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Old 11-12-2009, 12:12 AM   #1
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Custom Single turbo kit hits 724/770

Well After breaking the trans out out shaft and selling the Procharger and all the parts I was going to sell the car. After getting it back from getting the trans fixed I remember how much I like the car. So I decided to build a single turbo kit for it. Started it on Monday and now it is in finally going back together. I just need to complete the fuel system for it tomorrow and get it on the rollers.
My goal is 700rwhp and 700rwtq on 10 psi. I dont mean a torque spike like fast lane (no offence) and power falling rapidly after 5000rpm. It will come on fast and hard and last all the way to redline. I have built many turbo kits and looked around to see whats avalible and nothing I've seen is worth buying. My kit and fuel system will make a 1000rwhp with a built motor witch is coming soon(Next week). I will post up final install picks and Dyno Graph's as soon as it gets off the rollers.

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Old 11-12-2009, 12:37 AM   #2
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Well After breaking the trans out out shaft and selling the Procharger and all the parts I was going to sell the car. After getting it back from getting the trans fixed I remember how much I like the car. So I decided to build a single turbo kit for it. Started it on Monday and now it is in finally going back together. I just need to complete the fuel system for it tomorrow and get it on the rollers.
My goal is 700rwhp and 700rwtq on 10 psi. I dont mean a torque spike like fast lane (no offence) and power falling rapidly after 5000rpm. It will come on fast and hard and last all the way to redline. I have built many turbo kits and looked around to see whats avalible and nothing I've seen is worth buying. My kit and fuel system will make a 1000rwhp with a built motor witch is coming soon(Next week). I will post up final install picks and Dyno Graph's as soon as it gets off the rollers.

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Old 11-12-2009, 12:42 AM   #3
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You should upgrade to a FAST 102R + TB. What injectors are you running currently? Let me know if we can help you get some more hard parts to complete your build.
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Old 11-12-2009, 07:43 AM   #4
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Badass! I can't wait to see it in person
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Old 11-12-2009, 04:44 PM   #5
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I used that exact same intercooler and saw fantastic results. Saw barely one pound pressure drop @ 16psi and the IATs didnt climb HALF as fast as the Pro-Charger piece that came with the kit.

P.S. Interested in what you are doing for a fuel system ....
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Old 11-12-2009, 05:40 PM   #6
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Very nice build.
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Old 11-12-2009, 07:58 PM   #7
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Thanks for the tips but I have the turbo stuff locked down. I use this intercooler alot and in the Las Vegas heat (110*) my intake temps on a full pass only go to the 130-135 range. Pressure drop is very minimal with this as well. My Procharger would climb to 235 at the end of a pass. As far as the turbo being to large, I dont think so. This exact turbo on my LS3 in my 69 GMC spooled faster than a Maggie and never stopped making power. I have built ALOT of turbo cars and all run perfect. I currently own 4 turbo cars built by my self and I hate lazy turbo's and ones that weez out. We will know on saturday, it's going to the rollers.
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Old 11-12-2009, 08:20 PM   #8
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Thanks for the tips but I have the turbo stuff locked down. I use this intercooler alot and in the Las Vegas heat (110*) my intake temps on a full pass only go to the 130-135 range. Pressure drop is very minimal with this as well. My Procharger would climb to 235 at the end of a pass. As far as the turbo being to large, I dont think so. This exact turbo on my LS3 in my 69 GMC spooled faster than a Maggie and never stopped making power. I have built ALOT of turbo cars and all run perfect. I currently own 4 turbo cars built by my self and I hate lazy turbo's and ones that weez out. We will know on saturday, it's going to the rollers.

Sounds like you know your stuff...good luck !
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Old 11-12-2009, 10:59 PM   #9
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Old 11-13-2009, 02:56 PM   #10
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fuel system

So that resevoir tank is sealed right? (It is under 58psi at all times in theory)
The stock pump feeds in the top, the bottom line feeds the secondary pump and the middle line is the return from the regulator? I'm guessing that tank holds a gallon or so?

Nice job!

I saw the black LMR car in Memphis and he had something similar. It was an aluminum tank in the trunk feeding a Magna-Fuel 750 ... same principal I believe.
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Old 11-13-2009, 04:38 PM   #11
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It is good to actually see someone build and install there own turbo kit. That seems kind of rare on this site. What did you use for manifolds? Did you custom make them or is there some aftermarket ones out there?
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Old 11-14-2009, 03:09 AM   #12
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So that resevoir tank is sealed right? (It is under 58psi at all times in theory)
The stock pump feeds in the top, the bottom line feeds the secondary pump and the middle line is the return from the regulator? I'm guessing that tank holds a gallon or so?

