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Thumbs up ZX-14 Turbo with 700hp using a GT3071R Garrett turbine and a 38mm wastegate









Big CC Racing’s 700bhp ZZR1400 Turbo will do the standing quarter-mile (400m) in seven seconds, and hit a top speed of 400km/h.

Their Stage 1 modular turbo kit uses a GT3071R Garrett turbine and a 38mm Tial wastegate. At 6psi boost, it allows the ZZR1400 engine to make 260bhp. The Stage 2 kit uses a GT3071R Garrett turbine and a 38mm wastegate. Running at 30psi, it’ll give you 480 horsepower from your ZZR1400.

The Stage 1 race kit uses a GT3582R Garrett turbine and a 46mm Tial wastegate, which boost power output to 600bhp. And the Stage 2 kit, which uses a GT4088R or GT4094R Garrett turbine and twin 38mm Tial wastegates, will give you 700bhp or more.

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700hp, you may need to talk with the FAA first. LOL
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Hahahahhaaaa...

I can see some FAA stickers on it...

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I could go on and on....:D
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They better hook up the pressure lines to those blow off valves, or she'll
be making alot more than 700hp....:D:D:D:D:D:D
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They better hook up the pressure lines to those blow off valves, or she'll
be making alot more than 700hp....:D:D:D:D:D:D
From the looks of it, those are external wastegates.

Edit: I now realize thats what you meant. As we all know in-op blow off valves end up making a neat compressor surge noise.

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ACME suggests you hold the fook on!
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They better hook up the pressure lines to those blow off valves, or she'll
be making alot more than 700hp....:D:D:D:D:D:D
How would not hooking up the pressure lines cause more boost to occur?

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They won't open... so it just keeps building more boost till she blows...:D

The blow offs, pop offs, whatever you like to call them dump excess boost
to prevent over boost and the grenading of the motor. But they have to be
told at what pressure to open.
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They won't open... so it just keeps building more boost till she blows...:D

The blow offs, pop offs, whatever you like to call them dump excess boost
to prevent over boost and the grenading of the motor. But they have to be
told at what pressure to open.

blow off valve- connected to intake or charge pipe. vents boost when the throttle body is closed. makes a cool psshhhhht sound. these prevent boost surge when the throttle is chopped off and the turbo is still spinning full speed (ie when foot/clutch shifting) silver thing on top right of frame

wastegate- bypasses exhaust gasses away from turbo after desired boost levels are reached. red things hanging off the exhaust manifiold

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blow off valve- connected to intake or charge pipe. vents boost when the throttle body is closed. makes a cool psshhhhht sound. these prevent boost surge when the throttle is chopped off and the turbo is still spinning full speed (ie when foot/clutch shifting) silver thing on top right of frame

wastegate- bypasses exhaust gasses away from turbo after desired boost levels are reached. red things hanging off the exhaust manifiold
Which is what i stated earlier. In a less concise and intelligent method.

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