Twin Turbo Build!

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I've been getting a lot of messages from members who are interested in the progress of my twin turbo build so I figured I would share with all.

Ill try to help answer any questions I can, and I'm sure my builder, Fathouse Fabrication will chime in to help.

And please be respectful and don't forget the golden rule, If you have nothing nice to say, say nothing!

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Twin Precision Turbos Gen 2 6266 Turbos! The turbos in the photos are for mock up use and not the ones that will make its home under my hood.
GT350 emblem and turbo.jpg
GT350 Engine Coming Out.jpg
GT350 Engine Out.jpg
GT350 Pass Header.jpg
GT350 Dr Side Header.jpg
GT350 Pass Header Start.jpg
GT350 Dr Header Almost Done.jpg
GT350 Engine From Back with Headers.jpg





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I have a GT350 that I'm looking to build for my GT. I was told by some engine builders to not use the flat plane crank in a high hp application due to the harmonics created by the crank.
Will you be sticking with the flat plane crank? Do you have a built engine? What are your hp goal?
I'll be following this build closely as I'll be adding a Whipple to my GT350 engine and am not sure which direction to go with the engine build.
 

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What an awesome build. I don't want FI on my own car but I love seeing these builds! Can't wait to see the final product. Good luck!
 
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I have a GT350 that I'm looking to build for my GT. I was told by some engine builders to not use the flat plane crank in a high hp application due to the harmonics created by the crank.
Will you be sticking with the flat plane crank? Do you have a built engine? What are your hp goal?
I'll be following this build closely as I'll be adding a Whipple to my GT350 engine and am not sure which direction to go with the engine build.
Yes, keeping the crank...hoping to run about 800hp with low boost on E85....engine is stock except for crank and oil pump gears.
 

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Ok cool. I'm sure you won't have any issues unless you decide to turn the wick up on those turbos!! Lol

I'm looking to hit 900-1000whp out of mine when I drop it in.
 
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Ok cool. I'm sure you won't have any issues unless you decide to turn the wick up on those turbos!! Lol

I'm looking to hit 900-1000whp out of mine when I drop it in.
I thought about going for a big number pull on the dyno...but I'm still undecided....I would hate to unexpectedly find this engines limit...just to post a number...
 

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Excited to see this build. Please oh please tell me you plan to take this car to a track.

I'm all for seeing how much power the stock Voodoo can take, but since you have the motor out, would it be too much trouble and expense to do a set of rods and pistons? Hellion put some in a car that were the exact same weight as the stock ones so no balance issues. Also how high do you plan to turn this thing.
 
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Excited to see this build. Please oh please tell me you plan to take this car to a track.

I'm all for seeing how much power the stock Voodoo can take, but since you have the motor out, would it be too much trouble and expense to do a set of rods and pistons? Hellion put some in a car that were the exact same weight as the stock ones so no balance issues. Also how high do you plan to turn this thing.
I got a quote on how much to build the engine...its not cheap...I'm talking about 10-15K if I remember..Im not going to push this till it blows...so we should be able to make 800hp without carnage...

Hell ya I'm going to track it! The lower turbos will help with weight issues as opposed to having them up high infront of the engine, and I plan to put on a set of super light weight Forgelines to help offset some of the weight of the turbos...
 

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Awesome build! Looking forward to more photos!!
 

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Looks good! you should have no boost creap issues
 
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