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Turbo build up

Heres a link to my turbo build up. I couldn't figure out how to post pics here.
It's a DSS 306, AFR 185, stock cam, 60-1 turbo, exc. Looking for 450rwhp.

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Is that a Treadstone/Vecco single hot kit with the 4 bolt on-center mount?

Looks very clean, how far along are you?


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Is that a Treadstone/Vecco single hot kit with the 4 bolt on-center mount?

Looks very clean, how far along are you?
x2 looks like my Vecco kit, clean as hell though! Thumbs up on the clean car! But 450rwhp is going to be easy out of that setup....im shooting for 475rwhp in the next week when i raise my boost to 12lbs with a 63-1 and gt40 heads cobra intake and stock cam

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Clean coupe.

Doing a Turbo build up myself for my brother in laws 93GT.

how did you get aerom reg mounted ?

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Clean coupe.

Doing a Turbo build up myself for my brother in laws 93GT.

how did you get aerom reg mounted ?
Im wondering the same thing and how you got all your fuel lines ran from the tank to the reg then to the rail and did you do a return??
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very nice! goodluck

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Clean coupe.

Doing a Turbo build up myself for my brother in laws 93GT.

how did you get aerom reg mounted ?
Thanks guys! I made an aluim bracket and mounted the reg off the water pump.
I ran 8an out of the tank up along the driver side then I split it behide the engine to feed both fuel rails. then from the rails to the reg and then a 6an return back to the tank.

Yes its the vecco hot side.
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An extremely nice setup you have there, my man. Good work.

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That is a super-nice install. Quality parts and quality workmanship. Some will not even see the extreme attention to detail you put in. Very nice work. Keep us updated.


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nice ride bro. which intake are you going with?

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nice ride bro. which intake are you going with?
I went with a Hogans upper and TFS R lower.



Heres a pic of my home made oil catch can setup. No longer running a PCV
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What kind of ends are you using for the coolant passages to the heater core? I'm particularly interested in what you used on the rubber hose ends.

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What kind of ends are you using for the coolant passages to the heater core? I'm particularly interested in what you used on the rubber hose ends.
8an to barb for the smaller heat hose and 10an to barb for the larger hose
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damn they make a nice intake. how much did that run you?

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New there 950. I got this one off Ebay for 800 with only dyno time.
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damn! ill stick with a trickflow R upper and lower or something similar

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If your turbo'd a good aftermarket intake is the edelbrock victor jr.
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edit: NM

Car looks great, I hope that stock block stays together.

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If your turbo'd a good aftermarket intake is the edelbrock victor jr.
you mean the victor 5.0 efi intake?

thats what i was thinking about running. ive used it before on my last stroker setup. niiiice intake

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you mean the victor 5.0 efi intake?

thats what i was thinking about running. ive used it before on my last stroker setup. niiiice intake
Yeah, thats the one. They have so many I get confussed sometimes.
I also hope the block stay in one peice. My luck it will self destruct on start-up
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more progress

Since my intake is flipped I had to re-wire the inj harness and throttle linkage. My friend made me the cable guide that I bolted to thebottom of the TB. Notice no more TB gaskets. Plate is o-ringed on both sides. Pretty happy how it all turned out. Should have more progress tom.




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I'm totally down with the o-ring idea. Excellent thinking.

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U are running 42lb injctors?

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That is one nice ride. I give you an A+ for how clean it looks and taking your time to do it right. I think I am a little jealous

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Thanks guys! It's been over 3 years and I cant stand looking at it apart anymore so it needs to get done this spring. I'm going to try the 42's out I figured if my L made over 450hp on them safely then they should be ok on this setup.
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thats one sweet setup you've got there. keep up the good work

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I was wondering what you used on the hard line side?

Oh and, the car is sick man. Very inspiring.
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I was wondering what you used on the hard line side?

Oh and, the car is sick man. Very inspiring.
I used 1/2 rolled aluim from summit. Then got tube sleves to connect to the an fittings.

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got ya. cool. thanks for the help.
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more updates

Got a little bit more done. Installed my be cool rad with flex-a-lite fan. I made brackets for the fan and rad hold down. Welded in a bung into the rad for the coolant sender for the fan. Also relocated my intake temp sensor to the intake pipe. Hope to have her running sumtime in April. Heres a few pics.




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just noticed the placement of your filter element. just curious as to why you didn’t put it in the fender or some other place outside of the engine bay? i would think with the amount of heat you are going to be producing in the engine bay you would want it to get the coldest air it could. i understand the air will be getting forced into an intercooler but i would think the colder the initial air intake charge, the colder the air would already be that the intercooler would have to work with. Just curious.

Again, your car makes me sick.
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just noticed the placement of your filter element. just curious as to why you didn’t put it in the fender or some other place outside of the engine bay?
I wanted to but where the turbo sits there isn't enough room to run a pipe down . I did cut/hollow out a old stock light to use when I'm at the track to try and ram cool air in. I hope the intercooler cools well lol. Thanks for the comments!
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