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Old 04-25-2007, 10:11 PM
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5.0HO build... suggestions?

OK, picked up a '90 5.0HO and am gettin ready to do a quick build before i throw it in my "special project". Here is the plans, the stuff with a * by it is just stuff i have laying around so i figure i might as well put it to use... stuff with a -, is stuff that is more or less free or just really cheap...


*MSD 6-BTM*
*T-70 turbo*
*A/W intercooler*
*40mm wastegate*
*BOV*
-custom single turbo headers-
-3" downpipe to dual 2.5"-
-port match heads/intake-
-ditching A/C-
-removing emissions-
40lb injectors
75mm throttle body
HEI distributor
MSD TFI coil
underdrive pulleys
FR 9mm wires
What should i do for a MAF? same size as the T.B.?

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Old 04-25-2007, 10:24 PM
How fast is fast enough?
 
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A/W intercooler? is it for a boat?
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no?.?.? not for a boat?.?.?

going in my RX7. Ya lost me there...
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turbo lag......yeeeeehaaaaaaw
 
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Is this the ebay t-70 or an actual t-70 with a t4 flange? If this is the ebay t70 with the t3 flange you will spool it extremely fast and choke the engine up top. I f its the t4 flange what ar is the exhaust housing. Dont forget to get it tuned before it even sees boost.
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the flange doesnt make a difference, the turbine housing is a T4 .84 A/R
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