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We started on our C7 twin turbo project last week. We're currently waiting on a pair of custom head flanges to arrive so we can get started on fabrication.

We will have the car out at the Texas Mile in late March. For now, here's our goals:

- Stock powertrain
- 600-650whp on 93 octane fuel
- Capability to make 1000+whp with built powertrain
- Full production kit, which can be installed in-house, or sent out through mail-order


We will build jigs and set everything up for mass production, once testing is complete. We'll have more info as development unfolds.


Thanks,

-BW
 

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Our C7 304L stainless flanges are ready. These are 100% machined (not water jet or laser cut) out of 304 low carbon stainless. They are available in 3/8" and 1/2".



They'll accept 1 7/8" .065" wall tubing inside the flange, for final welding inside and out if you wish. As soon as our 1 7/8" gets here, we'll be able to start on our 4-1 turbo manifolds.
 

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Finally making some headway..






I should have the turbo mounted on the passenger side tomorrow, and start on the driver's side header as well.
 
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