The header dimension calculations were done by yours truly and the headers fabricated using Burns Stainless merged collectors and tubing by Chris Eimer.
It is scavenged by a single stage of the Dailey Engineering dry sump system, so the low position is not a problem with lubrication or smoking. The location of the turbo allows for really short and direct charge pipes for great throttle response and minimal lag.
A huge K&N filter clamped directly on the turbo inlet keeps dirt out of the system.
The black Setrab cooler to the left of the intercooler is for the power steering system. It has dual electric fans to help keep the power steering system from overheating. The power steering has been equipped with an external, adjustable pressure regulator by Chris Eimer in an effort to improve system reliability.
The external regulator prevents the fluid from being recirculated inside the pump overheating, now the fluid must travel through a higher volume loop which keeps temperatures a lot lower. The team hopes that this will eliminate the power steering issues which have troubled the car in the past.