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post #1 of 108 (permalink) Old 06-06-2013, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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Supercharged Parts Soon to Be for Sale!

I know this should be in the for sale, but I don't have the parts for sale yet.
Just wanted to see if anyone would be interested in a few weeks when I remove.
I've got:
-stock m62 sc with quick change hub and 2.9 pulley ran great without cooling mods.
-siemens #60 injectors and LSJ harness adaptor
-possibly a dp, looks like an aftermarket 2.5
-k&n typhoon intake for LSJ

Just wanted to see if this would actually sell here or only on css

07 LSJ turbo swap
-to4e 50 trim .63 a/r @ 19psi
-2.5" intercooler system with zzp bov
-2.5" exhaust
-turbonetics deltagate II w/voodoo boost controller
-3" intake
-siemens #60s
-aem uego wideband afr
-HP custom tune


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post #2 of 108 (permalink) Old 06-06-2013, 10:29 AM
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Ahh, I was hoping you had a top swap for an N/A car...

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Oh like lsj head?

07 LSJ turbo swap
-to4e 50 trim .63 a/r @ 19psi
-2.5" intercooler system with zzp bov
-2.5" exhaust
-turbonetics deltagate II w/voodoo boost controller
-3" intake
-siemens #60s
-aem uego wideband afr
-HP custom tune


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No, just the blower, intake manifold, IC pump...yada yada

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Oh well I can sell the blower and pulley! I'm keeping the stock ic system. No reason to change it. I'll be running around 350hp and iats always stayed low with my system supercharged, never over 70

07 LSJ turbo swap
-to4e 50 trim .63 a/r @ 19psi
-2.5" intercooler system with zzp bov
-2.5" exhaust
-turbonetics deltagate II w/voodoo boost controller
-3" intake
-siemens #60s
-aem uego wideband afr
-HP custom tune


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Hmmm....

I might consider....

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You'll also be selling the heat exchanger, ic pump bracket, tensioner, idler, alternator bracket, exhaust mani, downpipe, and you'll wanna buy a new catback too

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post #8 of 108 (permalink) Old 06-06-2013, 10:49 AM Thread Starter
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Like I said up top.. using the stock ic system. Might already have a usable 2.5" dp, and has new 2.5" cat back

07 LSJ turbo swap
-to4e 50 trim .63 a/r @ 19psi
-2.5" intercooler system with zzp bov
-2.5" exhaust
-turbonetics deltagate II w/voodoo boost controller
-3" intake
-siemens #60s
-aem uego wideband afr
-HP custom tune


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You'll need a new downnpipe and I suggest a 3" catback for the amount of power you want. Having an intercooler will be more than enough cooling

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post #10 of 108 (permalink) Old 06-06-2013, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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If I have enough cash I'll go 3" but I'm only gunna be around 350 for now. What do you mean about the intercooler? I'm gonna keep my stock heat exchanger system. Got it all planned out.

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For now might need to keep my 2.5" full system

07 LSJ turbo swap
-to4e 50 trim .63 a/r @ 19psi
-2.5" intercooler system with zzp bov
-2.5" exhaust
-turbonetics deltagate II w/voodoo boost controller
-3" intake
-siemens #60s
-aem uego wideband afr
-HP custom tune


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