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Old 06-28-2013, 06:19 PM   #141
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AGP Turbo has been around since 2002. They have made a great name for themselves in the import/SRT-4 and diesel market. They have done one-off LSx kits before on numerous applications, but they are just about ready to hit the Fifth Gen Camaro market.

AGP Turbo has already tested numerous in-house kits that they have made, including their own L99 car making almost 700rwhp (Stock heads/cam). We are now working with Kevin and the gang over there for some finalized testing on our 416ci shop car. His kit is absolutely stunning. It does re-use the stock exhaust manifolds, so everything bolts up nice. His cast manifold extensions he fabricates includes the fire ring so that the manifold bolts up properly to the stock piece, unlike most other kits I have seen. The turbos are AGP/Borg Warner's. Their own massive intercooler, and of course all accessories are included. The kit does NOT hang below the frame rail, turbos tuck up nice and the air intake boxes are excellent.

Here is a picture of the motor on display, this does not have the air intake extension box with the air filters routed up to the engine bay like the complete kit does.

Pricing for this kit will be right in line with most other forced induction kits, including tuning & fuel!

Look at the first picture below that is their own fabricated cast piece if you notice the fire ring inside the cast manifold, then the wastegate is hung directly off the cast extension piece.
when i had my SRT4 i had AGP Turbo kit & loved it..

notice turbo is lower then oil pan
does it have electric oil pump to keep oil pumping after shut off car so doesnt pool in turbo?
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Old 06-28-2013, 06:49 PM   #142
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when i had my SRT4 i had AGP Turbo kit & loved it..

notice turbo is lower then oil pan
does it have electric oil pump to keep oil pumping after shut off car so doesnt pool in turbo?

It does pump it back up for 30sec after you shut the car off.
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Old 06-28-2013, 06:55 PM   #143
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It does pump it back up for 30sec after you shut the car off.
Ok cool..
i got go read about it..
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Old 06-28-2013, 07:06 PM   #144
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58mm AGP TURBOS AT ADM DYNO TODAY

So as most know by now we made out first order a few months back
But with a little twist, I ordered 58mm and 62mm turbos
With the kit form we spec from them.

Today I am happy to say that we put 2 of the
58mm turbos on a ADM built 427 with ported
LS3 Heads and small Ls9 cam.

At a modest 14 psi they layed a tire frying
870 rwhp in a 1967 Camaro (yes 67)

Ill post the graph up soon as I'm not near the Dyno.
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Old 06-28-2013, 07:21 PM   #145
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So as most know by now we made out first order a few months back
But with a little twist, I ordered 58mm and 62mm turbos
With the kit form we spec from them.

Today I am happy to say that we put 2 of the
58mm turbos on a ADM built 427 with ported
LS3 Heads and small Ls9 cam.

At a modest 14 psi they layed a tire frying
870 rwhp in a 1967 Camaro (yes 67)

Ill post the graph up soon as I'm not near the Dyno.
wow.. thats nice..
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Old 06-28-2013, 08:17 PM   #146
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Wow I bet that car would be a blast to drive. I'm sure it rides like a stock car out of boost also. 870 Rwhp in a 67 is getting somewhere in a hurry.
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Old 06-28-2013, 08:40 PM   #147
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So as most know by now we made out first order a few months back
But with a little twist, I ordered 58mm and 62mm turbos
With the kit form we spec from them.

Today I am happy to say that we put 2 of the
58mm turbos on a ADM built 427 with ported
LS3 Heads and small Ls9 cam.

At a modest 14 psi they layed a tire frying
870 rwhp in a 1967 Camaro (yes 67)

Ill post the graph up soon as I'm not near the Dyno.
And to think I was bothering you about some other items, you should have told me the numbers there bud. Looking good, ya the "small turbos" on 14psi making over 950HP crank LOL.

Got word on the improperly built motor that we had to pull out of one of the cars getting the AGP here that we should have motor back next week. This is a 376ci forged build on 14psi with the same "small" turbos, so should be a good idea for most of the stock bottom end guys.

Then we'll hit our 417ci with about 25psi with the S256's
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Old 06-28-2013, 10:20 PM   #148
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And to think I was bothering you about some other items, you should have told me the numbers there bud. Looking good, ya the "small turbos" on 14psi making over 950HP crank LOL.

Got word on the improperly built motor that we had to pull out of one of the cars getting the AGP here that we should have motor back next week. This is a 376ci forged build on 14psi with the same "small" turbos, so should be a good idea for most of the stock bottom end guys.

Then we'll hit our 417ci with about 25psi with the S256's

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Old 06-28-2013, 11:22 PM   #149
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Great job Andy. 870rwhp on 14psi sounds about right. Keep turning it up.

You should post driving impressions because when I drove the AGP TT car that was the most impressive thing. Tons of torque everywhere.
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Old 06-29-2013, 01:26 PM   #150
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So as most know by now we made out first order a few months back
But with a little twist, I ordered 58mm and 62mm turbos
With the kit form we spec from them.

Today I am happy to say that we put 2 of the
58mm turbos on a ADM built 427 with ported
LS3 Heads and small Ls9 cam.

At a modest 14 psi they layed a tire frying
870 rwhp in a 1967 Camaro (yes 67)

Ill post the graph up soon as I'm not near the Dyno.


Wow. That's pretty darn impressive for a stock cam. It would probably gain 75-100hp at the same boost with just a cam swap.
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Old 06-29-2013, 06:18 PM   #151
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Been looking at the pic of the kit that was posted.
looks nice.
1 thing that I'm not sure of.Might be a stupid question.
Theirs 2 pieces that looks like scoops or heat shields.Bigger than your hand.Just wanted to make sure what they were.
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Old 06-29-2013, 06:24 PM   #152
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Found a video.

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Old 06-30-2013, 07:38 AM   #153
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Great job Andy. 870rwhp on 14psi sounds about right. Keep turning it up.

You should post driving impressions because when I drove the AGP TT car that was the most impressive thing. Tons of torque everywhere.
Lets just say that these turbos underpromise and overdeliver.

Peak torque is a 4000 rpm and peak power is at 6000rpm

Also we stated at 4 psi boost and slowly built it up to 14 till traction on the dyno became an issue.

At 4 psi it made 550 rwhp and 550 rwtq.

At 6 psi it made 670 rwhp and 668 rwtq

At 10 psi it made 708 rwhp and 714 rwtq

Are you seeing the trend here guys!

The car has a HYPERKONTROL boost controller on it that uses compressed air to control the wastegates and no springs,it also has The Largest TIAL WASGATES you have ever seen to keep boost in check.
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Old 06-30-2013, 07:44 AM   #154
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Hyperkontrol is the way to go. Good to see some street car shops using it.
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