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Postby Bayliss » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:46 pm

Alright, the turbo on my 04 auto lib gt blew back in Jan, due to my financials over the past year ive only now got the money to fix it.
Don't want to spend 3k on a new VF38 when I can spend a lil bit more and start my journey onto bigger numbers.
Can anybody point out what I'm missing or if anything wont work or if I'm going about it all wrong.

BLOUCH RBK TD05-18G XTR
http://www.prospeedracing.com.au/produc ... 08-11.html

PSR RACING UNEQUAL LENGTH EXHAUST MANIFOLD
http://www.prospeedracing.com.au/produc ... aders.html

Gonna get dump pipe made by a mate at 4x4 extras here in Perth
Turbo Blanket
Aftermarket blow off
Will book in a tune just haven't decided where to go yet
Will I need to do anything with the intercooler?
Will I need a new intake manifold?
Hoping for 200awkw maybe more idek :?

Cheers,

Actually have no clue what I'm talking about pls help.
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Re: Cart is full should I click confirm?

Postby vinshonz » Fri Oct 13, 2017 2:56 pm

if your intercooler set up is the same as 07/08 gt...

i believe you will need a Processwest intercooler and a special silicone hose to connect to that type of turbo your buying
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Re: Cart is full should I click confirm?

Postby jslayz » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:51 pm

You are 2.0L, do not chase 200Kw......bang!
CURRENT - ATP GTX 3576 - 22psi - 283.7awkw
OLD - Dom 1.5Xtr - Last dyno 254ahkw, previous 238ahkw, first 224awkw.
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Re: Cart is full should I click confirm?

Postby Bayliss » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:22 pm

jslayz wrote:You are 2.0L, do not chase 200Kw......bang!


I'm sure I read that the 2.0 in these libs can take more than that. I was looking at 207s but thats outa my budget.
The engine in the lib is similar to the ej205 isnt it and I thought that those rods went at 400 hp. I'm trying to stay away from 2.5s as well.

Anyway the power isn't super important I just want my car to run and need to know whether I'll be gd with whats in my cart atm.

Nick from All Star Garage told me to go for the Blouch and since people were getting anywhere from 190-220 awkw with these in other subis I thought 200 with stock fuel pump would be alright.

Tell it to me straight if I'm wrong aha I've looked at your ride many times and hopefully my lib can compete one day, aiming for even bigger numbers eventually tho.
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Re: Cart is full should I click confirm?

Postby jslayz » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:52 pm

I can only suggest that you try 180kw at the wheels first....

Going for 200 would be not my recommendation.

I dont rate the oiling on a 20X or 20Y ..........big end starve and spin big end once thermal loading.
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My Lib Pics here: http://forum.liberty.asn.au/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=15523&start=570#p370656
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Re: Cart is full should I click confirm?

Postby Bayliss » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:56 am

alright cheers I'll be more conservative. Ordered the parts yesterday, have forgotten what its like to drive it so super excited to finally have it running again. Hopefully.
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Re: Cart is full should I click confirm?

Postby jslayz » Mon Oct 16, 2017 5:33 pm

Exciting times! Good luck.
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