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    twin turbo

    Well guyes getting ready to jump right in and do this thing...

    I've got 56 mm. T 3 twin turbos and new front mount.. I'm running 2 1/2 tru duels exhaust.255 fuel pump and 60 pd injectors and new maf programed for the 60ds.
    520 cam and 6.2 scat rods and wesoc pistions 94 sc crank and ported heads and new ported intake manifold. 75 mm tb and ac deletion and power streeing deletion

    What kinda power to u think ill make. I hope to have everything togethere by july and running

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    At 2lbs of boost not much, at 20lbs WOW. How much boost? You might want a bigger TB but I would ask the experts.

    Should make a lot, more than a supercharger if it is setup properly.

    Stephen

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    how much boost are you planning on running?

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    Ill be running 15 in town and 20 at the track

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    There are V6 Mustang guys running similar setups. You can check with them to see what kind of power they are making.

    It's really hard to predict. Twin 56mm turbos could put out 600 hp yet you could find that they give you 350. It really depends on how everything is working together with your setup and your tune.

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    I'm hopping for over 400.. if I get 500 or more like the mustang guys then cool. But 450 would be cool

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    What are you doing for an intake manifold ? Did you buy a blow through mass air meter ? Where do you plan to mount the turbos ? Gravity drain or scavange pump ?

    David
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    power steering delete

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherry93SC View Post
    power steering delete

    HAHA yea good luck with that one...

    4,000lb fat car + manual steering + trying to turn the wheel while not moving = FAIL (or really big arms)

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    There's a few people on here that have done it. It's not supposed to be too bad while moving...while not moving I think they said it was a turd though. Sure would be nice to have all that stuff out of the way.
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    I tried the power steering delete by using the power rack and modifying it to empty the fluid, loop the lines and grease the rack. It was fine while driving but a huge pain while manuvering in parking lots, etc. Also, with skinnys on the front, it was fine but with full size tires in front it was more difficult. Especially with the manual trans. When you have one hand on the shifter, the other hand needs to be able to turn the wheel freely.

    I know other guys who did it right with a manual rack and they have no problems at all.

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    gimme a break Iam am old man and I drove my car with manual steering. I did drive it on the street before it went to a strictly race car. The secret is to keep the car moving. Once it has any motion at all its easy to turn. Please. Sly your a wimp!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Neibert View Post
    What are you doing for an intake manifold ? Did you buy a blow through mass air meter ? Where do you plan to mount the turbos ? Gravity drain or scavange pump ?

    David
    Going with a 82 high rise intake manifold.. tb will be going to the front of the motor.. yes I got a blow through maf.. getting the scavage pump

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    If u got the guns u don't need power steering..it helps when u keep moving..

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    I was only kidding about the remark to Dan, If you grew up with manual steering lkie I did you learn not to turn the wheel when you are standing still. The manual rack is slower so it is not that bad. It sure give you a lot more room. So does getting rid of the air and goind to manual brakes. Tim

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