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    Rear Mount Turbo!

    Been working on it for 4 years just started driving it things to do tune it,front end alignment drive it some more!
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    Seriously cool car man! Looking forward to seeing some numbers on her.

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    Thanks its been fun for sure!
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    Does it take longer for the turbo to provide boost with it further away from the intake? Just wondering if there is some lag. Great way to add a turbo without squeezing it in under the hood.

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    Car looks great! I'm planning the same thing with twins.

    You really got that turbo tucked up nice.

    Please take some pictures underneath where you ran the pressure side back up front.

    I'm sure you will draw a lot of looks for your "missing" tailpipe!
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    Thanks guys believe it are not the couple of local meets people have looked for the breather LOL hope these pics help you out I did have a big round inline A/W inter cooler but I took it off I'm putting a meth injection system on I got the BFPV pump installed next is injection on then get him to the dyno!
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    Thanks for the pics!

    Nice job with the plumbing.

    No feeling like when the boost comes on!
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    Most turbo's have a gravity feed back for the oil drain, as yours is way in back and sits so low, I would think the oil return would have a certain amount of pressure in it. In the truck industry that could relate to oil leaking past the shaft seal and getting into the intake (compressor side) of the syst. Do you have trouble with this?
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    Turbos mounted like his that cant use gravity to return oil to the pan have a sump for the turbo and its own pump to get the oil back up to the motor.

    How loud is the exhaust with your setup? I have heard a lot of guys running turbos dont even use mufflers. Just curious as it seems there would still be quite a bit of sound energy in the exhaust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cu440da View Post
    Turbos mounted like his that cant use gravity to return oil to the pan have a sump for the turbo and its own pump to get the oil back up to the motor.

    How loud is the exhaust with your setup? I have heard a lot of guys running turbos dont even use mufflers. Just curious as it seems there would still be quite a bit of sound energy in the exhaust.
    With something like an electric pump for the return oil??
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    Exactly.
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    i like it

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    Seriously cool car man! Looking forward to seeing some numbers on her.

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