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kinda wouldn't want a CAI on that car... :eek:

 

Imagine how well a intercooler would work at aeroplane speeds... :slobber:

 

And of cause, cam chains FTW

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kinda wouldn't want a CAI on that car... :eek:

 

Imagine how well a intercooler would work at aeroplane speeds... :slobber:

 

And of cause, cam chains FTW

 

Intercooling on a plane is a doable idea,but on something that is drawing in that much air you might get some icing on the TB.I have heard of "overcooling" before on high preformance aircraft.

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Intercooling on a plane is a doable idea,but on something that is drawing in that much air you might get some icing on the TB.I have heard of "overcooling" before on high preformance aircraft.
Then you just need to make more boosts to melt the ice... :banana:

 

I kiid I kiid.

 

*fanticises*

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from the look of the ehaust to the turbo

it has atleast run?

 

The exhaust running acorss the top of the

back of the engine must cook the oil cooler.

 

What is seen through the windsceen?

Is this just a front clip with doors?

 

ru6cyl.jpg

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from the look of the ehaust to the turbo

it has atleast run?

 

The exhaust running acorss the top of the

back of the engine must cook the oil cooler.

 

What is seen through the windsceen?

Is this just a front clip with doors?

 

ru6cyl.jpg

 

looks like a completly stripped floor pan.

 

nipper

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This buildup has been well documented over on nasioc. It is a LONG thread, and it has started/ran, but he is still chasing down gremlins. It has been on hold due to his being in school, without direct access to the car.

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I think you're right, Skip.. and look at the custom radiator support / intercooler bracketry.. that front clip is probably just for a test fit...

 

from the look of the ehaust to the turbo

it has atleast run?

 

The exhaust running acorss the top of the

back of the engine must cook the oil cooler.

 

What is seen through the windsceen?

Is this just a front clip with doors?

 

ru6cyl.jpg

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Turbonetics is just the shop that did the work on the Garret turbo(s).

The dude says its a garret turbo but the tag looks to say "Turbonetics"

 

t31.jpg

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Those are some pretty huge turbos. Usally one turbo is small and opne is a bit bigger. but wow thiose two are pretty damn big

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Those are some pretty huge turbos. Usally one turbo is small and opne is a bit bigger. but wow thiose two are pretty damn big

 

lots and lots of lag i imagine

 

nipper

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Oh yeah I bet. Usally a small turbo for low rev and big turbo for high revs. but oh well what ever floats ur boat

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Those are some pretty huge turbos. Usally one turbo is small and opne is a bit bigger. but wow thiose two are pretty damn big
uhhhh T3's arent what you'd call huge, and there are different types of TT setups that eg33 one being parallel.

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T3 isn't all that big. Two of them might be slight overkill and they will have some lag time being bigger than req'd. I'm using one of those for my single turbo ER27. There are actually two sizes of the T3 and I'm using the larger where I'm guessing they're using the smaller to reduce lag. Man, that intake was pretty sweet. Helps me for fabbing mine. Now all I have to do is find those injector boss'. :headbang:

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