Your pics don't work for me. Can you load into " iforce" ?
But disregarding the lack of pics, you've got to start off with a pair of turbos....the ones you're going to use.
Need a pair of 3 bolt flanges to fit the manifolds and a pair of 4 bolt flanges to fit the turbos,then got to join the 2 together with pipe, plenty of flanges on TM but you won't find the 3 bolt ones. I've got some I cut off the front ex mani, best to use a pair of rear manifolds for the job, gives more wiggle room on the front turbo.
That's the starting point. Also need a spare engine to cobble it all together on.
That's just the manifold to hot side adaptor.
Then you've got to think about the hot side outlet to the exhaust pipe.
For that you really need a pair of TDO4s bolted up to the engine, all stock, the original outlets all the way to the downpipe with 2 into 1 all the way back to the transfer case. That part all has to stay in place without moving (if it moves then something won't fit like the driveshaft to the back hitting the zorst pipe), Then you just remove one TDO4, fit the adaptor and new turbo, make the outlet pipe to bridge the gap. Re use the flange off the TDO4 outlet (to downpipe), use a new flange to fit the outlet of the new turbo.then repeat with the other turbo.
Then you move on to the cold side outlet, cold side inlet, oil feed and oil drain.
I'll be doing more myself soon, was looking at some cheap T3/ T4s on TM, internal WGs make it easier and cheaper.https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listin ... 2358990429
Can't really go wrong at the price?
For that price why would anyone waste time and effort messing with sooby turbos to fit like stock.
Prior planning prevents piss poor performance.