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Twin Turbo LSX Powered Bullitt

Heres a couple "spoiler pics" of where my twin turbo Bullitt buildup has taken me. This build started as a Dart 347 as some of you may have seen in my other thread:
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A change of heart and the desire to explore the potential of the LS platform has landed me in this section of the forum. I have replaced the carb'd 347 with a stock bottom end 6.0 (LQ4) with CNC ported LS3 heads, and a turbo cam. The turbos themselves are the same billet Precision 6765's from the other combo. The fuel and ignition is now handled by a Holley Dominator EFI system. If anyone is interested in seeing the build process that got me here, let me know and I'll start posting up pics of the process.






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Beautiful. How much of the Dominator are you using other than what is offered in their HP?

Dart 348ci, Ed Curtis cam/valvetrain, Precision 76mm, Holley Dominator EFI, CNP ignition, tons of Holler EFI small parts, 4"dp, 4R70W w/T-brake, new suspension coming soon.

Little 750rwhp at 6,000rpms and only 10lbs of boost before we just got tired of playing with clutches. New 4R70W and we are turning it up. Expecting 1,000rwhp.
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Vert cool build in one of my favorite stangs available...The true blue bullit.

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Thanks for the kind words guys. Alot of fab work went into this car believe it or not. As far as the Dominator, I wanted a dual channel wideband, and the additional I/O's make adding additional sensors and actuators much easier as future upgrades are added. (I change things around and add things a lot!) In other words, I saw alot of guys that were sorry they didnt spend the extra up front for the Dominator, so I just went with it.

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bad ass set up!!

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I went with the Dominator for the same reason. Gives lots of options and room to grow. I also got the racepak Iq3 dash to go with.
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Looks nice. Keep us posted with your build.
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Thanks for the kind words guys. Alot of fab work went into this car believe it or not. As far as the Dominator, I wanted a dual channel wideband, and the additional I/O's make adding additional sensors and actuators much easier as future upgrades are added. (I change things around and add things a lot!) In other words, I saw alot of guys that were sorry they didnt spend the extra up front for the Dominator, so I just went with it.
That is what I figured. I have been eye'ing a Dominator also for mine. Every time I slip and look at the HP, I want the extra I/Os to monitor every thing all in one.


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whats the power??? and more pics
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sounds good...I was contemplating borrowing your exhaust idea and wanted to get an idea of how it sounds lol

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That was not the best vid. On a cold start it sounds pretty pissed. Its not too loud unless you're in front of a cop, then it seems alot louder, lol.... It sounds very good cruising down the road at rpm. You can hear alot of turbo spool as well. Adding the mufflers reduced my total allowable front suspension travel, but depending on your ride height it may not be an issue. The spoolup sounds were louder without the mufflers as well. You MUST use some kind of shielding with this setup because the tops of the fenders will get so hot you cant touch them. I wanted a compact, lightweight exhaust that did not affect ground clearance, and this setup delivers. I just wanted you to know of the issues I encountered with mine.

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yea im trying to figure out all my options before I make the change. im trying out a race bullet tomorrow to see how it will sound.

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Very nice. You running 100% meth with no intercooler? Any power numbers yet? Check my notch build on here.

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No power numbers yet guys.... I've only been around the block a few times letting the self tune do its thing. I've got a VERY safe tune in it and running 87 octane straight out of the lawnmower. lol..... Did one trans brake launch just to ensure the 2-3 steps and all ecu related inputs/outputs are working. So far its been very smooth. The stall is leftover from my old blower car and its a bit tight for spooling the turbos, but it will still muster 5 lbs at 3700 on the t-brake. The gates have 7 lb. Springs and im actually seeing 10 lbs max. ( no boost control yet) Yes, my intention is to run meth injection, as the Holley ECU has a pretty comprehensive set of features for that. I'll post up some more media ASAP. Thanks guys.

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beautiful swap man, everything look amazing under the hood

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Aaron, When your ready to take it to the track give me a call. I can tow you if you need to.

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Aaron, When your ready to take it to the track give me a call. I can tow you if you need to.
Thanks man! I think I am going to have Willie at DirtyDirty Racing throw it on the rollers before I take it. Thats cool of you to offer, I just might take you up on it.

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Heres a quick video of some test spooling on the trans brake ...... used the Holley datalog along with a RaceRender video overlay to make vid. Its amazing what you can learn from even a few seconds woth of data when you add video and can play it back.
Turbo Mustang spooling on transbrake. RaceRender Video Overlay - YouTube

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Very nice! Willie did a tune on my car as well but nothing where your car is going to be. I'm doing a front dump as well but running out the front bumper. Who does your inspections (if you don't mind me asking)? Ever run it at motor mile? I'm in Radford btw and work in Salem.

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Hey, thanks for the compliment. I always wanted to do a six banger myself since super six and delk were duking it out back in the day. I just finished my car and havent really driven it much so no inspection yet, although I do have connections if I ever need a sticker. I have not run this car anywhere yet, but plan on going to the bridge. I have always wanted to try motor mile but I dont know what tech is like there... I dont have a cage in this car as of yet. Good luck with your front exhaust, I hope it comes out to suit you. I ended up putting bullet mufflers on mine and like it alot.

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Checking back in.... last august i totally blocked the wastegates off and tried a couple hits to log what the boost curve would do totally unimpaired by the gates. My plan was to hit it and let off quickly just to see how fast the boost came on. Well, stupidity took over and in the attempt to impress my son, I stayed in a little too long and seriously overboosted.... 25 lbs arrived almost instantly and at 24 degrees timing and with pump gas, that dont mix well on a 90 degree night, lol... put 2 pistons into the oil pan. I did a "sloppy mechanics" freshening of the bottom end that included 8 used pistons from ebay, reused every gasket, and literally beat one connecting rod back straight in a vise. The only new parts where a set of rings cause some of them where wrapped around the crank. I tossed it back in with the same bearings and all. It started first crank, with 50 lbs oil pressure and is now happily making power again. 11 degrees timing, 91 octane 20 lbs boost (now controlled by the holley) no leaks, no smoke, no overheating. This engine is truly a warrior. I must say that the holley efi made this about as easy as possible as far as tuning, and the almost limitless i/o's have allowed me to monitor and control more things than most could imagine. This has been a very cool experience. And yes, it is VERY fast. I want to return the car to ford power in the future (coyote) and put the lq4 into a pulling vehicle for the car trailer. You gotta admit though, that the LS platform is hard to beat for going fast on the cheap. Later guys!

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