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Im new on these forums i have just finished building my custom twin turbo setup for my 281 and started it up last week. I'll post some pics on here when I figure out how haha! i have some videos too if I ever figure out how to link it or you can see them on my myspace page ill get that link on here later too!
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http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...oid=1227642123 heres the link to a short clip of the turbo spooling up on the first start up

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Daaaaym. Were did you fit the turbos?

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Wow thats awesome.Post some vid's of it makeing a pass at the track!

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yeah im still working on posting some pics of the build. The turbos are located where the radiator use to be and I'm going to be building a custom front tubed bumper so i can relocate the radiator right behind the grill. my car was already elimintaed of the A/C and power steering which was necesary to mount the headers facing forward. I dont have an intercooler or any tuning yet so Im going to baby it for a bit. The downpipes are going to have to run under the crossmember giving up some ground clearance there and I might try and flatten down the pipe a little bit. I still have some work to do until I can cruise down the road but Ill get some pics up on here soon!

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Nice way to come to a new site.Showing off the turbo cat!

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ya know that basically how i was planning on mine... tho. I've been leaning more towards a 60-1. I have a few T03's around already tho. A/C is already outta the way, I dont wanna eliminate power steering tho so im still trying to figure out a relocation for it. Instead of totally relocating my radiator im planning to notch out and mount the rad a bit forward and tilted. Also a cosmetic fiberglass front redesign. Im really glad to see someone is ahead of me in this type of setup. Nay sayers get annoying quick.

Do you have a wideband or an SCT tuning package of sorts to get started on your tuning?
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I dont have any tuning yet. Im still working on building the set up. I still need to get a blow thru style MAF, FMU, and a few other items. I do have a cheapy A/F gauge to get started to at least watch the A/F for saftey. Those are the turbos Im running thou there garret T03s watercooled. As I go along I'll upgrade commponets like external wastegates, injectors, pump, fuel lines, fuel cell, computer tuning or if my future buget alows a fully programable EFI. I need to keep this thing fired and fueled right the motor is stock except the cams. It runs but I still have alot to do!

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as far as safety goes, the cheapo a/f meters arent really good for anything, especially on your car. Its basically a 14.7:1 a/f switch that'll show you above or below since thats all a narrow band O2 sensor is. You may wanna check into a pryo senser and tap into the ex/ manifold... a temp spike will tell you more than a narrow O2 will. Not to mention all the tuning for boosted applications should be done somewhere around 12:1. I guess if you hooked up your gauge and made sure you never got off the full rich mark and didnt push the power, youd be somewhat ok for now.
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staying at the full rich marks where Im after for now hehe! I rather run a extremely rich ratio to be on the safe side which could be possible with an FMU that is over adjusted. however its not going to run that well at WOT until I recalibrate the computer! Im going to make a call to It runs but its probally going to be a while until it hits the road. i also want to get a wideban 02 tuner that would also be alot better than a cheapy A/F gauge but its going to be one thing at a time as my buget allows. When Im ready Ill probally head over to turbo technology in tacoma and have them run it on the dyno and tune it.

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will you be able to have powersteering and AC ever at all ever? that thing has got to be a ***** to drive....

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^agreed, im at work and cannot get to myspace... and the internet at home is on the fritz

Im curious to see how the engine is laid out, a single turbo would be hard enough to mount. Ive ALWAYS wanted to turbo my 4.6 but didnt think it would be worth the effort?
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most dynos have a tailpipe sensor for A/F now so they should be able to give ya some decent baselines when you're ready. As well as some teaser numbers for everyone else to drool over.
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I dont mind running without the AC and the feel of cornering without powersteering feels much better. The powersteering took its self out thou. I drove down to San Diego a couple of months back and right before I had the motor and tranny out and also basically the whole car taken apart. I cut a ps line to get the motor out fast and rigged the line it was doing fine until I left for my trip and the line blew off. Going down thru southern orgeon the pulley sized and snapped off. I got stuck in a small town for a night until I could get a shorter belt the next morning! The main issue wasnt the ps pump but was the header clearance to the lower coolant manifold. As for pics I am still working on that but i will get them up on here!

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wow, i really have trouble believing that the car is actually decent to drive without power steering... the rack should be really hard to move without it... But thinking about it... We have EVO speed sensitive steering... and at highway speeds the wheel is pretty loose. i guess with no pressure, It would be close to a non ps rack. was there a LOT of wheel movement for turns from a stop?
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I have a pretty heavily modified twin turbo V6, so I can maybe give a little input.

One thing, DEFINITELY get yourself an EGT gauge (Exhaust Gas Temperature). You don't want that thing to run too lean. The EGT gauge, along with an A/F gauge (just to give a little insight), would definitely help. EGT gauge is the most important, though. I have those two gauges, a boost gauge, and an Apexi S-AFC to control my fuel injectors. I have to tune it myself, but with those two gauges, I can tune my car safely. Some people don't want to believe you can safely tune a car without something to monitor your engine more (Datalogger), but you can if you know what you're doing.

Aparently, you must know what you're doing, lol, Mr. Twin Turbo Cat. You better be getting some bigger fuel injectors, soon, too, IMO. I don't know how big the stock ones are, but if you plan on making over 350 horsepower, I'm sure you'll need some new ones. My car had 360cc injectors, upgraded to 550cc's and I'm pushing them to the limit with my set up (twin 15G's @ 19 psi/3.0 bored .060" V6, 8.5:1 pistons, true duals, 255lph walbro hotwired, and more).

What I'm saying is, don't mess up and run it too lean and melt a piston on accident.

BTW, I've got to say, that must be an odd looking manifold... You better not have a turbo laying on the engine with something else revving up :-P
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I have a pretty heavily modified twin turbo V6, so I can maybe give a little input.

