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post #11 of 190 Old 01-06-2014, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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I wanted to use the rb racing for my meth kit to but at the time they had not produced their up dated setup yet n wernt selling r they selling the kits now or you jus know how to get hands on same parts they would use? Wut type of power u gonna get at 5 psi with turbo



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Hrm, that's interesting news. I haven't called them yet... was going to hit them up after tax time. We'll see on that one I guess. :) Worse come to worse, I'll mix up some goddamned rocket fuel to run it until I can engineer a proper AI system.

Power? Who knows? :) At 16 psi I've seen figures around the 300whp mark on most dyno's for 2nd gens. Assuming a baseline of 150whp, you could guesstimate 200ish @ 5 psi, 250 at 10psi, and 300 at 16psi. Those are just rough guesstimates, but it's good enough to plan for supporting mods.

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sub'd im in a slow process built as well. TURBO AS A LIFESTYLE CHOICE!! im in planning stages on my remote oil filter and am thinking of doing a remote oil to water oil cooler too.

also wheres the supercharger going?

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sub'd im in a slow process built as well. TURBO AS A LIFESTYLE CHOICE!! im in planning stages on my remote oil filter and am thinking of doing a remote oil to water oil cooler too.

also wheres the supercharger going?
Turbocharging is an addiction... it makes a crack habit feel like a mild craving for something salty.

I'm not going to run the oil cooler. Between it being remote, away from the header, exposed to good airflow, and using good sythetic oil I think it will be ok. Time will tell.

The supercharger will sit in my garage until I can find something fun to put that on or someone offers me a fair amount of money for it.

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what size an fittings are you using on the oil lines to filter?
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All of the oil lines to the filter are -8AN. The oil feed to the turbo is -3AN, and I'll most likely use -6AN for the oil drain.

Fairing went out for paint & airbrush work last week (should be -awesome- looking, heehe), and about half the manifold is mocked up at this point. My buddy wants to try a few tricks welding this one, and I'm waiting on him to get back in town this week. He's a -much- better welder than I am, so I'm game to let him have a go at it. :)

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Getting closer... hopefully it'll go off for coating this week :) I'm debating getting the turbine housing done as well.
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I cant wait to see this when its done, your not the only baller on a budget

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That 4-1 merge isnt looking so promising. It would have been more beneficial to initially focus on the merge then work your way toward the individual flanges.

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We'll see. But I already know the finished product works really, really well..... did it once on my concours already. ;) But I'll happily post datalogs on boost vs rpm and such once I get there.

But with that said, there is a space constraint to work in here. With the turbo being high enough to gravity drain AND leave the stock radiator in the stock position, I pretty much have to do it this way. Other people may have an easier time doing in from the bottom up, but this turns out pretty nice in the end. :) I know it looks rough there, but the finished pieces will fit better. It's really, really hard to get 4 1.25" pimaries to collect in a straight line into a t-25 flange. lay it out an you'll see what I mean. :)

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Good design here for your next header endeavor.

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