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SurfnSun

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I was thinking that if I was to build the turbo motor of choice here it is........


World Products "Motown Race Block" (4bolt splayed 4.00 bore)- $1900

SCAT lightweight 4340 Forged Crank 3.48 stroke- $1200

SCAT(or comparitive brand) H-beam Forged 5.7 Rods- $445

SRP Low compression pistons -24cc 8.2:1 compression w/ 76cc heads $500

AFR 195cc SBC Street Head L98 plug angle $1924

AFR Hydra Rev kit- 179.00

TPIS or AZ Speed Marine --Custom grind cam $500????(a tad more duration and lift on exhaust side.


Grand Total = $6648

ADD the TPIS Runners and Base that are in the garage. Turn up the wick to about 13lbs of boost.....and get new tires :D


So what do you guys think?
 
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callaway95

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More Horsepower.....nothing wrong with that at all.....
 
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90Callaway

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I think you should worry about getting the car first! Then you can call Ed at AS&M and he'll tell you how to build a strong TT. Although, you have a good list already.
 
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SurfnSun

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90Callaway said:
I think you should worry about getting the car first!

ouch! :eek: i did put an if in the first sentance :D

We'll see, getting laid off has been pretty rough on me, I only make about 1/2 as much as I used to. :(
 
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90Callaway

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Hey, nothing wrong with planning for the future. Just trying help you with priorities! :D Email me offline and I'll tell you about the latest completely unnecessary car that I purchased.

Maybe by the time you're ready I'll have mine to 600hp/800ft.lb. and you can just copy mine. ;)
 

EricVonHa

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You probably saw the post on the Vette Forum about the "HeaderDesignCompany". I asked if they would design/build header/turbo/intercooler plumbing packages and he kinda gave a nod. I've heard that all this plumbing is beyond THOUSANDS of dollars from design to installation.. gotta add some more bucks to the equation there!
 
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SurfnSun

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This was just an idea for an existing turbo car ie the long block
 

rkreigh

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I'm trying to build a twin turbo ZR1. any help you gents could provide with pipe benders, and expert tuners would be appreciated. I have done most of my posting on the CF. but I need to get more input.

email me or post with any thoughts.

thanks. ron_kreigh@hotmail.com
 

stuckatcuse

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SurfnSun said:
I was thinking that if I was to build the turbo motor of choice here it is........


World Products "Motown Race Block" (4bolt splayed 4.00 bore)- $1900

SCAT lightweight 4340 Forged Crank 3.48 stroke- $1200

SCAT(or comparitive brand) H-beam Forged 5.7 Rods- $445

SRP Low compression pistons -24cc 8.2:1 compression w/ 76cc heads $500

AFR 195cc SBC Street Head L98 plug angle $1924

AFR Hydra Rev kit- 179.00

TPIS or AZ Speed Marine --Custom grind cam $500????(a tad more duration and lift on exhaust side.


Grand Total = $6648

ADD the TPIS Runners and Base that are in the garage. Turn up the wick to about 13lbs of boost.....and get new tires :D


So what do you guys think?

Some people on thirdgen have had bad luck with scat cranks. There are better brands out there...
 

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