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    Dragalanche new turbo setup

    This is why I sold the STS kit. I think it's gonna make some good power, not that I'm looking to break any records, but I'm sure it'll lay 500hp to the wheels easily.

    I'm installing a small a/w intercooler, heat exchanger and that'll be it for now. Later I'll add an ice box, but not really needed right now.

    As you can see, I'll need to mount a small aluminum box in place of the meth pump, which will be my coolant overflow tank.

    Along with these mods, I swapped out the coils for bags in the rear, added a pump, tank and relocated the battery to the rear for the hell of it.
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    Looks Wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy better in person!

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    Cool deal Allen. Why did you flip the manifold if its going to be a single???
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    Quote Originally Posted by bangbangskeetskeet View Post
    Cool deal Allen. Why did you flip the manifold if its going to be a single???
    Not sure what you're asking. I flipped the manifold so I didn't have to build a log type manifold/header. I like the idea of having two separate runners going into the turbo instead of shoving one end in the rear and then out a single port, eeewwhh, that sounds nasty, lol.

    The driver's side is a stock manifold and the passenger is flipped, saved tons of money that way. I wanted a powerful budget kit, I think I got it.

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    Looks great!
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    Sold: 1981 GMC LB RC 1500 2002 4.8L 4L60E 12 bolt 3.73 Richmond Lock Right AC PS Nelson Performance tuning

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    looks badass

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    Baller on a budget! Looks good dude

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    cool setup

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    love the DP setup
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    That looks awesome. Can't wait to see it in person. SAR?
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