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Old 11-12-2012, 04:41 PM   #61
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solid numbers! we need to race now :P drive up here to washington lol
Thank and no to Washington. I don't like going North of Austin.
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Hate to resurrect the thread but this build looks to be exactly what I want to do with my car long term. Robert you stated that you ran the 700bb turbos for 3 years on the stock block; do you remember what supporting mods you had to go along with that? So far I've got the basics done of suspension, wheels, brakes, clutch and flywheel soon. I was wondering if it would be advantageous to get the rev-up oil pump and/or the stillen oil cooler?

Edit: So after digging around some more I found the build list you were using on the stock block and it looks like I'm on the right path. The only thing I'm a little unsure of is the advantages to an oil catch can but I'll do some more digging.

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Hate to resurrect the thread but this build looks to be exactly what I want to do with my car long term. Robert you stated that you ran the 700bb turbos for 3 years on the stock block; do you remember what supporting mods you had to go along with that? So far I've got the basics done of suspension, wheels, brakes, clutch and flywheel soon. I was wondering if it would be advantageous to get the rev-up oil pump and/or the stillen oil cooler?

Edit: So after digging around some more I found the build list you were using on the stock block and it looks like I'm on the right path. The only thing I'm a little unsure of is the advantages to an oil catch can but I'll do some more digging.
Supporting mod for the 700BB on stock block... EMS and anything to help keep engine temps down. JWT Clutch/Flywheel. Turbo back exhaust.
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Thanks, I'll definitely plan on getting an oil cooler then. Forgot to mention I've already got a catback exhaust and will probably be getting art pipes soon too.
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Ok after reading through your posts again I have one more question. For the 700bb kit on the stock block at low boost did you have to get adjusted wastegate springs or did it work fine stock?

Edit: oh **** it's late and I forgot you were using the hks bov, maybe you'll know the answer anyway but I'll probably just call jwt and ask

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I ran an HKS BOV but the stock spring waste gates are fine.
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