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Old 03-09-2009, 02:52 AM
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Well, just started my turbo build today on my 99 black TA. got alot done, ill post pics asap. ive got a OG version TTI Street Kit with a MasterPower 70mm. Ive been running a ls1 full bolt ons, stock shorty, stock 853 heads, with a f-11 cam. 370rwhp on motor 491 on the juice.

Build consist of, stck short block.....youll love this .....158,000 (let the comments fly)

"Ported where it counts" 317's with 5 layer MLS gaskets and ARP head BOLTS

same cam, with blue stripe 918s.

And the TTI kit.

And my stock ls1 intake and trottle body.

Today we took all the exaust off, and removed everything down to the short block.

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rod bolts?
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Originally Posted by eviltwin_1987 View Post
rod bolts?
noooo. short block isnt getting touched.

but ive been racing the car for over a year with the numbers in my sig with the stock shortblock and heads, shifting at 6500. now i know thats no excuse and it could go at any time but my goal is to get the same rwhp numbers that i get on the bottle, but to have it all the time.

So ill im shooting for is 480, all the time. ill be happy with that for now haha.

6.0 this winter, if this setup last through the summer
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engines dont travel miles, so the mileage is kind of irrelevant. My vette has 150k miles on it and runs like new. My TA has already been rebuilt at 90k. hmmm. All in how its used.
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Originally Posted by pwrtrip75 View Post
engines dont travel miles, so the mileage is kind of irrelevant. My vette has 150k miles on it and runs like new. My TA has already been rebuilt at 90k. hmmm. All in how its used.
+1 man! Thats the way i see it.

Well time to get the day started.

ill load pics tonight.
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Heres my self ported 317's


Installed......

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Oil return tapped
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wrapped and coated with the silver high temp silicon spray, but more importantly wrapped. think the paint just keeps it clean looking down there haha.
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Ok so in two days we (me and my friend james) got, the car down to the short block, put the ported 317s on, installed the turbo kit,minus intercooler, removed the front bumber, installed the feed line to turbo and taped pan and istalled turbo return.

day 3, install intake, injectors, intercooler, relocate map, and switch to 2 bar cobalt. and change os.

more pics tonght. Any request, shout them out.
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damn, knocking it out! good luck on the build.
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Thanks......got the IC mounted, coolant lines, broke the oil psi sensor so changing that out. lengthing wires for the alternater.
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Thanks......got the IC mounted, coolant lines, broke the oil psi sensor so changing that out. lengthing wires for the alternater.
Lol, that damn oil pressure sensor gets us everytime....

I think everyone with an F-body that has actually ever been under the hood has broken one at some point...

Good luck though, it seems to be coming along nicely.
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
Lol, that damn oil pressure sensor gets us everytime....

I think everyone with an F-body that has actually ever been under the hood has broken one at some point...

Good luck though, it seems to be coming along nicely.
Read that and laughed as I have done tons of intake/head swaps and just as i said nope not everyone... wouldnt you know at 2:30 am i just broke mine after i read this post! Damn you mike! There is always tomorrow lol build looks nice way to knock it out!
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ended up getting all the stuff i mentioned planned for day 3 done, AND got the bumper cut out for the FMC.



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Originally Posted by SD99TA214 View Post
Ok so in two days we (me and my friend james) got, the car down to the short block, put the ported 317s on, installed the turbo kit,minus intercooler, removed the front bumber, installed the feed line to turbo and taped pan and istalled turbo return.

day 3, install intake, injectors, intercooler, relocate map, and switch to 2 bar cobalt. and change os.

more pics tonght. Any request, shout them out.
dang you're moving fast! to bad you live in Cal or else you could come help out on mine when I start HAHA.

that exhaust manifold log, did that come with the kit?
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Looking good.
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dang you're moving fast! to bad you live in Cal or else you could come help out on mine when I start HAHA.

that exhaust manifold log, did that come with the kit?
HAHA im always down to help, so ya , to bad.

Yes it did, Its a TTI street kit.
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DONE!........nobody would happen to have a link to a good 2 bar tune with 60# ers now would ya LOL.......HPT btw.
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IT RUNS!!!! tunes a little off.......couldnt get it to run for crap for a few hours though,,,, boy those bad NEW map sensors will EFF you up!!!

had to put the 28's in it, still wouldnt crank. changed the map, and it was good then.

need to put the 60s back in, and the new rails and regulater. and hook up a return line (evap mod) ive been told works well.

STAYING OUTA THE BOOST SUUUUUCKS.
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Originally Posted by SD99TA214 View Post
IT RUNS!!!! tunes a little off.......couldnt get it to run for crap for a few hours though,,,, boy those bad NEW map sensors will EFF you up!!!

had to put the 28's in it, still wouldnt crank. changed the map, and it was good then.

need to put the 60s back in, and the new rails and regulater. and hook up a return line (evap mod) ive been told works well.

STAYING OUTA THE BOOST SUUUUUCKS.
I know what your going through, I thought I had a bad brand new map sensor also but the 2 outside wires of the map adapter harness were in the wrong cavaties. I swapped them around and then it fired up and ran no problems.
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