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Bottom end,Eagle rods,YCP vitaras cometic head gasket
Head:supertech valves/springs kit
Neukin manifold, new gasket, tial wastegate/wastegate pipe..cant remember what else...any input would be appreciated
 

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picks of said manifold would be a plus, if its cast then most of the larger turbos will require heavy grinding on the block to remove material to install big turbos

i am currently building engine with a gt2560r smallest of the bigger turbo's and still requires alot of material to be removed.
 

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Every time I see a 92+ turbo setup it always surprises me how much more damn room there is than an EF under the hood.
 

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How much power you wanna make?

Borg Warner S252SXE or S257SXE would be my current choice for a big power D16.
 

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That looks like a t04b cover, so it could be a an S, H, or V-trim (3-400whp). You *need* to measure the small diameter of both wheels w/in 1/16" to get an idea what it really is. To give you an idea why, 1/4" is what separates a 60 trim t3 (300whp) from a 50 trim t4 (425whp). Also count the number of blades - t04b has 8 large & 16 total, t04e has 6/12 count.

If it's an s-trim, 250whp with moderate boost. If it's actually the china 46-trim t04e wheel, 350whp could be done with 15-20psi & a few drops of jesus piss (luck) in your tank.
 

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Ugh that low compression is gonna suck.
yeah I can agree with you there... if I could go back and change my build when I was collecting parts I would've went with a higher compression piston... but they work for what they are.... holding 300whp+ for me for 3 years no problems.... but I would recommend contacting Greg at Go-autoworks for turbo advice and competitive pricing on them... Good luck!
 
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