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350z gtm Twinturbo kit

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Always wanted to go the tt Way with a 350z, and after a few Sc kits, i finally Got my hands on a tt kit.

 

this is what i will be building over the winter.

 

gtm stage 5 twin turbo kit.

with 2x garrett gt3076's

 

i'm having manifolds made from stainless,  in bigger dimensions, and also having ALL the support hoses, water, Oil, re done in braided Lines with AN fittings.

 

all IC piping is powdercoated Black, aswell as the bov and turbos.

 

lots of parts still needed, i will make stuff up along the Way.

 

hopefully this will be done by spring....

*Wishfull smiley with nervous tweeks*

 

 

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look foreward to it

also see you have a little galss of something to see you through the inevitable hard times ahead.;)

:)

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7 hours ago, andybp said:

look foreward to it

also see you have a little galss of something to see you through the inevitable hard times ahead.;)

:)

Thanks.

and me too.

yeah, much needed sometimes.

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Me too - looking forwards to your build - lots of pics please :thumbs:

 

 

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4 hours ago, Snjur said:

Good luck this is going to be interesting thread.

It's either going to end with a bang, or with something not quite up to the potential of the kit. (Or i go broke)

or a combination of the above.

 

I know the turbos are WAY to Big for what i want. So on the Hunt for smaller.

 

And i have a spare vq35de that is going to be build for some more power, so this winter is "only" going to be mock up of the kit on the car, and maybe... just maybe... getting it running and mapped  and set at around 0.4 bar until the other engine is done and ready....  and that Would still be pushing it on a Stock vq...  let's see how it plays out.

 

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2 hours ago, rabbitstew said:

Nice looking garage there!

Thank you.

just had the whole thing done.

 

Used to be a shed, and with my special hoarding powers it was a mess...

 

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2 hours ago, Ortega_9 said:

Used to be a shed, and with my special hoarding powers it was a mess...

 

 

I have those powers as well :lol::thumbs:

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I always thought of my welding as adequate it now seems very inadequate, brilliant job keep up the excellent work :thumbs:

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I can't take credit for the work.

this is made by my freind at power-pipes raceshop in Denmark. They Can do work!

i'll fab most parts myself, but stuff like this needs much more skill with the glue gun than I'll ever get :teeth:

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And just Got my new wastegate springs in.

 

Small red tial springs will see 0,4 bar.

and that's about ALL i dare on the Stock vq. So that's the starting point. 

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On 29/11/2017 at 08:00, Keyser said:

Me too - looking forwards to your build - lots of pics please :thumbs:

 

 

Likewise, just seen this. Looking forward to updates.:thumbs:

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And the left hand side test fitted.

i Think i might have to adjust the wastegate piping as the flanges are a little off... but Otherwise everything looks fine....

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Had a little time to get something done.

 

cut and adjustet the right side wastegate pipe. Now it clears the transmission. Last picture is from before, sticking out like a sore thumb.

need to do the other side aswell.

also pulled the exhaust off the car.. and sold it, so need to make something new in 3" instead of the 2,5" it was

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