Here's a pic of a friends twin-turbo ls1 in his 72 Cutlass we recently finished. This pic was taken at the Turkey Rod Run at Daytona a few weeks back. Just a street car to have fun with. Twin 42mm turbos, stock ls1, 12 lb's of boost, T-56. We fabbed up the log-style headers, all the tubing into / out of the intercooler, the intake elbow on the Edelbrock intake converted to fuel injection. He's building a 455 ci LS motor to drop in and have some more fun with it. Check it out.
UHHH --- I wanted to build the first twin turbo LS Cutlass that I had ever seen......I started a few years too late.....NICE JOB - I want more pics!
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1972 Buick GS Stage 1 Convertible
1972 Buick GS 455 pro tour
1971 Cutlass pro tour w/LS turbo 6.0 (In progress)
72 Chevelle. 9.55@144mph(old combo, 6.0) New combo: 370 AMS(k1 crank/rods, JE pistons, Lil jon Stage III cam), Billet S484, Ron Davis Intercooler Core, Hutch built th400 w/brake, PTC converter, 12 bolt w/3:42 gears, C6 Z06 brakes, Boost/pulse Leash
I'll have more pics soon for ya. For some reason this computer here is giving me issues. And hopefully some test numbers soon too. He's getting his computer back from re-wiring and then we're gonna take it to Speedworld to get some track times once they reopen in January I believe
Not sure, LOL!
He's building a 455 ls stroker as we speak which will handle more boost also. This one is just in there to get it going so later he can just drop in the new motor. I think it'll handle 12 though. We have a shop Procharged 98 LS! vette that has had 13 lbs. of boost since 1999 and it hasn't skipped a beat. Plus on the Cutlass, we installed a huge Aeromotive fuel system, so fuel won't be a concern on this motor or the next one.
Guess we'll find out when he takes it to the track here when it reopens in January!