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A12 Turbo
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SubmittersikyneMore Photos from sikyne   Last Update2010/4/29 9:57    Tell a friendTell a friend
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A12 stock bottom end, H89 head, T25 garret turbo, VS commodore altenator. custom exhaust and intake.

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craigmad4dato
Posted: 2011/2/13 3:23  Updated: 2011/2/13 3:23
Just popping in
Joined: 2010/10/15
From: mildura vic
Posts: 1
 Re: A12 Turbo
wow!!! that is so neat set up i like!!! well done. good job

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LAGWAGON
Posted: 2010/5/4 2:05  Updated: 2010/5/4 2:05
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2004/4/15
From: Melbourne Vic
Posts: 1664
 Re: A12 Turbo
All the colours of the rainbow! Nice work sikyne/rat you'll be getting lapped by a 1000 wagon in no time :)

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WhiteSedan
Posted: 2010/5/3 7:55  Updated: 2010/5/3 7:55
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Joined: 2004/7/15
From: Adelaide, Australia
Posts: 3931
 Re: A12 Turbo
Impressive bit of kit there mate, wow, like the idea of running electric water pump too, were you thinking of a full loss battery system? I have been toying with the idea... especially since we don't do many laps.

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sikyne
Posted: 2010/5/4 11:05  Updated: 2010/5/4 11:05
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Joined: 2006/6/4
From: Ballarat Victoria
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 Re: A12 Turbo
I did think about going without the altenator. I think it would be ok for sprints but for 10 and 12 laps might be pushing it. The car will be drawing about 50 amps. If i was to use the standard water pump and use CDI ignition i could almost get away with it.

Im thinking of running the water flow straight into the head at both ends and having it exit the block. Should help keep it away from detonation. Not really sure yet.