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  1. The springs should have a colour painted at one or both ends, that designates what psi it's rated too. Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  2. Depends on the power you're after. The standard FG turbo manifold is fine for most builds, I think there's a few 1000hp fgs with the stock intake manifold. If you're going for more than a 1000hp then it would be worth the upgrade. Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  3. A little help... Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  4. Moved house last week, new house has a bar/recreation room and a workshop attached to the garage. Pretty neat setup [emoji846] Also picked up a trailer for drag week next year for $180, done bearings and changed the wheel hubs to suit Ford wheels. Got rid of the rust and gave her a paint job. Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  5. Glide drives nicely too when you've got a good converter to suit Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  6. Lock down sucks, work is getting boring [emoji848] Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  7. Started moving house today, thought I'd see how well the old falcon would tow with the Powerglide. Borrowed a friend's tandem trailer but didn't realise it was bigger than the Falcon haha Towed it with no issues at all, although with it loaded the arse was nearly touching the ground Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
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    BA/BF are better looking than FG so stick with it. Just put a FG long motor in it haha Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  9. You can't cheap out doing a turbo conversion on a non turbo.. I done what you did, trust me it's a waste of money unless you're going all out. If I had my time again I would've started with a turbo platform... In the end you'll end up with all sorts of issues, mainly wiring/electrical. Transmissions are different, motors different, diff is different. I'm still fixing issues from my NA conversion 5 years after I did it. Not telling you not to do it, just letting you know what you could be up for in the long run. Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
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    You can't push a BA turbo motor to 500kw, you'll need to do forged pistons and rods, oil pump gears, main studs and head studs, valve springs etc.. Check out@JETURBO's tuning thread. You'll see heaps of info on there. Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  11. Lol there's a reason the stock turbo exhaust is a twin system... Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  12. Being a BA, you'll need a lot of thing's... Valve springs Intercooler and piping Intake manifold Injectors Fuel pump Exhaust and dump pipe Built BTR if auto Probably rods and pistons as the ba rods are weak. That's all I can think of, off the top of my head Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  13. Factory is 2.73:1 Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  14. Have you checked to make sure the engine mounts are done up tight? What about the exhaust mounts? Have you checked/replaced those? Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
  15. Straight to the point [emoji23] Sent from my SM-A908B using Tapatalk
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