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NEW UPDATED PICS : Twin Turbo / EFI Conversion

I know It's been a while since I've posted, but just wanted to give you some updated pics. Started doing the final mock-up and test fitting for everything. I'm including the original thread for a refresher. Enjoy

UPDATE: Twin Turbo 930 / EFI Conversion

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Hey, Mitch, that looks very cool

Thank-you for sharing the images.
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whoa..... Mitch, I'm speachless ,
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Wow...thats a whole different level!
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Daaaaaaaang son...how thick is that core? Looks to be a monster...
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Thanks guys. Yeah it's gonna be a handfull. Couldn't let Chris over at Turbokraft have all of the fun. And yes the intercooler required quite a few shoehorns as its over 5" thick

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Really nice setup staying tuned.
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Holy crow! Any torque/HP guesstimates?
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Holy crow! Any torque/HP guesstimates?
I'd be happy with 600-650whp/600tq

Final mock-up look. Yes I know my bumper needs some serious bodywork...it will be addressed.









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You have those tail pipes coming out very nice and even, hard to do, great work.
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Damn that looks great. Can't wait to see some footage of it in action.
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Sweet looking :-)
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tight work i will be looking out for the vids when you get it running
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You have those tail pipes coming out very nice and even, hard to do, great work.
Thats the guys from NTO motorsports. They do awsome work. Believe it or not, this is their 1st porsche project. Check out there work on facebook.

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based on personal experience, your going to want to move those air filters or place rock/water shields on them. They're in a prime location for ingesting water and rocks puncturing the wire/gauze mesh.
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That engine is going to be fun

From looking on the images, it looks like you also have the possibility to have the tailpipes cross each other with more smooth bends to remove back pressure limitations on high flow. The tailpipes could still be setup between the turbine housings and still come out same aligned as now
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based on personal experience, your going to want to move those air filters or place rock/water shields on them. They're in a prime location for ingesting water and rocks puncturing the wire/gauze mesh.
the 1st plan is to install a louvered block off plate in the bumper behind the rear wheel. The 2nd is to go with a custom box...

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That engine is going to be fun

From looking on the images, it looks like you also have the possibility to have the tailpipes cross each other with more smooth bends to remove back pressure limitations on high flow. The tailpipes could still be setup between the turbine housings and still come out same aligned as now
That was definitely in the discussion and still not totally ruled out. We'll see how this works out for now.

And guys, thanks for all the constructive input. I've had many big HP builds on the import side but this is my 1st Porsche big HP build. After driving around for a year with 400whp I decided I needed more so like they say...we'll see how it goes.
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Awesome routing on the waste gates, should give very precise control. Can't wait to see the final look!

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