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here is a y2k turbo

http://www.turboneticsinc.com/y2k.html

Y2K Series Turbochargers are a durable mid-sized frame turbocharger capable of supporting up to 1,200 horsepower from a single turbocharger application. They work great in twin turbo 2,000 + horsepower applications. Ceramic Ball Bearing only.
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and this celica is a 1000 bhp drag car it has the same

DETAILS:
-2003 Toyota Celica GT-S
-Best ET: 8.17 @ 185 mph
-2.7 Toyota 3RZ-FE Four Cylinder
980 hp @ 7,700 rpm, 740 @ 4,700 lb-ft of torque
-LC Engineering oil pan
-JE custom pistons and rings
-TRD custom titanium connecting rods, headwork, valves, valve springs and retainers
-TRD custom camshafts with LC Engineering cam gears
-TRD custom intake manifold, fuel rail, and throttle body
-Weldon fuel regulator and fuel pump
-eight Bosche 1600cc injectors
-TRD custom exhaust manifold
-Turbonetics Y2K hybrid turbocharger, Godzilla blow-off valve and new generation waste-gate
-Spearco air-to-liquid intercooler
-C & R Racing Radiator
-Fortin 5 speed sequential transmission
-G-Force Engineering long shifter
-Tilton triple plate carbon/carbon clutch
-Motec CDI box ignition
-Penske custom 8100 shocks with Eibach springs
-Mark Willliams carbon disk brakes
-Weld Racing 15x12.5f, 15x4r forged aluminum wheels
-Goodyear 29x9x15f, skinny rear tires
-Frank's Custom Fiberglass carbon fiber body and integrated TRD sideskirts
-County Line Autobody and Paint, CG Airworks airbrushing
-WORLD electronics TBC-1 digital touchscreen and fully interactive boost control
-Motec M880 fuel management system
-Nomex covered custom carbon/kevlar shell with a molded Indy-style seat
-MOMO steering wheel and pedals

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Re: Re: check this mother out

Damd VI said:
At first glance it looks quite like Inconel. McLaren used it for the exhaust on the F1.

Hideously expensive, as it's very, very light.
mate i thought so

i forgot how to pronounce it clivew told me about it 2 yrs back, yep looks real expensive :) u can tell its quality
 

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said it was something special my manifold for my GTI-R should be very similar to this one.The pipework and quality of welds up close is nothing short of brilliant.
The way they have put together the dry sump kit is a picture also shame the car weighs so much it can't compete with the early evo lightweights and there 8 second 1/4s .
 

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Is there any particular reason it is dry sumped?

(thats not an inflamitory question before someone says something, because everyone always says the sump is good enough as is?)
 

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robinsongtir said:
Moses
said it was something special my manifold for my GTI-R should be very similar to this one.The pipework and quality of welds up close is nothing short of brilliant.
The way they have put together the dry sump kit is a picture also shame the car weighs so much it can't compete with the early evo lightweights and there 8 second 1/4s .
i know what u mean now peter, its def a ******* cool manifold bros :) all the best with yours mate cant wait to see your finish article

and c# chris why dont u give rc a call yourself and find out why :D

peter didnt build it he is one of their customers who is getting his pulsar drag car tuned from them bud
 

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C# said:
Is there any particular reason it is dry sumped?

More power. The crank isn't having to cut through the oil in the oilpan on each revolution. Be quite a loss on an engine as powerful as that.

Either that, or they are/were getting oil surge in high speed corners, with the oil all running to one side of the sump.
 
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