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Old 06-02-2012, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Compound/staged turbo setup E85 (picture heavy)

hi Guys,
I've been on the forums for some years but never really posted. Here are some pics of what I am building. Hope you guys like it.

I cnc-ed some flanges that go from oval to round. So I can weld the manifold runners directly on. Here are some pics om my manifolds. The pipes are 316Ti and the flanges are just steel but pretty thick to support the oval to round shape.




I'm running a precision billet GTX28 a like turbo as the small turbo running from both the banks. The exhaust discharge go to a regular (non billet) GT42 a like turbo (also from precision) that I use as a 'big stage' turbo charger. Hopefully I dont have much lag. I'm using one external wastegate per bank to bypass the GTX28, along with it's internal wastegate. Here are two pictures on the setup in the car:



Also i'm making a custom intake manifold. I already posted some pics on the setup here on the forums, I'm running 6 injectors for pump gas and 6 injectors for E85 or for race gas.

I'm using the new AEM gen 2 ECU, so I have 6 peak and hold drivers for the old style denso 720cc pump gas injectors and 6 regular injector drivers for the 2000cc EV-14 bosch injectors for race gas.

I'm running two seperate fuel systems, the stock system for pump gas and I made a small tank behind the rear sets for racegas (or E85).


Mixing the E85 with pumpgas is no real option, as there are hardly any places here where you can buy E85, so it's better to have two tanks and a dashboard controlled switch with 3 selections (race-full race-are you crazy).

I'm ording a billet end plate for the 6 speed transmission; I already welded the bellhouse. We got a full new transmission from the dealership btw, they are pretty cheap over here.

Also bought a new transfer case from 3sx performance. I might have the gears done on that transfer case, if anyone have some suggestions (cryogenic something), please let me know.

Axles and shafts are stock, we're not going to dragrace.
Changed my RPS twin plate for a carbonetic tripple. Hope the pedal is less stiff.

I'm tuning the engine on a superflow SF-902 engine dyno.

The old configuration of this car was just a built block, GT368-SX turbos, FMIC.. stock cams.. It was fast, very fast, but we're now going for lightspeed

Well that's it, I can share a lot more pics, also from my other projects. Let me know what you guys think. I'm in Amsterdam the Netherlands, maybe smoked too much pot

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Old 06-02-2012, 12:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Now that's a build. Gotta say I'm loving the 2 sets of injectors idea. Much more complicated than my flex fuel option, but way cooler too.
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Old 06-02-2012, 01:51 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice Arnout! Love the headers!

Are y'all not in Haarlem anymore?

Is this still Arjens car?

Could you take a picture of the hood closed?
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Old 06-02-2012, 02:10 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Nice work my friend. and never too much, makes for better ideas.
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Old 06-02-2012, 02:35 PM   #5 (permalink)
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You arent kidding, I think you did smoke too much pot! Thats some sick work!
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Old 06-02-2012, 02:43 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Crazy! *patiently waits for Mark to chime in*
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Wow looks great! Amazing all that fits under hood of these cars guess all this other stuff under my hood is junk. Lol
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Old 06-02-2012, 03:26 PM   #8 (permalink)
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finally a tread that has the words "stage turbo" and actually delivers lol.

What IC set up are you going to run? going to fab your own piping I'm assuming?

Keep it up and keep the pics coming!
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Cool build, but why make things more difficult than they have to be? In for track times! Good luck with the build.

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Hmmmmm Arnout you need some side work in Holland lol,never knew you were such a fabber and advancer of the forum. Looking great! DuTch FTW
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