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Nice DIY job!

Why the "RWB" in the rear wing -- is that one of theirs?
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Regarding your flares. Are you planing to use the fabricated extensions seen in your pictures or do you produce a mold from these to produce the final pieces?
On my photos, extensions are molds. Then, I stick three coats of carbon and I unstick them. Extensions make 1,5mm of thickness in the end.
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I looked for an spoiler in carbon for my project. I bought this second-hand spoiler and letters were already inside by its former old owner, I had not the choice.... I believe that I am going to block them it will be better.
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hi, friend
you are really a great person, it is a great work to modified the car. perfect!
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It is a RWB replica. The difference is that the complete body kit is in carbon. The roof is in carbon too.....I am proud that you tell me that I do the good job, because Turbokraft is very known in FRANCE. Thank you
All carbon? Very nice, indeed! Looking forward to the results.
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Now I am going to weld it with the TIG

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All carbon? Very nice, indeed! Looking forward to the results.

Hi Christ,

I have a question for a specialist like you, because In FRANCE, we are poor of specialists in turbo Porsche, then I hesitate :

For my project with one turbo PRECISION 6262 SP, (low boost 6 psi) it is better a T3 turbine with A/R.63 or A/R.82 ?????

Thank you very much.
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Seems .63 for faster spool and less top end boost would be better.

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You do not have a turbo motor. You have a highly evolved naturally aspirated engine. In stock form it is a large engine with great bottom end response matched with a great gearbox. You do not need boost before 3500 and you only need a low level from there on up. I would go for a larger Garrett GTX40-45 size turbo. Let that engine breath.

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Nice looking car and cool project. I was able to sit right at 2500 lbs with a full cage and all steel bodied 930, I am willing to bet you'll get much lower. This thing will be a BLAST to drive.

What trans are you using?
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I think, that T3 turbine with stage 5, A/R .82 is a good choise
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If possible, T04 flange 0.82. If not, then T3 flange.
Stage-5 turbine

And a big wastegate -- you will need to bypass a lot of exhaust energy since you are running a high compression engine and basically using the turbo like a supercharger.
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thank you Chris for your answer... I think put in a 44mm wastegate.
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Very nice TIG work. That looks like Sch.10 pipe - .120" (3 mm) wall? Heavy but so much easier to work with, no rod needed, just fusion weld.
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I think, that T3 turbine with stage 5, A/R .82 is a good choise
That is old-school, choke city!!!

I wouldn't use anything smaller than a "P"-trim turbine and T4 flange on a 3.6.

Stage 5 is kind of small.

Let her breath up top!

Modern turbines spool extremely quick comparing to old designs. No need to use a small turbine and A/R housing.
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That is old-school, choke city!!!

I wouldn't use anything smaller than a "P"-trim turbine and T4 flange on a 3.6.

Stage 5 is kind of small.

Let her breath up top!

Modern turbines spool extremely quick comparing to old designs. No need to use a small turbine and A/R housing.
Thanks...

but I have a max boost 7 or 7.5 psi before intercooler and 6 psi after...I think that "P"-trim turbine and T4 flange on a 3.6 is bigger for low boost, no?
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Very nice TIG work. That looks like Sch.10 pipe - .120" (3 mm) wall? Heavy but so much easier to work with, no rod needed, just fusion weld.
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