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Old 07-14-2015, 03:40 PM   #1
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Custom turbo kit installed

Teaser pics, still needs downpipe ceramic coated (being dropped off in the morning), tuning on Saturday. I did drive it over to a shop to finish the down pipe (staying out of boost). I put in 5-6 hrs. each day, Sat., Sun. and Mon. to finish it up. Meth bung is welded in and pump is in place. I'm going to wait and install it fully after first dyno tune to get a more accurate measurement of the difference.
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Didnt I just read this somewhere? lol
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Looks awesome!

What size turbo did you go with? and what are your power goals?
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Looks awesome!

What size turbo did you go with? and what are your power goals?
BW S256 T4 footprint, 450-475 whp is the goal since I'm on stock internals.
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Interesting Turbo choice, whats the AR on that turbo?
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Old 07-14-2015, 09:09 PM   #6
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Looks sick! Makes me want to get mine boosted. Too expensive for a poor college student like me though lol.
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I thought your radiator cover was dirty until I looked closer and saw the faces, lol.
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Looks like you have your intake manifold with graphics on it as well. Can you post a pic of it please.
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Old 07-15-2015, 04:46 PM   #9
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So it doesn't matter what brand intercooler, it will always look a bit crooked. I guess that takes fabrication to straighten out.
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Lol its not crooked, its the end tank design purposely built at angles like that for better flow with the one I bought. With the bumper on the IC core is straight across and even with the lower grille opening.
You can buy perfectly square end tanked designed intercoolers.
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Ahh ok
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Hello and where you got the kit for your Pony??
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Old 07-27-2015, 04:15 AM   #13
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Me and Chris Chicoyne both have similar kits that were made by Race Parts Solutions. Chris has a bigger turbo, different intercooler setup, fuel setup. So unless you can convince John at Race Parts Solutions to make you one, there are no more kits available for sale. Sorry.
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