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it looks ok so far
 

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That intercooler looks familiar jejejeje

Nice work.
 

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Jim likes it because the wires are a mess like his. JK.
[histerical] lol..... It's not done yet though as you can see in the picture but hopefully really soon so i can post up more pics.[^]
 

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Nice. I see your doing the PVC system. Are you going to do the CFM intake manifold?

well i've been looking around and even though the intake manifold doesn't have velocity stacks im most likely getting the one from c-f-m.
 

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Jim likes it because the wires are a mess like his. JK.
hahahah thanks james but there getting cleaned up. but ya looks pretty good what size turbo ik its a spa turbo
 

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What trim is the turbo? And how much boost are you planning to run? 400Hp isnt unrealistic, im assuming you have aftermarket internals?


it's a gt3076r with a 68 in the back, i'm planning to boost what ever it takes to get to 400 , and yes aftermarket internals.
 

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I see you tapped the windage tray for oil return, how complicated or hard was the install? how did you manage to keep the oil shavings out of the crank? Thats similar to what I was planning on doing for my oil return, rather than messing with the pan.
 

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I see you tapped the windage tray for oil return, how complicated or hard was the install? how did you manage to keep the oil shavings out of the crank? Thats similar to what I was planning on doing for my oil return, rather than messing with the pan.

at the beginning it was pretty easy for me and my husband because the motor was apart but then how he did it was, he drilled it and tapped it. and then put teflon on the fitting and tighten the fitting, before i had it in the oil pan, he welded it and everything but it would leak over time. but i think it could be done with the motor built but you have to be extra careful.[wrenchin]
 

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i have done the tap for the windage tray with the engine in the car. just take the oil pan off and you will be able to get to back of the whole. just grease the tap and it will catch most of the metal shavings. then just look and make sure the rest are cleaned out. the biggest problem with doing it is having a drill that will fit between the rad and the motor.
 

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it's a gt3076r with a 68 in the back, i'm planning to boost what ever it takes to get to 400 , and yes aftermarket internals.
Good luck... your going to need it with the Gt3076r.... and YES I'm speaking from experience.
 
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