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Mustangman570

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  1. I'll be doing a full build. Forged pistons, rods, ported head, vale springs, ARP head and main studs. I'm getting the car running with a turbo on an NA motor just to get the bugs worked out, then dropping in the built motor. I'll be using 93 octane around town and E85 on track days. I'll be using 1000cc fuel injectors, 3 in tank 400lph fuel pumps with the necessary fuel lines, and fuel rail. I just don't know what size turbo will get me to my goal.
  2. I'm shooting for 700-800hp, what turbo would the FordXR6Turbo Forum recommend to get me there?
  3. Several reasons. 1. I don't like the 2 hard 90 degree turns these adapters require. Hard 90 degree turns hurt air speed. It probably won't effect rear wheel HP, but every little helps. 2. I don't like the way it looks. 3. Cost, I see the relocation kit sell for $350+shipping. Shipping it to America means it will be almost $500 for a relocation kit that I don't like. Flipping the TB only cost me an hour and a half. 4. Curiosity and boredom. I have been wondering if flipping the TB would work. I had free time so I decided to give it a shot. The cheapest FG intake I found was $500+shipping. So its over $600 by the time its shipped to me here in America. I'll be porting the hell out of this intake and eliminating the flappers. I'll probably end up making a forward facing intake similar to the PlazmaMan or an RB26 with the front facing TB. I mainly did this out of curiosity. I want to see what I can do with the stock intake.
  4. Thank you! I was getting mad haha. It's holding up fine. I remote mounted the pimp under my car port. I was afraid of the rain damaging the motor/pump or get water in the hydraulic reservoir.
  5. I was literally just watching this when I got the notification of a comment on this thread. Great minds think alike haha. Thanks
  6. I'll be porting the hell out of this intake and eliminating the flappers. I'll probably end up making a forward facing intake similar to the PlazmaMan or an RB26 with the front facing TB. I mainly did this out of curiosity. I want to see what I can do with the stock intake.
  7. Thanks. They are Enkies, I'm not sure what model.
  8. A quick pic of the test cut of my Barra to Mod Motor adapter plate. Also some pic of my new rims and one of my son caught in the act of stealing one of the rims.
  9. American here! I have a few Barra questions.

    I just sent you a message on here. If for some reason you don't get it you can contact me through this facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NievesSpeedShop/?modal=admin_todo_tour
  10. http://collinsadapters.com/index.php/lsx-350z-swap-kit.html This company makes an adapter to make a CD009 accept a T56 bellhousing. Use this adapter plate on the transmission then you will be able to use a factor Barra T56 bellhousing.
  11. If it were easier to import these engines Australia would soon have a shortage. But given the hurdles required to jump just to get them here is a big turn off to a lot of people.


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