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Old December 31st, 2015, 02:16 PM   #1
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PaulP's G3 Twin Turbo Build

Just this time last winter i was installing a paxton on my stock motor, Paxton build link- Paxton G3 Build

Which performed very well all summer with my mods trouble free, The car dynoed 692rwhp and was a blast to drive all summer, In the 1/4 mile my best et was a 11.2 at 128mph, living high up in canada and not a pro track by any means , makes alot less power than sea level, to give you an idea stock vipers run 12.6-13 seconds , Teds Gen 2 roe 650whp ran 11.7, vettes stock and zr1's run 12.9-13.5, stock gallardo runs 12.9, ferrrari 599 gtb runs 12.3, So my stock block with stock paxton 3.75" pulley that produced 8psi i think the car did very good at a 11.2 with a 1.85 60ft that easily could have been improved. To me it just doesn't make any sense to build the block for a paxton when i can build the block for TT's since i probably would be doing it down the road. So now that a few friends of mine have talked me into twin turbos and to change with the times, get rid of the dated so called supercharger as they say. Time to start another winter project, In this build I'm not looking for a 2-3 year build or project! Not interested in ridiculous man hrs and to be a one off build, My goal here is to enjoy the car drive it put miles on it and kick a lot of ass on the street. Im going for 1,000RWHP on the street and thats it (pump gas), The engine will be built for 1400+ but will be running it detuned vs running it at close to max, rather it over built than under built. This is where my friend Todd comes in, he sold me on his main caps with engine GIRDLE is the key word here, with custom grind cam, rods & pistons, ati damper,etc. The TT kit i talked with Will at RSI for few months over the summer and bought a 67/66 precision stage 3 TT kit in fall, I was looking for a kit that i could do in my garage like the paxton and not turn my clean garage into a fab shop welding, cutting, grinding, and a stupid amount of man hrs. I was very happy with the RSI fuel system last winter so was easy to get this kit for my TT build, Todd suggest that i go oilless turbos so i bought a set threw todd comps oilless setup, i will run the 67/66 precisions this summer if they give me any oil issues i will replace them with the comps oilless turbos. Now that the paxton kits sold time for the winter wrenching to start in my garage again!

ENGINE:
Forged Pistons & Rods
Billet Main Caps
A&C Engine Girdle
A&C Custom Grind Cam
Roe TB
ATI Damper
170 T-Stat
Exotic Engines Breather System With Oil Catch Can
New Spark Plug Wires With Plug Boots
Screamin Demon Coils

TWIN TURBO SYSTEM
67/66 Precision Turbos T3 .82AR
Comp Oilless BB Turbos (On The Shelf)
Tial Q-BOV'S
Precision Wastegates - 46mm
RSI Stage 3 Air-To-Air Intercooler
RSI All Hard Pipe Kit Stage 3:
Cold Side Pipes Powder Coated Black
Hott Side Pipes Ceramic Coated Black

FUEL SYSTEM:
RSI Triple Hanger
-8 Feed
-6 Return
Aeromotive Fuel Regulator
3- AEM’s 320lph E85 Compatible Fuel Pumps
3rd Pump On A Hobbs Switch
80lb Injectors
RSI Fuel Rails

DRIVETRAIN:
Stock T56
Spec 3+ Clutch
Steel Flywheel
Fidenza Flywheel (Fired POS)
Polyurethane Engine and Transmission Mounts From Woodhouse
Gen 4 Differential
Knuckle Support Braces

EXHAUST:
3" With Magnaflow Muffler

ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:
AEM V1
John Reed Racing Harness
3-Bar Map AEM

TIRES/WHEELS:
Street Vellano 19/20 on Nitto Invos
Track Stock Front Wheels On Nitto NT01
Track Rears CCW 18" Wheels On 345/35/18 Mickey Thompsons

Starting

Paxton coming off

Jack stands and creeper coming out again,

Paxton off,

Engine prepped ready to come out, trans out,
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Old January 4th, 2016, 05:03 PM   #2
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Looks great Paul! I suggest adding the build pics to this site as well!
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Old January 5th, 2016, 12:44 AM   #3
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Engine out, Good friend Joel Fortin helped out!

