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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:29 am 
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1 vote for a 15psi tune :)


dont think the btr will cope with that much lol

Should be fine, Hiboost was running 22psi and 10.7 with a BTR, Gozza no boostedfalcon is running 15psi and a BTR too


ok,do you know whats done to there btr's at all as i drive it a fair abit and like the o/drive.I was thinking of putting a c4 in it or a manual but its great with the auto and stally..

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Gozza has an MV Auto's Mechanical shift kit on a stock BTR taking about 250rwkw

 

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 8:06 pm 
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67RCE wrote:
Gozza has an MV Auto's Mechanical shift kit on a stock BTR taking about 250rwkw


Im sure mine is stock with a jmm 3000 stally but with the turbo's its 3500-3800 depending what gear your in with 221rwkw on 7psi but im interested in the mechanical shift kit over the $40 electric one...

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 8:42 pm 
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banarcus wrote:
This car is seriously quick people. Effortless neverending loads of TORQUE!! I have now well and truely been inspired to find some torque for my wagon and I now have the answer.

Thanks for the spin Phil. You have a deceptive beast.


No worries mark,great to catch up and show you the new car...

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2009 11:05 pm 
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taxi 5L wrote:
Im trying to get it tuned this week for the dyno day but still not sure on how much boost to put in it.The only limit i have is the turbos as if there r32 items the wheels are ceramic coated and it flakes off above 13psi from what i have been told but i think there r33 items i hope.

phill

A single GT30 would be your friend, and a lot less complicated in the engine bay. We should go for a spin in each others one day.....owners driving of course...lol

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2009 11:22 pm 
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A single GT30 would be your friend, and a lot less complicated in the engine bay. We should go for a spin in each others one day.....owners driving of course...lol

Daz[/b]


You should of asked i took green machine for a run next time im down i'll take you.I was thinking of selling the turbo set up on it and putting a raptor on it for doing burnouts alot less heat that way. Whats a GT30 rated too as im not up on turbo size's,is it big as a xr6 turbo ?

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:16 am 
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XR 6 has a GT35, rear is interchangeable with the GT 30 i read. I am not sure on HP rating, but i was told it would pump 30 PSI max.........so i guess 600hp would be about right.

Be different, twin raptors.........one on each side, bugger off the p/s..lol

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 9:34 am 
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thanks for the ride phil! Damn this thing is quick and no turbo lag at all.
Hey phil my BTR has a mechanical shift kit installed into it when i had it built will have to take you for a ride so you can see how it shifts, s**t all over the elect one's!!

 

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:02 am 
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thanks for the ride phil! Damn this thing is quick and no turbo lag at all.
Hey phil my BTR has a mechanical shift kit installed into it when i had it built will have to take you for a ride so you can see how it shifts, s**t all over the elect one's!!


Will have to get the auto place's number off you as my box is stuffed.Im use to the car now and think its slow until i drive the ef wagon then im s**t it is pretty quick....

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:23 am 
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I started my holidays today so ive got 2 odd weeks to get stuck into the eb tt.Im removing the turbos and getting the manifolds ceremic coated to reduce some heat under the bonnet then making new heat shields up for it.Been thinking about water to air intercooler but will talk to daz more about that.Pick up the parts car from RD and strip it out and send panels to my mates shop to get started on.Strip the tt down get the auto elec in to sort out the crap wiring job done on it.

Spool or order a lockrite style locker for the s-pac diff and fit it up then measure up the exhaust to see if it will be on the ground with 2 flat tyres on it or not.And somewhere in there i have to go down wagga way and pick a factory 351,fmx and 9inch zh fairlane from my dads place that i bought and go down to batemans bay to pick dads xj6 jag with 308,supra 5 spd in it and bring back to wagga to there new place..

Its more a working holiday then anythink lol
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Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:08 pm 
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You'll need a holiday from your holiday!


Yeah i know ash,its going to be busy but hope to rest late in the 2nd week,otherwise my boss is going to be p****d with me if i dont come back fresh.Thats what he said when i picked up my toolbox anyway today and its great to have a ute again forgot how handy they are....

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:26 pm 
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looks like u got a pretty powerfull falcon there man! ive been for a ride in a twin turbo 6 XF & that was pretty good! do u have any vids of ur runs down the 1/4 on You tube?

 

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Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:53 pm 
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Barnz wrote:
looks like u got a pretty powerfull falcon there man! ive been for a ride in a twin turbo 6 XF & that was pretty good! do u have any vids of ur runs down the 1/4 on You tube?


not yet but when i run there will be someone from on here down there to film it
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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 11:07 am 
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Been to the dyno first thing today and my auto is slipping so they wont tune it until i get it fixed which sucks as i wanted to the dyno day with 350+ rwhp.This means im pulling it apart for a few weeks then.Im going to try and move the intercooler back today so the new front bar doesnt need cutting as much,remove all the a/c gear,remove radiator and start making heatshields before removing turbos.Thats todays goals anyway and i'll take some pics while im going...

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 Post subject: Re: taxi's twin turbo eb
Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 1:39 am 
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This setup looks like the one they did a few years back in Zoom i think is was on a XF falcon ute??

Also was this car for sale on eBay recently??
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Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 7:16 pm 
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Godzilla_STT wrote:
This setup looks like the one they did a few years back in Zoom i think is was on a XF falcon ute??

Also was this car for sale on eBay recently??


yep it was, read thru the hole thread & all is explained

 

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