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  1. emomelodic

    emomelodic Junior Member

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    hello all, i was wondering what else i will need to run a turbo on my d16
    i have a garrett t3 turbo
    20psi gateway
    greddy intercooler
    dsm bov 1g
    dsm 450cc injectors
    and some piping


    what else am i going to need to get it working right, and where can i get it?
    thanks
    -emo- :ph34r:
     
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    Exhaust manifold? And what kind of fuel management will you be useing? And with that said how much boost on what engine where you gonna run?
     
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    a manifold, something to control those injectors like vafc, uberdata, hondata
    downpipe/exhaust stuff
    oil lines, fittings
    water lines/fittings if the turbo is also water cooled.

    and toss that gateway- thats for computers.
    get a wastegate :)
     
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    i'm wondering why you have a 20 lb wastegate?

    built motor?
     
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    do you have a pref on a controller?
    and do you know where to pick up a turbo manafold, downpipe?
    turbo is oil fed. so i suppose i need to get an oil line and then a new oil pan. do i need a pump from the pan to the turbo?
    thanks
    -emo
     
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    you don't need a new pan, you just need to tap your pan for the oil return

    the oil for the turbo doesn't come from the pan, it usually comes from somewhere on the block

    IMO the sandwhich plate (that I think B is using) fits between the oil filter and block and provides fittings for both oil feed and an oil pressure sensor

    that's the easiet way to do it, since drilling and tapping aluminum blocks is no fun at all- if you're interested in going that route i'm sure B can hook you up with the link
     
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    thanks for all the replys , awesome


    would you rather turbo a d16z6 or swap in a b18b with a gsr tranny?
     
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    :withstupid:

    especially if you end up boosting down the road
     
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    any of you guys live around boston? and wanna help me out ? :p
     
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