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HP Junky
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Just finished up a big job on a customers truck, he's not an internet guy, so I thought maybe I'd post up some pics. Truck is on a 6" lift and 35's, out of California. He's running a built motor that was built a few years ago, brought it back for more injector and some turbos. Setup him up with one of our custom WOP nitrous setups too. Turned out pretty nice.

Truck is running some big b-code injectors, BTS twin pumps, and our 'Towing Stage Turbo System'. Same turbos that were installed on Blowby's race truck. Start flowing a lot of air quick and are wicked on a daily driver truck and for towing. More than enough to support the 700hp range. We had Jody from DP Tuner in town, so we were able to Live Tune the truck before the customer picked it up. Truck is impressive, it's making damn good power and is super streetable, even at our higher elevation. Can't imagine how it runs with the nitrous. Runs 40-45psi boost in the daily driver tunes. Saw it over 80-psi in the big tune. It runs really strong, plus it's all under the hood with a functional A/C system.





 

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How about some pictures of where those pipes go off the big turbo....
 

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Where is the down pipe headded?
 

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looks nice, although i am wondering how long the boot is gonna do on the charge air outlet... 90* right out of the turbo might be a bit hard on that sucker, then again maybe not.
 

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Intercooling between stages, so the I/C piping off that big charger 90's right down into the intercooler. Blown boots on it hasn't been a problem, at least it hasn't on the other couple trucks that are running that combo. Mike O has never mentioned problems to us.

Downpipe goes back over the valve cover and down the firewall in the stock location, you can see where that one wastegate dumps into it. Beauty behind it is you don't need to remove the intermediate pipe to get the passenger valve cover off. Just remove that wastegate and the downpipe section (v-band on each end) over the valve cover and you've got perfect access.
 

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Small turbo is our QSSB and the atmosphere is a custom unit also built by Bell Turbo, call it the HPSB. Two wastegates in the system for total control.
 

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Very nice work! :evil
 

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I just wet myself. That is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
 

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Only other pictures I've got are mock-up photos on the engine stand, don't think Zane will let me post those. Can't give away all his secrets ;)
 

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price?
 

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Blown boots on it hasn't been a problem, at least it hasn't on the other couple trucks that are running that combo. Mike O has never mentioned problems to us.
thats all i needed to hear. nitrous would expose a problem if it ever were to be one...i cant believe you got all that in there with A/C ..very nice.
 

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thats all i needed to hear. nitrous would expose a problem if it ever were to be one...i cant believe you got all that in there with A/C ..very nice.
Nitrous nozzles are in the intercooler pipe after the intercooler, so that's after the atmosphere charge.

Thanks. And Moose is the fabricator, he's the guy that fits it all in and builds the pipes.
 

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Slick work there!

How does the air filter fit in there lol.
It's tight. We're working with a filter company now, they are going to make a specific filter for us, for this application, to fill the space we've got. Should work out perfect once they've got it finished up.
 

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And kept the ac...very nice work.
 
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