There's probably only a couple ways realistically. Both involve bringing the far end plumbing back toward the drivers side. You can do this in the engine bay by running the plumbing over to the passenger side and out the radiator support ... or, move the radiator over to the passenger side as far as possible and run both pipes straight out the drivers side radiator support. You'll be picking up the far side tank over the top (or bottom) of the IC out in front then.
Either way, I'd make the passenger side tank the turbo in side.
What would be the list of everything as far as the plumbing goes, starting at the end the throttle body and going backwards, im haveing a case of the mondays.
does the hose go out from the out on the turbo, to the IC, then to the tb?
You will much better off to install the IC and then figure out what you are going to need to finish the install. I tried to plan ahead on mine and I bought some couplers and stuff and I ended up not needing the stuff I got. Atleast get the cooler in place right where you want it and then go from there.
If you need to figure out what bends to get (if you want to do silicone bends) then the airbox to TB hose from 3.0 V6 chryslers works great. You can cut it to shape and 87-88's are 2.5" all the way through. The 89+ neck down right at the throttle body which I use to mount to the turbo and the stock TB. I use them every day on the cold side but they only last about a year on the hot side. But it was great to use as a templete for my custom silicone hoses.
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