How do you rate this product? I still have not got a yes or no from the group, on whether I will have to do a chip change again. I realized that I might want to twin turbo my truck. I have one of the hypertech chips for my truck but I've not installed it. As far as fuel mileage, it does have more to do with driving style but typically you are going to eat more fuel. Some of the components shown above may look different from what will be included with your kit. Nothing better than hearing the turbo spool at light throttle, then the blow off valve evacuating the unneeded air.
Estimated lead time is 3-6 weeks. They have a built in heater to keep the sensor hot when it is mounted down in the collector. Used on some engines to measure air temperature on air coming into throttle body. The hardest part is fuel management. You'll need to also mount a blowoff valve set it to 2psi higher than your wastegate is set to, so it will pop during pressure spikes. I see one here egr looks like its in a screwed up location but I guess it works?? Its overkill, a non intercooled system can provide more than what the engine can handle. Yeah they kinda bite but they seem to do the job.
Fuel pumps Lots of choices! A coil capable of 40K+ volts is required and is not included with the kit; coils are available for purchase. Spread bore Square bore 2 barrel- Holley 10. If any one has done these mods and have had to change the chip please let me know. For the fuel only conversion you will retain your stock distributor but will need a special filter to run between your ignition and the computer. My only two requirements are basically just not pulling the motor out again, and not absolutely killing my gas mileage. It can be done fairly cheap if you have some experience in custom system designing. Parts are easy to come by at any parts store.
Must be mounted in flowing coolant near thermostat. If so then you are retarded, just like me. It really wouldn't matter that much if the motor held 10psi, the heads can't flow it. Here's an idea of what one looks like when pulled. Also he has already floated a valve taking it through the mud, which is how all this got started. Here's the harness you need and the pile of stuff removed.
Now you have the right option, and you don't need a Cummins to get it done and have that sound! The truck is an auto with about 170000 miles on it right now. If your engine is already equipped with this style distributor, this option is best as you already have the cap, rotor, wires and the proper connections to make the conversion. So the motor and trans will be rebuilt so any input on that would also help. The 454 is larger with close to 2 inch bores. I am very happy with these mods, there have been no problems at all. Here is what your kit will include.
The engine can't benefit from it anyway since the bottom end can't take much boost. You could pull from donor but a new one is cheap. You have a choice to modify your tank for an in tank pump or mount one external to the tank. I wouldn't bother with an intercooler. I've always thought the intakes sucked for the most part. The injectors are different sizes. Be the first to review this product! These distributors are a more expensive option and well worth the expense for both looks and performance.
While it is true that you won't have to hit the throttle as hard due to the extra power chances are you will hold the throttle a little longer than before. Run the turbo intake into the stock location, an internal wastegate would be the easiest to use. You can get a turbomaster kit, or make your own using the stock vacuum wastegate controller. . I am going to the Edelbrock Aluminum heads and intake next.
Also, use top-mounted hangers with springs and side-mounted hangers with rubber grommets. Keeps All Stock Parts and Accessories. And do they make a dual conversion kit? After everything is fitted, you need to mount a boost sensor to your intake and have a handheld boost gauge handy. The universals just splice onto the wire from the harness. This is the turbo kit you have been looking for! There are many ways to do this. I love pulling up next to a fox body mustang and playin.
My brother in-law and I where talking the other day about getting more power out of his Z71. I understand the stock heads sucks and that intake and heads were gunna be swapped either way. In all honesty, I drive my truck everyday to work and back. We will have another page for programming equipment, software and accessories needed for changing bin files on chips and another on Tuning! I'm also considering maybe just buying a stock 5. So Can you put a sts turbo set up on a 94 z71? Best thing to do is go to junkyard and find a motor similar size as yours and get the complete system and parts. Anyone have any history with modifications to this setup? Has a number like 1227747 is used here. For more information check out links to forums.
No obligation at all but if you want to toss a little my way. Flexible Fitment For Many Turbos. Please select your intercooler size, and it will be added to your turbo kit. For headers It is recommend a 3 wire heated sensor mounted in collector behind the header, not in the header. After doing alittle research we couldn't find anything on this. Thanks The only thing with swapping out to an ls motor is all the wiring and computer stuff.