Ya i have seen that done on a camaro before. who's car that makes to turbo g1's that i know of. i already have most of the parts to turbo my g1. but i am going to wait until i get started at UTI to finish it up.
don't have them yet but hoping he will add them to the thread if he does have them.94LCoupe said:dyno numbers?
what does the heat have to do with the exhaust pressure? It should work just fine. I have seen this done with a lot of domestic cars and they work great!! No lag or loss of boost ar all. No real high boost numbers but 6-9 Psi and the charge is much cooler because of it being located so far behind the motor. Don't over think this guys. It is much simpler than it looks. The only thing I dislike is the intake where it is. But if there were a way to put in one of those things from AEM that won't allow the water to get to the motor then I think it would be okay. Anyone here actually like the idea or are you all not seeing the potential that I am seeing?Ken said:ive seen that before, but think about this, you drive through a big puddle in the rain, you;re screwed
but when the exhaust gets to teh turbo, it would have cooled down a bit which may cause a lil less pressure to turn the turbine.
not a problem man. Now get on the ball with those vids and sound bites so we can see and hear it!!!stanleyb said:thanks again gooniac1 for posting the pics for me