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Old 08-09-2012, 09:56 AM   #1
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Default Sleeved D16z6 turbo part out

I am parting out my d16 build everything this has 600 miles on it and is still in the car running.

block SOLD


speedfactory d2b kit $1500

edlebrock intake manifold ported for 68mm tb sold
68mm omni tb SOLD
aem fuel rail drilled for 14mm injectors sold
top mount sold
3.5" downpipe sold

2 d16z6 dizzys both work fine $50 each

D16 ngk wires $35

2 used eagle eagle rods perfect condition 3000miles $80 each

4 eagle rods with light heat marks on top of rods where wrist pin goes $200

Valve cover and catch can with lines and block breather $200

D16z6 Head ported by rlz with ferrea 6000 series valve, supertech springs and retainers and a delta 272-2 cam. Head has a new valve job. $1100


i will post up more parts later and the only trades im looking for is b series turbo parts.
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Old 08-09-2012, 02:01 PM   #2
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What kinda power did u make?
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Old 08-09-2012, 02:09 PM   #3
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Default Re: Sleeved D16z6 turbo part out

with stock port head 366whp at 17psi with my ported head 417whp at 18psi
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have you timed it?
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:31 AM   #5
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have you timed it?
At the track? Not yet. If i dont sell any part i will next month
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Pm'ed you...
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Ttt block is sold
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What does the d2b include?
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D2b kit comes with Billet brackets to bolt the tranny to block billet halftshaft adapter, 1" post mount spacer and a competition clutch twin disc
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What kind of manifold it is and would you make a kkdeal for the manifold and down pipe.
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Brand of the Top Mount ? More pics.
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what stage twin disk? pm me very intersted
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Old 09-10-2012, 07:12 PM   #16
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Default Re: Sleeved D16z6 turbo part out

Twin disc is level C and im not sure of the brand of the top mount i bought it off a local forum but it is not a cheap ebay manifold the welds are nice and the tubes are thick. Any one text me at (203) 645-6762 if you want more pics or have any questions.
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what size turbo are you making these numbers with? stock cam?
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T3 6262 .82ar and a delta 272-2 cam (bisi 2.4 copy)
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