I was just reading jpvm's christmas list. It reminded me of a Master Plan i cooked up a while back for supercharging and upgrading to TPI fuel injection, my 87 pathfinder with junkyard parts and a paxton (centrifugal) blower. Pretty pie in the sky for me right now, but i have no doubt it would work. The Master Plan requires parts from two cars: 1st gen 300zx turbo, and 87-88 V6 200SX. from the 300ZXT, get the complete fuel injection system and maybe the low-compression pistons. From the 200SX get the upper and lower intake manifolds. These, unlike the Z intake, will fit without hacking the firewall and flow better because they dont have to fit under a Z's hood. the Throttle body outlet is perpendicular to vehicle centerline facing the drivers side. Add a gentle 90 deg elbow to a Paxton mounted where the A/C is and the plumbing is nice and simple. The turbo ECU has the fuel maps to handle up to around 8 psi, good for about 220hp on a ZXT (accrording to the ZX guys). I have a picture of a Turboed pathfinder using a zxt motor and custom plumbing. ill try to dig it up for you guys... the engine bay is a joke its so crowded. OH something else, ditch the ZXT throttle body and use a 60mm unit from a 89-90 240sx, its supposed to help throttle response. Biggest problem i see is finding a V6 200SX, they were only made for two years, so theyre kinda rare.