Looks like there would be enough room at the front for a small turbo (though you may have to use a slimmer fan), dunno about the back. If its like pretty much any other longitudanal FF motor then the firewall is gonna be awfully close. Packaging for the I/C piping is tight unless you were to relocate the battery and lose the A/C. A custom FMIC that has 2 inlets on the passenger side and the exit on the drivers side running up to the TB would be the best solution I can come up with. Or, top mount with 2 inlets but that would necessitate cutting a bigass hole in the hood.
Thats the best that I can come up with. It would be so much easier if the cam was rwd.
AC shouldn't be a prob, stock hydraulic fan could be used, and nothing should be sacrificed. There seems to be plenty of room to route the IC piping, but I bet things would get tricky to be plumbing both cylinders to power the turbo.
Of course, I would dream of a setup like that... and today is my lucky day 8)
Damn, ran out of bandwidth... well, here are some teaser pics
I haven't add up the total of the complete project, but they are mainly parts and piping. I installed and designed the whole install myself, and I had a professional welder to piece together my "spot-welded" piping The intercooler core was custom made and so were the endtanks, but the piping for the intercooler was done myself as well. If you plan to get a shop to do all this work for you, you are probably looking at $8000+ CAD because I have spent months on this project.