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STS Remote Turbo?

Questions and comments about various aftermarket parts and companies who sells these parts. You could also review sellers you've purchased from.

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Posted: Fri May 04, 2007 11:35 am
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I have 94 Z28 that is stock, I have had it for two years now and it is killing me that it is completely stock, Any way, i found this STS remote turbo site, and thinking about building my own setup. I know that i have to upgrade injectors, fuel pump, maybe fuel rail, a nelson pcm. How hard is it going to be? Will my motor be able to stand running at around 7lbs of boost. I have two buddys that dissagree. One says the motor can not take it, and the other says as long as u dont go over that 7psi. What should I do?

Posted: Fri May 04, 2007 8:06 pm
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I think your going to have a whole lot of detonation issues.
1986 Sport Coupe - 350, Bored .030, KB Flat Top Pistons, 10.5:1 Compression Ratio, Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold, L31 Vortec heads, Comp Cams 12-234-2 (for now)

Posted: Sat May 05, 2007 6:35 pm
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Apperantly ...there was a LT1 that they cranked the boost to ..... it took 10 psi before melting down . Ummm tuneing will be key here . Seeing how the Lt1 starts off with a pretty heafty Compression ratio to start with .

Aslo with designing that kit ... you need a oil pump for the turbo . .... a guy named RPM express is selling them for a reaallllllly cheap price right now ( under 3000 I think ) so I would go that route .
1989 Chevy Camaro 353
Edlebrock base and runners ( reallllly ported )
T-5 w/ 3.73 gears
Hotchkis LCA's and PH bar
Energy suspension Motormounts , and tranny mount

exhaust clip
KYB shocks and struts
SLP 1 3/4 headers
T-62 BBS turbo kit to be put on next .


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