There are a few twin turbo cars on here. PM me with your email and I will send you some pics of mine. They are likely disappeared from the engine bay post since the corral nixed its photo gallery.
My setup uses flipped stock shorties that bring the cold side of the turbos into the fenderwells. The exhaust down pipe is on the inside towards the engine and goes under the shorties.
I am starting a second generation setup that puts the air filter side facing forwards with the turbos much closer to the collector on the headers. After about 5 years of running, my original setup got some stress cracks in the top of the pipe from the headers to the turbos. Part of that is the mild steel aluminized pipe that I used to build it. Version 2.0, will be stainless. We shall see how hard that is to work with.
My own custom build,Ford racing Boss block with DSS 331 stroker kit,Ford racing Z heads, F cam, twin 57 trims, SVT Contour fan,Full 3'' exhaust. This is on a car we finished a 2 year build on in July, 1984 ttop coupe.
Hi guys. I'm building my first turbo car. My intent is to turbo a bone stock '94 GT minus emissions equipment. I'll be installing a larger in take pump, blow thru MAF and 80lb injectors. I've read and heard that I should run head studs and better valve springs in the E7 heads. I've also read...
Hey everyone i have a question, hopefully someone here might have the answer.
So right now i have a 1990 lx with a 331 forged internals with a stock block, edelbrock performer rpm heads, vortech v1 S trim 8lbs boost. Fuel sys consists of 42 lb inj, Ford lighting mass air, 255 walbro intank...
can someone please post up some good pics of the on3 downpipe for a fox body with a 351 in it.
i have to make one and would like to see how it flairs from 3 - 3.5 inches and the firewall area.
thanks in advance
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