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post #1 of 147 Old June 19th, 2017, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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Twin Turbo Complete Rebuild

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post #2 of 147 Old June 19th, 2017, 11:27 PM
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Very nice I'd like to see how you did the tubular front sub frame set up? I have always enjoyed watching builds. If one wanted go to a double wishbone I wonder if it could be done? If money wasn't a problem. I use to dream of being the first one to break a 1000 whp with a 4.6 sohc. I know is a lot easier with dohc, but it's already been done, and not as much of a challenge. Hell it's a challenge for me anymore to just keep the up keep on what I have. I almost bought the RR intake, but I wanted to run a plenum for a single blade oval TB of some type.

How do you plan on attaching the radiator support?

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Very nice I'd like to see how you did the tubular front sub frame set up? I have always enjoyed watching builds. If one wanted go to a double wishbone I wonder if it could be done? If money wasn't a problem. I use to dream of being the first one to break a 1000 whp with a 4.6 sohc. I know is a lot easier with dohc, but it's already been done, and not as much of a challenge. Hell it's a challenge for me anymore to just keep the up keep on what I have. I almost bought the RR intake, but I wanted to run a plenum for a single blade oval TB of some type.
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You'll have to shoot for 1700 now that somebody has hit 1600 with a 2v. Lol

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Very nice I'd like to see how you did the tubular front sub frame set up? I have always enjoyed watching builds. If one wanted go to a double wishbone I wonder if it could be done? If money wasn't a problem. I use to dream of being the first one to break a 1000 whp with a 4.6 sohc. I know is a lot easier with dohc, but it's already been done, and not as much of a challenge. Hell it's a challenge for me anymore to just keep the up keep on what I have. I almost bought the RR intake, but I wanted to run a plenum for a single blade oval TB of some type.
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You'll have to shoot for 1700 now that somebody has hit 1600 with a 2v. Lol
Was a 4.6L or 5.4?
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This is awesome. Sub'd for this. How'd you go about front tube measurements? just took them from the existing?
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It's the 417 tubular front end kit.

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It's the 417 tubular front end kit.
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After seeing Eddie's and how well it looks put together, I may make the jump this winter to tubular front end. Looks like a quality kit

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Yes another 2v build! I love this, awesome work so far!

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It won't let me view it because it's a group I think. Will there be inner fenders? Let's say I wanted to do this and start going towards a great handling car instead of the 1/4. Could you use the tubular front end kit and still have a stiff ridged chassis? Maybe a strut tower brace would help some? Best thing to do for handling and stopping is weight reduction.

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It's the 417 tubular front end kit.
Wow I didn't realize there was one available? I was out of the loop for a while.

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Yes another 2v build!
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What brand of rods did you run previously? Do the new ones weigh a good bit more? How much boost can be ran at 11.1:1? I asked a couple questions about the tubular chassis in previous post. I'm not sure you saw them. Thanks
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You will like those turbos. What fuel are you running?
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that looks so good!!! im excited for you to stab this thing in.
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What turbo kit are you going with. I know you has your kit up for sale

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