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Discussion in 'Member Builds' started by Torspd, Sep 26, 2010.
That's to easy! Better to have something to talk about with guest than with your toilet!
^^^ :laugh: Unless you're in my family. Then you spend a lot of time talking through the door.
What no, open door policy? :laugh:
Ha! Well played sir. :laugh:
New 6266 with 4" ported shroud inlet, 2.5" outlet, T4 tangential inlet, 3 5/8" v-band outlet, .81 A/R.
Versus the .68 A/R on the older version. Keeps the heat down just a little. To be clear, the only reasons I purchased this turbo, is because I got a good deal on it from www.Turbochargers.com, my older one was obsolete (so if I sell this kit and someone wanted to change the turbine housing, they'd be SOL.), and it fits just the same.
The work from last night.
With the wastegate dump tube finally recalculated, I cannot express how truly strong and tuned the exhaust sounds now...... A combustion symphony!
Now I need to pull it apart and heat wrap everything.
I would also like to note, that I already miss the Borg Warner turbo. Even being larger overall, and having a larger A/R on the turbine housing, it still spools faster than this smaller turbo.
How she sits as of today.
And here is a close-up of the wastegate all wrapped up. It was a bit of a pain at that.
I need a like button for all this lol
what hood pins do you have
Aerocatch hood latches. With the under frame.
those are nice. exact ones I was looking at an will be getting
Those are my only hood latch, so I ordered the locking style. Removed the OEM one some time ago, as it kept getting in the way during wrenching.
ya I hear ya. I cut my core support out so now the oem one has no place to go other than in the trash. so locking hood pins ftw
I did a decent write-up on the installation. That will help take away some of the questions.
needs an update!
Been taking pictures. Work has commenced