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New turbo kit for the shop car

Old 07-01-2010, 08:46 PM
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New turbo kit for the shop car

While waiting for stainless pipe for a customer's build, I started building a new kit for the shop car. It will consist of the following:

Custom 1.75" primary tube headers
2.5" merge w/ 3" DP
PT76GTS
50Rmm JGS wastegate
60mm JGS BOV
4" IC
3" Black powder coated pipes

Kit will be finished around the stock K

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Old 07-02-2010, 07:50 AM
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The primary tube on the driver's side is that high so I can do plug changes from the top
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Old 07-03-2010, 06:17 PM
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Did some more work:



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Old 07-03-2010, 06:41 PM
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what kind of power do you think it will make with those headers???
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Old 07-03-2010, 06:45 PM
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Should support 1000rwhp no problem with the right turbo. i am running a T76, so it should max out somewhere around 850-900rwhp.
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Just spoke with Lloyd Elliott. He is going to work over some TFS heads/intake for me.
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Which heads is he going to work over for you? The new 21 deg or the ones made for a stroker/boost/nitrous car?
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Oh man, you're killing me with all these pics looks wicked. I really like the higher primary driver side tube for plug access. Great idea
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Which heads is he going to work over for you? The new 21 deg or the ones made for a stroker/boost/nitrous car?
The old version.
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Originally Posted by KyleW93z View Post
Oh man, you're killing me with all these pics looks wicked. I really like the higher primary driver side tube for plug access. Great idea
Thanks man. The tube may look funny outside the car, but it looks normal in the car and plug access is important!
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Yes plug access is very important! Looks good!
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Old 07-26-2010, 07:47 AM
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Thanks guys!

Got a quote from Jet Hot... $680 to coat my hotparts! I also got a quote from another vendor... $275
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Update:

OFI radiator installed
Catch can relocated
Painted engine bay (rattle canned)
Cleaning up engine bay wiring
Fabbed up cold side piping (all except for 4" air filter pipe)

Making progress... pics to come.
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