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Another question for you guys. How are all of you suppling and returning the turbo oil? I am going to use the stock k2

And again thank you for all your replies!

Joe D
-4AN supply line from oil pressure dummy light switch on the back of the motor.

Gravity draining to the sump oil drain plug is the easiest solution.

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Pelicans what waste gate and size are you using,and BOV?
Tanks Joe D
A 46mm TiAL Wastegate with a 0.5bar boost spring.

A 50mm TiAL BOV. Others have used a single billet 996TT unit with good results too.

Headers - Any 930 turbo header solution will work, or even a 930 J-pipe if you're on a tight budget.

Turbo - Depends how much power you're aiming for. From a K27-7200 through to a Garrett GT35R ball-bearing unit... GT3071R is a good match for a low boost setup. BIG power goals later, go with a GT35R.

Intercooler - Not needed for 0.5bar. When aiming for 0.7bar+, then a full bay intercooler is required.

FPR - BEGI Adjustable Boost Sensitive Fuel Pressure Regulator, or an 8:1 fixed FMU will work well too. Protomotive have one too, but expect to pay upwards of $400-500 for it! The BEGI adjustable unit offers some adjustability to fine tune your AFR's.

Injectors - The stock injectors are fine for up to 400HP.

Ignition - MSD 6ABTM boost retard ignition system set to 0.5 - 1.0 degree retard per PSI of boost.

Good luck! Post results

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Thanks again!!!
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Previous owner of my car had stock injectors making 515chp. It had over 100PSI of fuel pressure to make that power.
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Hi again pelicans can you all tell me what spring rate you are using on your BOVs thanks Joe d
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