Thanks for the input. I will try to retain it if possible, but it was a thought, as I have found my other two manual steering cars to be quite reasonable especially if the caster is set near zero. I guess I'll think-out a pump bracket plan.
I was installing a single large turbo on the passenger side (with all the room after airbox removal), but I really wanted to use one of the smaller twin turbo sets I have. Once I move the battery, the issue with the left (driver's) side is mostly the main fuse box and harness, and the engine damper shock and bracket. That leaves only straight ahead where the PS pump is. I could build a longer angled manifold, but there is little room for bracing, and the shaking 13 pound turbo would crack it quickly or break studs. I could brace to the frame rail but then I'd have to use solid motor mounts.
Anyway, if I can't get a right side PS bracket solution up easily, I'll just revert to the single turbo and call it good. The plumbing would be easier anyway.