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Old 12-15-2012, 02:09 PM   #376
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Yep, a twin scroll 10cm housing. I have a thread about my plan in the 2.5l section. I'm deciding between rotated, a single scroll stock frame, or a twin scroll stock frame turbo. Eventually going big rotated power down the road
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:14 PM   #377
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MP- also got my boat email going . Lmk what i owe ya !! And yeah that turbo ain't no joke!!
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:17 PM   #378
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Yes I mean oem Jdm twin scroll manifold. So no matter what I'm getting that and just need to decide what to do. I think rotated might be the best option.
we could also do a jdm up-pipe adapter that allows you to run t3 or t4 flanged turbos in a rotated fashion. This is a good option for those that may want to run oem fitment jdm turbos down the road.
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:22 PM   #379
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Oh hell ya that would be my choice lol . Rotated so much better!!!

Can't wait to see the 6 inch intake and filter going to the s400
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:51 PM   #380
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we could also do a jdm up-pipe adapter that allows you to run t3 or t4 flanged turbos in a rotated fashion. This is a good option for those that may want to run oem fitment jdm turbos down the road.
I like this idea, would it be cheaper than a rotated up pipe too?
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Old 12-15-2012, 05:06 PM   #381
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we could also do a jdm up-pipe adapter that allows you to run t3 or t4 flanged turbos in a rotated fashion. This is a good option for those that may want to run oem fitment jdm turbos down the road.
wish i knew this before I bought my turbo.

Already have the headers and up-pipe, and downpipe though.
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Old 12-15-2012, 07:30 PM   #382
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I agree on the needs of an individual. that's why I'm staying 5mt and I looooove the load I see while doing a pull it's begging for the new turbo and built bottom end. Need to get back to school first though.

MP: I have to ask..what are some more specs on the XT build that you guys have? As far as motor/turbo and what all is don't to the driveline? You mentioned you went back to the 5mt so this had me wondering what is all in your set up. I know the fozzy weighs a bit more so it probably sees a bit more stress on the driveline at times than say my WRX Limited.
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Old 12-17-2012, 05:08 PM   #383
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Yep - you pretty much have to double-clutch every up and down shift to keep from prematurely wearing it out...or, drive it non-clutch violent all the time (which sounds fun!!)
Not at all. Just a matter of timing your shifts.


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Old 12-17-2012, 07:25 PM   #384
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I like this idea, would it be cheaper than a rotated up pipe too?
it would be a little bit cheaper, yes!

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wish i knew this before I bought my turbo.

Already have the headers and up-pipe, and downpipe though.
That's okay - the options are out there for whatever you want to do! Shoot us a PM for some possibilities.

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I agree on the needs of an individual. that's why I'm staying 5mt and I looooove the load I see while doing a pull it's begging for the new turbo and built bottom end. Need to get back to school first though.

MP: I have to ask..what are some more specs on the XT build that you guys have? As far as motor/turbo and what all is don't to the driveline? You mentioned you went back to the 5mt so this had me wondering what is all in your set up. I know the fozzy weighs a bit more so it probably sees a bit more stress on the driveline at times than say my WRX Limited.
The car weighs 3360 without the driver. The driveline has the Moore Performance 5 speed with re-worked gears, female axle inputs mated to sti axles and a 3.9 final drive mated to an r180 using an o.g. ATS clutch pack diff. Blast plates and good fluid as well. Huge diam. wheels on it too (a stock sti tire is right around 25" tall, whereas the fozz is running close to a 27" tall tire), so it definitely sees a lot of load in gear. Holding up excellent thus far!

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Not at all. Just a matter of timing your shifts.

Pfitzner Performance Gearbox - How to drive a dog box - YouTube

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Shipping out some plates this week! And cool vid! I'd love to have that r32! We're building an r33 right now, but still have a soft spot for the r32 . I was mainly talking about wear on the dog setups. Sure they can be granny driven, but those that build/service them on a regular basis seem to agree that they'll need more servicing if they're putzed around, or not up/down double clutched (even in the video the chap mentions heel/toe downshift...which i'm sure he double clutched).
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Old 12-17-2012, 07:49 PM   #385
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i think i'm passing on the dog trans. seems like more work than i want to do.

back to saving up for a built one that would work better for me.
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MP: I have to ask..what are some more specs on the XT build that you guys have? As far as motor/turbo and what all is don't to the driveline? You mentioned you went back to the 5mt so this had me wondering what is all in your set up. I know the fozzy weighs a bit more so it probably sees a bit more stress on the driveline at times than say my WRX Limited.
I hate to get this off topic but the shop forester hasn't been been shown to the public yet but there are some teaser videos out there:


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Old 12-17-2012, 10:55 PM   #387
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Sounds good. Would like more details on the gear box. Even if by PM. I'm about to send an 06/07 box out to the boys on the east coast.
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Old 12-19-2012, 06:10 PM   #388
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Is there any videos of how the twin scroll open dump downpipe sounds?
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Old 12-19-2012, 06:58 PM   #389
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was looking at your downpipe. can you pm me a pic of one for an ewg with cat.
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Merry Christmas to you guys . Seas are nice this week .

Sent y'all an email!!
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Old 12-21-2012, 07:41 AM   #391
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Sent y'all an email!!
Just curious... What do you do out at sea that you come home and leave every few weeks??
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Just curious... What do you do out at sea that you come home and leave every few weeks??
I'm a merchant marine. Work on an ocean going tug pulling ro ro barges.

136 ft tug/780 ft three deck barges. We go to San Juan and then back to fl.

Now and again we do contract work like 110 day trip to Africa.
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MP- sent you guys some money. So that's 1400 total so far. Ttyl
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Old 12-21-2012, 05:05 PM   #394
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Sounds good. Would like more details on the gear box. Even if by PM. I'm about to send an 06/07 box out to the boys on the east coast.
PM'd you!

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Is there any videos of how the twin scroll open dump downpipe sounds?
Unfortunately we don't have any right now. Not that it's a big surprise, but it's LOUD!

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was looking at your downpipe. can you pm me a pic of one for an ewg with cat.
Are you speaking of the twin scroll downpipe?

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MP- sent you guys some money. So that's 1400 total so far. Ttyl
Received. let's keep the emails going Rob.
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Yeah lots of options ^. !! Didn't mean to confuse you.
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non twin scroll. it would be connected to a atp gtx3071 w/ ewg.
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non twin scroll. it would be connected to a atp gtx3071 w/ ewg.
i can't for the life of me find a picture of that particular one. Sorry! It looks like the one in the original post, but the dump looks more like the picture of the twin scroll setup, if that makes any sense at all.
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i can't for the life of me find a picture of that particular one. Sorry! It looks like the one in the original post, but the dump looks more like the picture of the twin scroll setup, if that makes any sense at all.
Looks like this IIRC: https://www.himni-racing.com/images/...r_external.JPG ... R just means its ball bearing no??
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I figured it was loud I wanted to compare it to a tail 38. Want to decide if I want to keep it iwg open dump, twin 38 ewg, or iwg re routed. I LOVE how the stock twin scroll manifold sounds, and don't know if the sound would be ruined by a ewg/dump
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Any updates on these plates?
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