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Road to 350 wheel hp / unknown torque. - Tell me your setup


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So let's say you have a 93 GTST, bone stock RB25 DET. You don't want a alibaba build but a budget build with quality parts. What would use to get to a dependable 350 wheel horse power vehicle? I am new to the skyline world, mine is on order at the moment and about 5 weeks out. So far, below is what I have picked up that I would need but I have no clue what parts/brands etc. Again, keep budget in mind if at all possible. No I don't want to LS it, thanks.

1. ECU (Haltech?)

2. Intercooler (what brand?)

3. Exhaust (trying to find a used one currently in good condition)

4. Intercooler (what brand, which model?)? 

5. Injectors? (650? 700?) Max I would put the car to is probably 425hp or so. So, I don't need some crazy.

6. Fuel pump?

7. Manifold?

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10. What am I missing? ^

Thanks for anyone that takes the time to share adult responses and assistful input. 

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21 minutes ago, sL0w_P0k3 said:

Florida. But yes, I would like to know exactly what they are getting / prices and of course hp. :)

Australian prices or ridiculous American prices mate?

 

Put an ls1 in it.

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58 minutes ago, sL0w_P0k3 said:

Florida. But yes, I would like to know exactly what they are getting / prices and of course hp. :)

God u Americans are lazy.

it takes more than 10 minutes to read through threads, see what has and hasn’t worked for various people.

you want people to spoon feed u all the answers.

keep reading, Google the brands people are using for various parts and then find out who can sell it to u the cheapest 

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1 hour ago, Duncan said:

Others will know better than me, but I'd guess a gtst will get to 260kw with a high flow standard turbo, powerfc, exhaust and possibly injectors. This is a well trodden path

All of this. You will need intercooler and larger injectors. Add e85 for around 300rwkw

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You’ll need a precision 6870, 6 boost manifold, twin gates, 4in exhuast, cams, intake manifold, injectors, 3 fuel pumps, 100mm front mount intercooler, ecu, clutch, probably the a mechanical center put into the diff and you’ll definitely reach your 350hp goal with that 

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9 hours ago, sL0w_P0k3 said:

Ah the ignorance of little kiddos. 😂 

 

Thanks to those that are helping and not still sucking on mommies titties 

Good luck with trying to find a good used exhaust in America. If only there was a way to make one.

I like how your thorough list has intercooler on it twice. Seems like you are really doing your homework.

 

 

 

Also please keep in mind looking to have a dependable 28 year old car that is going to also make more power than stock and that has had the speed wound back a couple of times is a fairly  unreasonable ask. 

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On 3/26/2021 at 10:55 PM, sL0w_P0k3 said:

Thanks for anyone that takes the time to share adult responses and assistful input.

Adult responses are always available, to those who bother to research, at least a little, first, Sarcasm is reserved for Oxygen Thieves. After all its a turbo charged straight six engine, NOT a Formula one conundrum.

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1 hour ago, Ben C34 said:

Good luck with trying to find a good used exhaust in America. If only there was a way to make one.

I like how your thorough list has intercooler on it twice. Seems like you are really doing your homework.

 

 

 

Also please keep in mind looking to have a dependable 28 year old car that is going to also make more power than stock and that has had the speed wound back a couple of times is a fairly  unreasonable ask. 

You got it precious!

 

Triggered you so much, you feel the need to keep on and on. Can’t get me out of your mouth: 😂 

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14 minutes ago, sL0w_P0k3 said:

  You got it precious!

 

Triggered you so much, you feel the need to keep on and on. Can’t get me out of your mouth: 😂 

Haha.  You really are going struggle mate. Best of luck with the beast when you get it. Hope it's not too rusty and hasn't done 500,000ks {odometer will show between 70,000 and 140,000 regardless)

 Is the car you are getting an auto?

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This guy is definitely going to have all sorts of pain owning a car like this.

You have to upgrade pretty much everything to get 260kw. The only difference between what you need for 260kw and 560kw is the engine build part. Still need every supporting mod, and buying a 260kw turbo is much the same price as a 560kw turbo.

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