A lot of wrenching to get to this point,

Engine strapped to a pallet ready to go 1800 miles away to A&C performance

Here is a pic from Todd that the motor has arrived in California, sitting safe in his shop a week later, waiting for it to arrive there was the most stressful part for me, can see his gen v in the back round getting some A&C love.
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Looks good Paul. The fun part is slowly gonna begin.
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Old January 7th, 2016, 12:59 PM   #5
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You bet Joel!
I installed a aluminum fidenza flywheel in the summer close too the end of the season, i had the stock luk clutch in the car with the paxton and stock steel flywheel both preformed perfect, no slipping, great drivability around town, hit hard at the drag strip. I had the fidenza aluminum flywheel on the shelf and a spec 3+ clutch, so i thought why not throw them in and try it out. I keep hearing guys saying the aluminum is lighter, spools the rpms up quicker for gains, less rotating mass etc. I installed the spec and fidenza broke the clutch in 400 miles around town driving, First thing i noticed was how terrible the drivability around town was, the car wants to stall and had to be revved up quite a bit just to get going. Banging the gears i noticed very minor rpm spooling up quicker with the less inertia. I did notice that every time i was shifting that the rpms would fall off quicker. So i thought its all in my head has to be a win win, took the car to the drag strip to test it out to compare the weekends time slip before to the new setup, Results 60ft went down, the ET never changed, MPH was the same. The reason the 60ft went down is very hard to launch and be consistent with the aluminum. The energy that the steel flywheel holds vs an aluminum is well worth it imo. The aluminum flywheels are great for the four cylinder, six cylinder guys that need the help. For us v10 guys and all the low end torq we make there useless IMO, If your worried about weight get a lightened steel flywheel. Aluminum flywheel wheel fired waste of 700 bucks plus had to buy a new disc for the spec clutch, stock steel will be mated up to it and balanced and going back in. Here is a pic showing the aluminum fidenza disc replacement screws, grabbing and holding material from the spec disc bunching up and gouging the spec disc.
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I had literally the exact same thing happen to my flywheel as that. The drilled holes grabbed material from the disc and scoured up all the surfaces. The one and only thing I did notice was quicker shifts on mine. Barely worth mentioning.

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Old January 7th, 2016, 11:51 PM   #7
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Precision Turbo 67/66's T3 V-Band .82 A/R For Quick Spooling


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Old January 9th, 2016, 03:21 PM   #8
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Been busy with work not much wrenching going on, pulled the radiator and reservoir tank, Had them flushed and tested since the block is getting a full cleaning making sure everything is clean. Here are a few pics of the TT kit. The fit and finish is perfect really happy with it. All the welds and ceramic coating on the hot side and powder coating on the cold side looks great. They even ground down and smoothed the welds and edges inside the intake pipe so everything flows smooth. Here is a rough mock up,




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Hey Paul,

Is that an RSI kit for the hot and cold side plumbing? I recognize the charge pipes and the intercooler etc. but this hot side pipes look a little bit different than the ones I got from RSI a little over a year ago. They must have changed their designs a bit for the hot side. I wonder what prompted that change in design?

I wish you well with your build and hope you don't have anywhere near the problems that I have had. Its been since May of 2014 and my car is still not done and not running right lol. I hope to have it figured out soon.
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Old January 18th, 2016, 04:07 PM   #11
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Hey viper mike, The hot and cold side is the rsi kit stage 3 if that makes a difference, Im not too sure if they did change the setup maybe? Hope you get that beast up and running asap! Post some videos when you do.
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I love the GEN III Verts man and nice pics! STRIPE her with two black stripes and I will fall in love.
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Thanks Bad68gto any videos of your tt truck?
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Good luck with the build! That'll be a fun ride when it's all buttoned up
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Thanks Bad68gto any videos of your tt truck?
You mean my TT 07 Viper? It is a rare car brother, no video of it, but tons of pics. Most of these guys never saw an 07 in person-a true icon for Vipers with GEN III and GEN IV parts. Awesome and fast too!
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Thank you Forexx4!

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Guys any pics of my 07 on your computers? I am at work and don't have the pics here, but a lot of guys have been in my 07 on the Alley.
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Nice work area. If that's your garage I'm jelly of you.
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Nice work area. If that's your garage I'm jelly of you.
Thanks Dave, here is the rest of the garage.
Since i have some down time over the holidays and waiting on parts, Perfect time to install a hoist to save my back and from crawling around on the floor. I went with the dannmar commander 7000X. The hoist was a simpler installation than i thought, The only difficult part was needing a few guys to move the ramps around or raising them. I have an reverse L shape garage, with double car in front of the house and a single car garage door into the backyard. When building the house i planned on putting the hoist here with a lift master #8500 side mount garage door motors for no overhead obstructions. Can control the garage doors from your phone and be notified when they open or close from there app trick setup. Here are a couple pics.


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