One thing, DEFINITELY get yourself an EGT gauge (Exhaust Gas Temperature). You don't want that thing to run too lean. The EGT gauge, along with an A/F gauge (just to give a little insight), would definitely help. EGT gauge is the most important, though. I have those two gauges, a boost gauge, and an Apexi S-AFC to control my fuel injectors. I have to tune it myself, but with those two gauges, I can tune my car safely. Some people don't want to believe you can safely tune a car without something to monitor your engine more (Datalogger), but you can if you know what you're doing.

Aparently, you must know what you're doing, lol, Mr. Twin Turbo Cat. You better be getting some bigger fuel injectors, soon, too, IMO. I don't know how big the stock ones are, but if you plan on making over 350 horsepower, I'm sure you'll need some new ones. My car had 360cc injectors, upgraded to 550cc's and I'm pushing them to the limit with my set up (twin 15G's @ 19 psi/3.0 bored .060" V6, 8.5:1 pistons, true duals, 255lph walbro hotwired, and more).

What I'm saying is, don't mess up and run it too lean and melt a piston on accident.

BTW, I've got to say, that must be an odd looking manifold... You better not have a turbo laying on the engine with something else revving up :-P
Sounds like you're running either an R/T Turbo or a VR4. Fortunately for TwinTurbo281, he's got better options available than an S-AFC. No matter how you look at it, tuning through faking out the MAF signal is wrong. I realize those of us in the 3S world can't readily tweak the program in our stock computers, but the Fords can. He'd be better off with a wideband from someplace like AEM or my personal preference being Zeitronix, because it has a datalogger built in. Having a personal wideband combined with an SCT tuner, TwEECer, or EEC-Tuner and with some input of the users of those various systems (I myself use an EEC-Tuner on my Tbird). Using a wideband is so dramatically more accurate than a narrowband A/F gauge or even an EGT gauge could ever be at monitoring his air fuel ratio. Combining the use of a wideband with an EGT, thats better control. Wideband for monitoring A/F ratio, EGT for assisting in determining spark advance.

Stock stock 360cc injectors in a 3S are 34lb injectors, a 1st gen SC runs 30lb injectors while the 2nd gen runs 36lb injectors. Those 550s you're running now equate to about 52lb injectors. I think he would be best off with a set of 55-60lb injectors for now until he starts to really push the envelope.

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well, a few things to look at... he's sitting on a stock engine right now... so he cant push more than 400 hp without running some huge risk to the stock internals... and on an mn12... you're talking new half shafts and a lot more buffing up to get the chassis ready for much more than 450. The fuel system probably wont need a full 255 but with a return system theres no reason not to go that big for a car that could run 500hp. 19 lb injectors are stock so an increase to 42's will be all he should need unless he starts pushing huge boost... which he cant due to the internals. Honestly, after my experience with it... I really recommend SCT PRPwith an xcal2 for tuning and an LM-1 or LC-1 (I think the LM-1 is just so much more useful cause you can use it on carb cars even)

You can def tune without the datalogging... but I think its just a better place to spend you money. Anyway... i do think he mentioned earlier that he knew he had plenty to do incl. fuel system. I just hope he doesnt send a piston through a turbo.
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well, a few things to look at... he's sitting on a stock engine right now... so he cant push more than 400 hp without running some huge risk to the stock internals... and on an mn12... you're talking new half shafts and a lot more buffing up to get the chassis ready for much more than 450. The fuel system probably wont need a full 255 but with a return system theres no reason not to go that big for a car that could run 500hp. 19 lb injectors are stock so an increase to 42's will be all he should need unless he starts pushing huge boost... which he cant due to the internals. Honestly, after my experience with it... I really recommend SCT PRPwith an xcal2 for tuning and an LM-1 or LC-1 (I think the LM-1 is just so much more useful cause you can use it on carb cars even)

You can def tune without the datalogging... but I think its just a better place to spend you money. Anyway... i do think he mentioned earlier that he knew he had plenty to do incl. fuel system. I just hope he doesnt send a piston through a turbo.
Well while yes you can do tuning without datalogging, if you get the Raptor from SCT, you'll have datalogging anyway. Thats how SCT does it on the dyno....

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yeah theres still plenty too do...the cars going to sit for months while i finish up fabing the new front end and exhaust. Im going to do alot of research to figure out which route i want to take! I plan on upgrading to a fuel cell with an in line pump, 42# injectors, fuel pressure regulator, external wastegate, most likely some type of programable EFI with wideban capabilities? Theres still alot to do until the beast can see the road probally going to be a while. I dont plan on running more than 7 psi period ...im not trying for 700Hp I just want 400 tops with awesome torque. Also I still have the 4r70w in my car I plan on swaping in the T45 in the future sometime...well lots of plans still but only as the buget allows hahaha

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yeah theres still plenty too do...the cars going to sit for months while i finish up fabing the new front end and exhaust. Im going to do alot of research to figure out which route i want to take! I plan on upgrading to a fuel cell with an in line pump, 42# injectors, fuel pressure regulator, external wastegate, most likely some type of programable EFI with wideban capabilities? Theres still alot to do until the beast can see the road probally going to be a while. I dont plan on running more than 7 psi period ...im not trying for 700Hp I just want 400 tops with awesome torque. Also I still have the 4r70w in my car I plan on swaping in the T45 in the future sometime...well lots of plans still but only as the buget allows hahaha

you will have plenty of fuel delivery just by going with a 255lph Walbro.

The xcal2 has an input for a wideband, you can run the LM-1 wideband sensor into the xcal and datalog with the xcal through a laptop....in addition, you can load revised programming into the car and it also doubles as a code scanner.




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