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The Viggen manifold appears to be the one configured for the #5 turbo housing which has a round outlet unlike the 9000 which has a #6 housing which is oval(read larger volume). I am sure of the housing number and configuration with regard to the 9000 but not so sure about the Viggen. If your housing is round then it's the number 5. Porting a number 5 is do-able as I understand it...I was just looking at a "HOT" number 5 OG 9-3 housing yesterday. There appears to be plenty of excess material if porting was pursued. Because this is the performance board, I am assuming you want immediate spool so porting the #5 housing to match would achieve a higher level of performance. Perhaps someone who has direct experience with the Viggen turbo and housing could confirm. I would be interested in knowing specifically what housing the Viggen had.
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