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Post by redvenge99 on Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:44 pm

So i am going to be piecing(?) together my own turbo kit. I'm not going for huge numbers,just a fun dd, and mabye some scca stuff. I would like to be at 250ish to the wheels

So the things i no i need are

1) turbo( suggestions)

2) fpr

3)msd setup

4)fmic

5)controller (have safc now thinking fic later)

6)tubing

7)wally 255

what else do i need i no im forgetting somethings? any suggestions/advice? this isnt going to happen for prob another year but im lining up my ducks now.First i am doing my engine swap in the spring/summer 6g72 from 02+ eclipse, stock can handle 9psi of boost but with pistons it can be pushed much higher.

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Post by cass on Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:58 pm

Injectors exhaust external wastegate setup ill search more for you

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Post by cass on Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:00 pm

Homemadeturbo.com is execelent resource u can and will find everything u could possibly need there

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Post by redvenge99 on Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:09 pm

yeah i didnt put exhaust prob only going with 2 1/2'' mabye 3'' but im going to need some custom fabbed piping from the manis to the turbo.and diddnt put injectors cause the ones from the 3.0 i believe should be good enough(not 100% on that) might go with 360's. and still havent decided externally or internally gated.

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Post by cass on Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:10 pm

Ahh icic u can always find the dsm 450s for cheap

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Post by MARTINI on Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:50 pm

What engine do you have?

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Post by redvenge99 on Thu Nov 17, 2011 9:54 am

Right now i have a 2.5l 6cyl but come spring/summer i will have the 3.06cyl from the 2002+ eclipse,stratus,galant, but like i said the turbo wont come for at least another year or so. I just want to start picking things out and get a good list going.

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Post by Shadow on Thu Nov 17, 2011 11:50 am

id go with a nice t3/t4 turbo. for a big engine like that, you'll have no problem spooling it.

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Post by MARTINI on Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:08 pm

if you take your time and build that engine up to handle it, you could do a Twin Turbo set up like the 3000GT's

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Post by Shadow on Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:10 pm

thats a lot of cash to do though. he might be better off swapping a 3000gt motor in instead

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Post by cass on Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:29 pm

Twin turbo is garabage everyone who builds a car that starts off twin downgrade to a single turbo better power with a single look it up on the supra fourms

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Post by MARTINI on Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:39 pm

that's because Supra's are strait 6 and a single larger turbo would benefit them over a twin set up, but when you have a V6 a TT set up works better, oppose to putting the Turbo down near the collector Y pipe in the exhaust.

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Post by PureAdrenaline on Thu Nov 17, 2011 1:12 pm

Martini is right. If you put them right at the mouth of the manifolds, there is more than enough velocity in a 3.0 to spool a couple of t-3's to high hell. The only thing that would be a must at that point is an mbc to stop you from putting your intake into the stratosphere. Also, if he gets that setup and runs it on a lower boost setting, that would give him time to save to build the motor for higher boost while still having the fun of driving a turbo car. Just be careful not to crank it until your engine can handle it, or you may send a rod into the sewer pipes lol.

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Post by cass on Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:08 pm

Ahh I stand corrected I was assuming it was the same on all platforms btw I got my info when I did all my research when I wanted my is300 and was planning to turbo it

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Post by redvenge99 on Thu Nov 17, 2011 9:03 pm

Like i said i dont want a monster, just want a fun zippy dd car.And from what i have read there isnt much room in the back for a tt setup. Most are doing a single turbo setup running a y from both mannis to the turbo. Not to bad imo. Event the turbo kits that are built for the 3.0 come with a single turbo manni for the front

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Post by MARTINI on Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:11 am

ewwww... not likeing that set up, only one side of your engine will be spinning the turbo, It would work for the #'s your looking for, but if you ever wanted to make it something bigger, that will not work out too well...

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Post by PureAdrenaline on Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:19 am

Yeah, sorry Jimmy. I just got a little excited on the buildup part of it because you were talking engine swap and internals. They have really decent t-3/t-4 hybrids out there which, when regulated with an MBC and a turned down wastegate will give you exactly what you are looking for. It can be run on a dd without much modification and be zippy enough to satisfy. I like the location of the one in the pic you attached, but you would want equal length tubing. If you ran yours like that you have perfect access to the fender for a cold-air drop as well.

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Post by PureAdrenaline on Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:20 am

Haha, apparently, it seems as though me and Martini are on the same wave-length.

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Post by Jont on Fri Nov 18, 2011 4:08 am

-turbo, i recommend a GT35r.
-intercooler, just get an ebay kit (Check the welds around the core!) and you can do it all yourself.
-get a manual boost controller that you can adjust from inside the car.

the things you can need is pretty damn long, but it wont hurt!
-you will need a BOV.
-new fuel filter
-metal head gasket with some ARP head studs
-regap your spark plugs
-larger throttle body
-adjust timing
-also need oil/coolant lines and even oil cooler
-oil catch can wont hurt
-boost gauge, oil pressure gauge, fuel pressure gauge, wideband A/F ratio gauge.
-new fuel rail wouldnt hurt
-turbo timer is a good thing too
-larger radiator w/ quality fan(s)
-get new piston rings

as far as twin vs single turbo they all have there advantages and disadvantages.
the only real things the twin turbo set up has going for it are, you can run a smaller turbo and a larger turbo, the wow factor, and a few technical things that has to do with tuning thats way out of my league to even mention. also twin turbos take up a lot of space and cause a lot of heat. but just remember, more moving parts = more things that can break = more $$$$$
a reason why most Supras go from 2 turbos to 1 turbo is they usually drag race them. when you do that, you dont launch at 2,000rpm. you start out a lot higher than that which is in boost. so there is no need for that second turbo in the low end.
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Post by cass on Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:25 pm

T25 to start then go from there

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Post by PureAdrenaline on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:26 am

yeah that

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Post by redvenge99 on Sun Dec 04, 2011 11:26 pm

well i sat down and did some more reasearch and i think i have finally decided what route im going.. but here is my turbo list all and any input is appreciated:

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fpr

turbo (t25 for now)

fmic

head gasket

mbc

bov

wideband

boost guage

oil pressure guage

fuel pressure guage

catch can

6g74 throttle body

6g74 intake plenum

255lph pump

fuel pump rewire mod

oil lines

fuel lines

f/ic

fuel rails from 95-96 avenger/sebring(have return)

intercooler piping

2.5'' exhaust

Am i missing anything? Comments

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Post by MARTINI on Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:09 am

Just get a 16G turbo, you can turn it up or down depending on what you want to do, but upgrading from a T25 to a 16G (which is where you'll end up) is a pain... Max boost off a T25 is 17psi and you'll blow it running at 15/17 constantly, if you run a 16G at low rage (8-10psi) you will never have to worry about that turbo failing on you, then when you want to turn it up to 25 you can...

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Post by redvenge99 on Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:53 pm

Very true my good man, I was trying to limit myself with the t25,cause i no once i put it on im going to want to push it, then bang boom pow, hey is that my rod hanging from that tree...lol

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Post by Shadow on Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:55 pm

brush up on your welding skills bro. your gonna need to tap the oil pan for a return. also check into some decent size injectors

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Post by redvenge99 on Mon Dec 05, 2011 9:00 pm

that reminds me i need a new oil pan also... and i have yet to decide on injectors... thinking the ones from the 3000 gt n/a but i havent really looked into it that much...

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Post by tomm401 on Thu Dec 08, 2011 5:44 am

we have a potential boost junkie on our hands!!!!!

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Post by redvenge99 on Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:41 am

Me, naaaa, not me...lol whats good man long time no type

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