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  1. @JETURBO those driveshafts are they off the shelf or would I have to measure my stock one and get one made to suit?
  2. @JETURBO, can you source those difftechnics carbon driveshafts? How much are they? Oh sorry it's the car that went to the shonky brothers workshop and you fixed it up.
  3. @JETURBO, Why did it only make 320rwkw with a 3582 on 16.5 psi with all those mods? My NZ tuner got mine to make 414rwkw at 18psi and 382rwkw on 15psi with very similar mods. Mine does have a external wastegate plumbed back in under car. .70 comp cover. And it was on a dynapack hub dyno. Mine gets same fuel mileage as what you mentioned.
  4. @Romulus, that's alot of grunt on stock motor, how many k's did you drive it for with that power? Iv heard 400kw is starting to push stock pistons and rods.
  5. @saturnine_07 it's awesome on street, very responsive, iv got worn out 245 tires on it and driving along in 2nd gear tip tronic at 80kph plant boot and it will light them up I have to back off, great in town and tons of topend power, I dont want anymore power, turn traction control off and it can be scary. I would definitely use the same turbo again.
  6. My fgx with new gt3582r, .70 comp cover, 45mm t smart ext wastegate plumbed back in, 4 inch dump, no cat, stock crossover, k&n panel filter made 414rwkw at 18psi, 382 at 15psi. Stock head. I was wondering if you had the balls to push it, would the power keep climbing if you took it to 25psi on the gt3582r?? I left mine at 382rwkw to preserve its life.
  7. Nz performance are based in palmy, online shop, you can ring them and pay via credit card on phone, that's what I did for my injectors. I bought valve springs, complete brand new forged oil pump, valve spring tool, forged crank sprocket, head studs and anchorlox nuts to hold turbo on, all from atomic performance in aussie. My car was on my hoist for 11 weeks and I did all the work myself with a bit of help from a mate and my mechanic, very satisfying in the end doing a project like that. The back valve springs I think I would've needed a small mirror to do them and would've had to had my whole body in the engine bay and my head right up by firewall, it was a blessing in disguise when that valve fell into the cylinder and forced me to take the head off.
  8. What type of unit is the pwr? Air to oil or is it the same as the stock coolant to oil sandwich block, cos I wouldn't get stock style if there's still a risk of milkshake. I used Atomic springs, they are a straight swap over, I changed them myself but man is it a *beep* of a fiddly job, it's like brain surgery, one of the valves fell through into the cylinder so I had to take the head off to retrieve it. I was thinking of doing head studs so that gave me the opportunity to put in some atomic tool steel studs and plus doing the back valve springs was looking like it was gonna be extremely difficult so I could then do the rear springs with the head on the bench which was a walk in the park. I bought injector dynamics 1050x injectors from palmerston north and kpm 700hp anti surge drop in and plug in fuel pump. I dont think Keith would want to change valve springs or injectors but no harm in asking. I have the atomic tool to change valve springs on the car which you could borrow. I could help you do it all but it is a bit scary working on someone else's car. Keith uses hp tuners.
  9. So @Rob70 you've already got turbo side and pw stg2 cooler on and piping, no tune yet? Does it go much better? Is the turbo side intake much louder? Sound cool?
  10. Yea zf box, 2015 fgx xr6t, last shape they made and now they are no longer so I just had to get one before they were extinct lol. I took off the stock trans cooler, aka milkshake maker, and mounted a external trans oil cooler behind the drivers side fog light. The zf is a bit of a concern with my power but I'm not going to drag race it and do big grippy launches. From what I have read it's the grip from sticky tires that twists zf input shafts and breaks tailshaft etc. Also if you want to downshift for more power for a pass, do it manually in tiptronic, select the lower gear then floor it, instead of making it do a big kick down 1 or 2 or 3 gears cos that is what can twist input shaft too, the massive shock from the instant torque. I think if you drive it smart it will last, atleast that's what I'm hoping. The flex plate between the engine and the zf will be my next mod along with ims twin Bush diff hat upgrade. I'm also probably going to change the oil in zf every 20,000km to help it out. Have you done any diff bushes yet? If I were you I would go to Keith Stewart for your tune, he did a real good job on my car. Hardly any more lag with the gt3582r and not huge boost required to get it to rip, I dont need any more power than this, things happen real quick when you floor it, a real buzz.
  11. Garrett Gt3582r with a .70 compressor housing, turbosmart 45mm external wastegate plumbed back in under car, 4inch dump pipe no cat and 4inch to the first 3inch flange under the car, the rest of the exhaust is stock, mid and rear muffler so still nice and quiet. My car made 414rwkw on 18psi but we pulled it back to 15psi 382kw to save the driveline. It wheelspins like mad in dry in tiptronic 2nd gear if you going 80kph and plant it, I gotta be careful, lol has lots of power. Check my post on dump pipe, I have some photos. It's cool to chat to someone from here.
  12. Hi @Rob70, I'm near Feilding, Keith Stewart near Rongotea, his business is Dynopro, (06)3248422, 0274458652 is his number. He's a very good tuner. You've done very similar mods to me, I kept the stock crossover air intake though just to save a bit of coin. What model xr do you have?
  13. Cops over here dont bother looking under the hood, unless you have a real piece of crap looking car, they will just sting you for speeding and sustained or excessive loss of traction, so no 50 meter long power skids.
  14. If you have a alloy throttle body pipe you could get the 25mm bov pipe cut off it and weld on whatever size pipe you want to suit a bigger bov, turbosmart do a 32mm kompact plumb back valve.
  15. I agree to remove the stock filter on the engine block as I have done that, but iv put a intune motorsport replacement braided oil line and filter up by the turbo, so I can check and clean the mesh filter easily. I dont agree with running no filter at all for the turbo oil.
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