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2013-02-12 10:05:57
OK guys

We are getting closed to swap time as per dorsey61 , I got myself a GTI-R oil pick-up.

Bought a Greedy Profec Spec 2 Controlled.

I have received all outstanding items

I thinking of leaving the turbo the GT2560R and not using the 2GT8RS wheel, I am really worried about my gearbox at this time plus spool should be awesome

Anymore advice would be great, Will get the motor tommorow

P10 SR20DET with p11 BB turbo, It made 240WHP before it was removed for a VE
2013-02-21 07:43:46
Good Morning Guys\Girl

The SR20DET motor and intercooler has arrived, I have to say thanks to Grimmy for putting up with all my shit 

The Last Dyno before the motor was pulled she put down 220Whp on a BB T25 at 1 Bar , So 164Kw.

Spent most of the weekend stripping down the turbo’s to see how I can make the GT28R Housing Fit, I have decided to try and get the T25 housing ported to accept the GT28RS Compressor wheel, The smaller housing will help with spool but I will lose a little top end but I can live with that since space is a huge issue with this swap.

The Turbo should still be more then 330HP capable but have the same or better spool then the T25 , Picked up the Greddy Spec 2 Boost controller this weekend looks brand new , the same unit I ran on the SX , Thinking of using the greedy Hi \ Lo switch for launching to keep traction.

I have started porting on the J-Pipe , Wish I could get my hands on a divorced setup , can easily gain a few HP there


Ve Oil Pump, chain guides..ect that need to be fitted

Big Mess, I know

Intercooler setup

I will heat wrap the intercooler piping aswell before fitment
2013-02-21 07:50:40
New Turbo Vs Stock Turbo

New Machined , T25 Housing

GT28RS - With a stock T25 W10 Housing

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