Nice job!

I saw the black LMR car in Memphis and he had something similar. It was an aluminum tank in the trunk feeding a Magna-Fuel 750 ... same principal I believe.
Actually the bottom feeds the A1000 the center is from the factory pump and the top Y in with the return. The return then goes back to the stock tank. This way the 1 gallon cell isn't under pressure.
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Old 11-14-2009, 03:12 AM   #13
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It is good to actually see someone build and install there own turbo kit. That seems kind of rare on this site. What did you use for manifolds? Did you custom make them or is there some aftermarket ones out there?
The passenger side is the stock manifold witch feeds to the back of the custom made drivers side. This system works good and helps spool the turbo alot faster. Works very well up to 1000rwhp, maybe more.
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Old 11-15-2009, 02:15 AM   #14
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There is the dyno graph on 10psi 14* of timing (safe) 10.40 afr and no large spikes. (Worlds most powerful LS3 Camaro) built in a small garage. Also if any one wants a kit built pm me for pricing. Build time is less than a week from start to finish tuned out the door.
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Old 11-15-2009, 02:31 AM   #15
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Here are some pics of some recent builds on my 69 GMC with LS3 and my 69 Chevelle with LSX 434. Also have done alot of mustangs and so on.
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Old 11-15-2009, 10:51 AM   #16
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Nice work! I saw the 2010 Camaro on the dyno with my own eyes. And let me tell you it's one badass machine. Awesome work turboed2000
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Very impressive. Have any video of your car running? Was that with cats/exaust or everything deleted?

How is this setup for "lag" or spooling?

What intercooler is that?
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Old 11-15-2009, 12:20 PM   #18
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Very impressive. Have any video of your car running? Was that with cats/exaust or everything deleted?

How is this setup for "lag" or spooling?

What intercooler is that?
I don't have a video we forgot to turn it on. Will get some soon. No cats full 3" Borla. No lag turbo comes right on the minute you put your foot down. This is a Ebay intercooler from Intercoolersrus. I have tried all types and found these work better than those over priced expensive one's. IAT's were 80* at the end of 2 back to back pulls. With my Pro Charger kit and there intercooler it was at 195* at the end of 2 pulls and 235* at the end of a 1/4 mile pass.
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Old 11-15-2009, 12:23 PM   #19
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Nice to meet you Eric and thanks for the pizza.
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I don't have a video we forgot to turn it on. Will get some soon. No cats full 3" Borla. No lag turbo comes right on the minute you put your foot down. This is a Ebay intercooler from Intercoolersrus. I have tried all types and found these work better than those over priced expensive one's. IAT's were 80* at the end of 2 back to back pulls. With my Pro Charger kit and there intercooler it was at 195* at the end of 2 pulls and 235* at the end of a 1/4 mile pass.
WOW!!! NICE, guess this intercooler should even help out my Procharger then.... Safe to say I could probably run 1-2 pounds more boost or a little more timing with this intercooler versus the stock Procharger cooler
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Very impressive. Have any video of your car running? Was that with cats/exaust or everything deleted?

How is this setup for "lag" or spooling?

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I don't have a video we forgot to turn it on. Will get some soon. No cats full 3" Borla. No lag turbo comes right on the minute you put your foot down. This is a Ebay intercooler from Intercoolersrus. I have tried all types and found these work better than those over priced expensive one's. IAT's were 80* at the end of 2 back to back pulls. With my Pro Charger kit and there intercooler it was at 195* at the end of 2 pulls and 235* at the end of a 1/4 mile pass.

Yeah I would love to see a video of this to.
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Actually the bottom feeds the A1000 the center is from the factory pump and the top Y in with the return. The return then goes back to the stock tank. This way the 1 gallon cell isn't under pressure.
Let me see If I get this straight, Your In tank pump is running full blast with no pressure, so does it Not set a code or will it burn up the FPDM.

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Let me see If I get this straight, Your In tank pump is running full blast with no pressure, so does it Not set a code or will it burn up the FPDM.

BTW, Nice Work.

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The intank doesn't run full blast. Partially because of the tune and also that you install the fuel pressure sensor and extend the wires to the new regulator making it think it has pressure.
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