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    MP t76 5.3.

    This is my official build thread for my trubo set up. I have a ton of work to do but here r some pic of recent progress.
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    More turbo pics
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    More intake pics
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    Built the upper half of the down pipe last night.
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    hell ya looks nice

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    thanks

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    you port the intake manifold yourself? if so how'd you do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by canada4g63 View Post
    you port the intake manifold yourself? if so how'd you do it?
    Here r some pics of the intake porting. U can just epoxy the top back on if ur not boosting it. I fiberglassed the inside of the top to keep all those holes sealed up and then I ended up epoxiing the top on then fiberglassed the seams with epoxy resin to help hold it together under boost. I still have to bench test it for boost to make sure it will hold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canada4g63 View Post
    you port the intake manifold yourself? if so how'd you do it?
    Same question I have. Good looking work you have.
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    Just some epoxy primer and base clear. Automotive paint works great if it's kept to a minimal thickness. The only thing u can't paint is the heads or headers. Any color u desire can be applied. Anything in a rattle can is normally garbage. Use proper auto body products.

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