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Old 03-28-2014, 08:31 PM   #211
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Haha the 4V heads are for a secret project! It kind of involves an 06 BMW
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Old 03-28-2014, 11:40 PM   #212
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Calling out the 4v / hotroding brotherhood. There looks to be a complete Kenne bell supercharger setup for a 4v for sale at a very reasonable price. I can't imagine you will ever find one again. So...who's buying it lol? It's almost tempting me to go 4v. I'm refraining from posting this on lightningrodder since i'm sure it will get snatched up quick.

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Old 03-29-2014, 12:14 AM   #213
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I don't sent a midplate
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Yeah cooling could be a bit tricky, but I would think if it's not spun too hard it'd be fine. It is a twin screw...Maybe just a bit of water meth would do the trick? Click the image to open in full size.
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Hopefully parts make it here today!

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Well got a little better manifold setup thanks to Alyssa.

My TT 5.4 2V build thread-image-2990678616.jpg
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So your definitely going through with the 2v tt?
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So your definitely going through with the 2v tt?
Yes, on my fx4. Left over parts will be used for a NA application. If I get time later I'm gonna work on the hat and fab up some intake designs. Waiting on the throttle body to get here to start welding
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Yes, on my fx4. Left over parts will be used for a NA application. If I get time later I'm gonna work on the hat and fab up some intake designs. Waiting on the throttle body to get here to start welding

Nice man. I'm so ready to see the torque curve on this bad boy.
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Block is ready at the machine shop. I know my factory forged crank would have held what I wanted to do, but for the price of balancing I went ahead and got a new forged crank to match the weight of my pistons and rods.

I'm still debating on the cams. May stay factory and see how I do.

Block and rotating assembly should be good for 1000+. But I won't be pushing it anywhere close to that.
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