This kind of build raises a lot of questions, like "does it go down the drag strip 10 mph slower than it should, with the left blinker on the whole time?" However, if you've ever wanted to experience lag and heat soak in close frequency, here's your education. The intake, intercooler, and the 70mm no-name turbo itself are tucked behind whole square yards of plastic comprising the front bumper. Bet you'll think differently about those meshed, wide-mouth aftermarket bumpers hanging off of turbo Civics.
Watching the QuickRev video below sounds a bit like a Southern Baptist revival: "Gawwddd." "Jesus!" and "That's a terrible burnout, Mark." Yeah Mark, get it together. But if you (or Mark) want a better burnout from another crest-and-wreath comfort cruiser, and you don't mind giving up a few hundred horses, take your 15 grand and get an STS-V instead. Turning 11s in the quarter mile doesn't require nearly this much fabrication, and you still don't have to learn how to shift your own gears.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.