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    wow that's insanely tight to the valve cover o_o
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    Thats how we roll @Flinchy! Click here to enlarge Getting that exact turbo placement was not an easy task. Let alone having to repeat it multiple times, with the WG placements.

    The kit is more insulated than any stock N54 turbo setup you've ever seen. It also emits FAR less heat due to the highly efficient nature of the turbo, manifold, and free flowing DP and exhaust.

    The VC has a heat shield on it as well. You can touch the Blanket bare hand after any amount of spiritied driving without being burnt.

    Hopefully @Terry@BMS can post more detailed pics and facts based on observation and use, as an unbiased party.

    Car is a ffundrive at 15psi.

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    i thought it was a fairly small turbo? I've seen other installs with heaps more valve cover clearance!

    heck, if it's that tight, how can you fit anything LARGER in there :O

    and ahh yes i can see the the heat shield sitting in behind the turbine side there Click here to enlarge
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    Let me dig up a few pics if I can find em.

    That same mani can fit a 1.0+ AR T4 Turbin housing with zero clearance issues. The blanket makes it appear much closer than it actually is.
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    Insulation everywhere! Lol Click here to enlarge

    The turbine sits well above the VC.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Anthony@FFTEC Click here to enlarge
    Let me dig up a few pics if I can find em.

    That same mani can fit a 1.0+ AR T4 Turbin housing with zero clearance issues. The blanket makes it appear much closer than it actually is.
    i was meaning more the compressor side - how's the clearance there?

    Is it just the angle of the pic making it look worse than it is?

    those pics look so sick, so much do want.

    the piping from the wastegates must be so tight!

    what have you worked out to be the largest possible turbo you could fit on your manifold/in the space given?
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    Great looking kit @Anthony@FFTEC , terrys 135 is going to hurt some egos.
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    Snuck out this AM for a little more tuning. Still more work to do in the spool area but it's doing 15psi at around 3200rpm. And hit the 20psi target by 4000rpm. By holding the wastegate more closed longer in to the spool (PWM higher) I'm sure both numbers will go down by a bit. But the big difference on road vs the 6466 is boost buildup starts at a much lower RPM. So even at 2500rpm it will make some boost to get momentum started. Which makes it a real pleasure to drive.

    Did a few higher RPM runs but started throwing a Cyl5 misfire code around 6000rpm. Sigh. Plugs are new so I'll have to start swapping around coils, maybe replace the injectors, etc, to sort it out.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Snuck out this AM for a little more tuning. Still more work to do in the spool area but it's doing 15psi at around 3200rpm. And hit the 20psi target by 4000rpm. By holding the wastegate more closed longer in to the spool (PWM higher) I'm sure both numbers will go down by a bit. But the big difference on road vs the 6466 is boost buildup starts at a much lower RPM. So even at 2500rpm it will make some boost to get momentum started. Which makes it a real pleasure to drive.

    Did a few higher RPM runs but started throwing a Cyl5 misfire code around 6000rpm. Sigh. Plugs are new so I'll have to start swapping around coils, maybe replace the injectors, etc, to sort it out.
    Nice, how is the trans at 20psi.
    20psi on pump gas 93 only?

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    Did a couple shifts and they were sketchy at 20psi. So, trans is not good. But that was expected as mine is pretty worn down anyway.

    Turned on the meth kit for these runs.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Did a couple shifts and they were sketchy at 20psi. So, trans is not good. But that was expected as mine is pretty worn down anyway.

    Turned on the meth kit for these runs.
    how is the turbo at 20psi compared to RB's at full boost, much faster?

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    I wish the jb4 showed some sort of MAF lbs/min so we know how much the turbo is flowing.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 135idct Click here to enlarge
    how is the turbo at 20psi compared to RB's at full boost, much faster?
    It's intentionally under timed right now due to the 91 octane but feels solid to me. Just off the cuff compared to RBs spools a bit slower below 3000rpm but above that feels much faster.
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    Good luck with the tranny upgrade.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Flinchy Click here to enlarge
    looking into a braille?
    Hey bud. Yes I am. Stable Energies sells a 6.6 lb Li-ion battery that is compatible but still looking at options. Not sure if its ok to post the link here for it but PM me and I'd be glad to.

    The Z4IS rotors are a few lbs lighter then my OEM as well. Very comparable to the RB ones at half the price.



    It's looking solid Terry. I REALLY wish I could get behind the wheel of a single turbo set up and compare it to upgraded twins. It would make any decision much easier. Keep us posted brother, thread is a great contribution.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    I wish the jb4 showed some sort of MAF lbs/min so we know how much the turbo is flowing.
    I hooked up a MAF on the shop car to datalog, turned out to be a PITA, first off it wouldn't read high enough, then it blew apart on the dyno wasting a session. I agree a MAF number via a tuning option on the market would be very cool.

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    You can derive the the airflow with math if you really felt the need.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Anthony@FFTEC Click here to enlarge
    You can derive the the airflow with math if you really felt the need.
    Gee thanks, you can also derive mph via math if you really feel the need, it's just a lot easier and more convenient to look at the speedo.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Anthony@FFTEC Click here to enlarge
    You can derive the the airflow with math if you really felt the need.
    What equation do youhave for that so I can plug in the numbers?
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    None on hand @fastgti69, but I can do this to help you find some:

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    What equation do youhave for that so I can plug in the numbers?
    I whipped this up for you.

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    Thank you @Jewber !
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    It's like saying I could use PV=nRT too LOL... Those don't really help but thanks anyways.
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    @Terry@BMS When u will post the Dyno Sheet?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 135idct Click here to enlarge
    @Terry@BMS When u will post the Dyno Sheet?
    Looks like he is just street tuning at the moment. Besides, the guy just picked up a new M5, let him have some fun before you start smacking him around!
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