) is a Japanese automotive aftermarket company specialising in performance tuning parts for cars. The company is widely known for its subbrand of tuning parts GReddy and the turbochargers under this brand

GReddy/The Trust company LTD

The Trust Company
Founded in Japan in 1977, The Trust company LTD has become a major player in automotive performance products. With popular brand names like GReddy, GREX, and GRacer, the Trust Company offers one of the widest varieties of performance automotive components. They are most well known for their complete cat-back exhaust systems with unique straight-through muffler design and bolt-on turbocharger kits.
Since 1994, the development and distribution of Trust Company products in the United States has been accomplished by GReddy Performance Products, based in Irvine, California. Trust was unable to use its own name there as it was already copyrighted, therefore they became officially known as GReddy.
In August 2008 the TRUST Company in Japan consolidated their supply of GReddy products throughout Australia and New Zealand which has culminated in the establishment of GReddy Oceania based in Sydney Australia.

GReddy
The division that makes exhaust systems, turbo kits, cooling systems, electronics and accessory lines for Japanese and American cars.
Greddy is pronounced G REDDY[citation needed], . The name originated from two words "GREAT" and "Eddy,"[citation needed] as in a strong swirling wind current, referring to the strong swirling intake air of a turbocharger.
The GR in uppercase and the eddy in lowercase to show where the two words were combined. It also works well for the GReddy trademarked logo.

Bankruptcy and Reorganization
According to various reports, by 2008 TRUST was approximately $60 million in debt and, after reporting a serious decline in sales since February 2008 and amassing $43 million in loan payments, they filed for Minji-saisei-hou in Tokyo District Court on September 10, 2008, the Japanese equivalent of a Chapter 11 reorganization plan in the U.S. The U.S. division was unaffected by the bankruptcy.[1]
It was not until March 2009 that TRUST Co. LTD successfully completed reorganization through Minji-saisei-hou
(Wikipedia)
Intake Manifold with the Greddy  Trust Company Ltd. (株式会社トラスト Kabushikigaisha Torasuto?) is a Japanese automotive aftermarket company specialising in performance tuning parts for cars. The company is widely known for its subbrand of tuning parts GReddy and the turbochargers under this brand

GReddy/The Trust company LTD

The Trust Company
Founded in Japan in 1977, The Trust company LTD has become a major player in automotive performance products. With popular brand names like GReddy, GREX, and GRacer, the Trust Company offers one of the widest varieties of performance automotive components. They are most well known for their complete cat-back exhaust systems with unique straight-through muffler design and bolt-on turbocharger kits.
Since 1994, the development and distribution of Trust Company products in the United States has been accomplished by GReddy Performance Products, based in Irvine, California. Trust was unable to use its own name there as it was already copyrighted, therefore they became officially known as GReddy.
In August 2008 the TRUST Company in Japan consolidated their supply of GReddy products throughout Australia and New Zealand which has culminated in the establishment of GReddy Oceania based in Sydney Australia.

GReddy
The division that makes exhaust systems, turbo kits, cooling systems, electronics and accessory lines for Japanese and American cars.
Greddy is pronounced G REDDY[citation needed], . The name originated from two words "GREAT" and "Eddy,"[citation needed] as in a strong swirling wind current, referring to the strong swirling intake air of a turbocharger.
The GR in uppercase and the eddy in lowercase to show where the two words were combined. It also works well for the GReddy trademarked logo.

Bankruptcy and Reorganization
According to various reports, by 2008 TRUST was approximately $60 million in debt and, after reporting a serious decline in sales since February 2008 and amassing $43 million in loan payments, they filed for Minji-saisei-hou in Tokyo District Court on September 10, 2008, the Japanese equivalent of a Chapter 11 reorganization plan in the U.S. The U.S. division was unaffected by the bankruptcy.[1]
It was not until March 2009 that TRUST Co. LTD successfully completed reorganization through Minji-saisei-hou
(Wikipedia)
FMIC. No modification is required with GReddy's cold pipe!
 
Note: This manifold can be used with factory fuel rail (with modified tabs).
*** This is the 70mm inlet version, to be used with the N15 Pulsar throttle body ***

Vehicle Applications
Year Make Model Trim App Notes
1989 - 1993 Nissan Silvia (S13) L4 2.0L SR20DET None
1989 - 1998 Nissan 180SX (S13) L4 2.0L SR20DET None

Art.Nr.: FRS-GRE 13522320

Hersteller: Greddy

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