I am putting a pair of precision turbo 6265's on my LS2 in my '71 Camaro. I am using '07 Corvette manifolds, turned upside down, and am making all my own plumbing. I started by making some stands for the turbos which bolt to the oil drain flanges on the centre section of the turbo. I bolted angle brackets onto the front subframe of the car under where the turbos would/should sit. I used visegrips to clamp the turbo stand to the base and when I found the sweet spot I tack welded them in place. The hardest thing about this is figuring out where everything goes. You have to deal with oil feed/return lines, hot pipe in/out, wastegate, and cold pipe in/out. On top of this, the hot parts are very hot, so care must be taken as to their location. Away from painted areas, hoses, brake lines, power steering, etc. This step takes forever, but more time here means less time re-doing it because something doesnt fit later. I first mocked this all up with a running motor in place. That way I didn't forget about anything that might get in the way later. Got some work done today on the turbo to manifold pipes. I am using schedule 10 2.5" stainless steel pipe for these. As always a big thanks goes out to Mike and Ryan at Custom Metalcraft. Turbos mocked up, passenger side was the more difficult side, so did that first. Some various pics of the process. I did all the mock up with the springs removed from the front suspension, and the wheels on and jacked up to bottomed out with the wheel turned both ways to be sure there would be no clearance issues later. I will be making my own inner fenders. I also continually checked the clearance to the hood.