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  1. I know, all about those kW, who cares about hp
  2. I thought so as well, and yes, forced said they only print out the horsepower
  3. None at present, just waste gate pressure, tops out at 9psi, but runs around 7 normally.
  4. I'm not able to pick it up till tomorrow, once I do, I'll post a pic
  5. Small update, cars tuned, made 274kw/368hp, rather chuffed about it.
  6. Thanks mate, I've only ever heard positive feedback about forced, and the price for a tune, to me, seems rather reasonable, and I'll be honest, having pretty much everything minor a few minor things, I actually found it rather easy really, just finding out vacuum lines and a few other items was the last things I needed to work out, which, thanks to posts on here, helped heaps. Honestly, if I had to do a do over, I would do the same thing again, so fun doing it, only thing I would change would be the location of where I did it, that's all.
  7. So I managed to do the pictures, yay for that post showing how, thanks heaps. My car, rims came with the car, so no idea where, how much or if they're genuine or not Engine bay before the conversion. Some during pics Bit more progress Some close ups of my dodgy work this little f**ker had me frustrated trying to find it in my boxes of stuff installed started looking good to me here I had a couple of videos of it running after everything d
  8. I'm only going to be running around 5 or 7 psi, and I'm getting forced performance in Toowoomba to do the tune for me, I've been told by a few people they're the ones to go to.
  9. I know, I know, how original, another person putting a turbo onto a n/a engine, but this has been something that I have been wanting to do for the better part of my life, I've tried and failed a number of projects in the past due to inexperience and lack of research. So at the beginning of covid, I had to upgrade my car from my old au wagon due to saviour oil leaks (running through about 4l every 3 weeks), and I've been wanting to get an xr6 turbo for probably the better part of the last 4 years, unfortunately, it was during the time when covid taxes started to come into play, so I
  10. Hey everyone, So, I'm not being very original here, but I'm converting my fg n/a to turbo using all fg turbo gear, I'm pretty much ready to do the conversion, but I've been trying to work out the vacuum lines for it, I have been researching it, and have an idea of where they all go, what I'm wondering is, would I need to get the factory lines, or, am I able to use aftermarket stuff, and if so, where would I be best to get them from?
  11. Thanks for that, I'm not interested in getting rid of the drive line fully, I've got the 6 speed manual in already, I know I will need to modify the diff cradle, as for the engine, I will be replacing that with a gas motor down the road, I'm just wanting to get the turbo in ASAP, and just wondering if I will need the turbo loom or if I can get away with using the n/a loom with the turbo ECU. So I'll need to find a loom to go with it, I'll have to either look for one or go to Ford for it.
  12. Hey all, I’m sure this has been asked many times, but unfortunately I can’t seem to get the right combination of key words to find what I’m looking for. I’ve got a 2010 fg falcon n/a, and like most, I’m adding a turbo, I’ve got about 95% of the parts I need for this, however, to try and make things easier, I’ve purchased a turbo ecu for this project, however, I’m concerned that I may not be able to use this ecu with my current n/a loom, so my question here is, is it possible to use the n/a loom, or will I have to get a turbo loom?, I know I don’t need to use the ecu, but for the ti
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