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: AGP Full Garret 60-1 T3/T4 Kit (56k warning)


eyebrowski
04-12-2004, 06:10 PM
Just got my kit in the mail today :D It is beautiful! I will be doing a review on it once I install it...untill then some pictures will have to do.

http://ox.wit.edu/~dombrowskig/kit.JPG
http://ox.wit.edu/~dombrowskig/compressor.JPG
http://ox.wit.edu/~dombrowskig/manifold.JPG
http://ox.wit.edu/~dombrowskig/waste.JPG
http://ox.wit.edu/~dombrowskig/o2.JPG

WAredtalontsi
04-12-2004, 06:32 PM
Eyebrowski just curious how much was the total price you paid for that kit, its the same one i've been looking at.

eyebrowski
04-12-2004, 06:54 PM
$1700 + $45 shipping

mnbv
04-12-2004, 07:52 PM
Wow, that is really big. heh. Nice mod list to back it up:
Venolia 9:1 pistons,Knifed Crank,Web Cams,Ported Head,SI Valves,Metal HG,ARP Studs,BS removed,AGP 60-1,SFP Manifold,Tial 38,AFC,Walb 255,750s,ACT 2600,Fidanza Flywheel,2G MAS ,3 Intake,UICP, FMIC,3" T-Back,MBC,Tuning Stuff

What do you plan on hitting with those mods? 11's?

outbost
04-12-2004, 07:57 PM
Just so you know, I've had an SFP manifold for about two or so years now and have had no problems wit hit at all. It's a real quality product. I hope you enjoy it!

eyebrowski
04-12-2004, 08:11 PM
Yup, I am hoping for some 11 sec slips this season.

I have heard great stuff about SFP's manifolds. And that was actually one of my biggest deciding factors to go with the AGP kit (not to mention AGP's rep). One question, did your manifold rust?

outbost
04-12-2004, 08:21 PM
No, but all of the paint flaked off of it. It's just a dull grey color. I have it heat wraped now.

eyebrowski
04-12-2004, 08:36 PM
Ok good to know, I wasnt sure if I should treat it first or not.

SleepR DSM
04-12-2004, 08:41 PM
Sweeetnessss!!!!

ALLTRBO
04-18-2004, 11:26 AM
Kit looks good. :)

I have the same one, nothing but praises for it. You might want to have the manifold ceramic coated first, it'll help keep the heat in the manifold and out of the engine bay, along with the wonderful rust prevention it provides, being that it is made out of mild steel (paint coating on it will fall/burn off and it will rust eventually). I had mine ceramic coated at Jet-Hot with the 2400 degree coating, it was $120.

I too am hoping for some 11 second timeslips. :D I might already be there, but they only ran 1/8 mile that day so I'm stuck with a 7.80 @ 92 timeslip. :mad: According to my DSMlink logs (I ran some full 1/4 runs), I very well could've hit an 11 that day.

Anyway, enjoy the new turbo setup. :)

eyebrowski
04-18-2004, 08:51 PM
Ya I have been thinking about the coating, I really dont want it to rust but its so close to the season and I dont really have the money right now so I think I am going to do it next fall.

Good luck with those 11s :rudolph: