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    Default my 94 turbo build

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    had a big cam, stock bottom end setup that i beat on for years, after many 6k launches i spun a rod bearing and so it sat.... slowly gathered parts, 355, stock, crank, rods and forged pistons, custom cam from futural... borg s475 turbo and a bunch of other crap.

    bought a welder and started making up the hot parts, started with some dual cat edlebrock headers, hacked them up and ran the passenger side around where the factory y-pipe goes and out to the driver side. turbo is a dual entry so i'm keeping the both sides separate, should make it spool sooner.s4752.jpgrsupport3.jpgpowerwashedz3.jpgturboinstalledsm.jpg

    also did some interior work, wasnt a fan of the light grey so painted it all black.
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    sweet build. Im running the same turbo on a 383! its a beast!!
    1996 T/A - 383, BW S-475, TH350, Trickflows, LE Cam, Revmax

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    thanks. yeah it seems like a pretty well rounded turbo, i wanted one that i could stick with if i up the CI as well.

    got any pictures of your setup? love to see how you got that thing to fit lol. i ended up notching my frame rail and i have it straddling it.

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    That's a big turbo lol. Looks like a fun build!

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    Subscribing...
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    Looks like a sweet build. What hood is that dent look like a normal ultra z hood. But I could be wrong. Either way I like it!!

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    It looks to be a harwood hood
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    yeah it was a harwood, i actually sold it and got a factory hood, it wasnt functional, and just was too fond of it after a few years. like to get a sunoco hood, but i'll stick with stock for now... more of a sleeper lol

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    Cool ill try to find it on their site. Would it have been possible to make it functional btw?

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    no i dont see how you could make it functional, the opening is back behind where the ws6 hoods and ultra z hood sits. i was able to though get an ls1 lid to fit under there with some trimming of the ls1 lower lid support... didnt gain much if any over slp cold air so it wasnt really worth it, just something different... different as in like 8 years ago lol

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