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post #1 of 27 Old 08-06-2014, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
 
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308 QV Porn

Hello and good to be back.... I have the next few months off and really want to get this ferrari QV done. In the end the Paxton supper charger didn't fit. Im now going with a KKK 27 turbo, water to air intercooler, Tial Bov and waist gate, Tec GT to run it with a AEM wide ban o2..
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Let me know what you guys think..
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Looks great. Now you need some black crackle paint on the aluminum air intake.

Rust on the rotors is always a sign she needs to be driven. Or that you need ceramic brakes.

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Ed- Affirmative, and that waste-gate is going to make some lovely sounds.

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The crank pully is off of a 348 and the water pimp pulley is off of a 360. So now I have a 6 rib setup.
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NICE!

Great to see it coming together....my how childern slow things down huh?

Has it run yet?
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Well done man. Looks good.
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Awesome!
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I likey.

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My electric oil pump showed up today. Going to use it to scavenge the turbo and pump the oil threw a cooler. Where should I drain the oil to??? Mark, kids do slow down the projects but I wouldn't change it for the world. Thanks for the positive comments and its good to be back in the shop.
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I remember seeing a fitting in the block in Bret's thread where the oil separator drains to, that would probably be a good place to return turbo oil. Not sure a cooler on that return line would be worth the trouble to install, as there will not be a huge volume of oil flowing through it.
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I'm in love! More pics please! That's a pretty meaty spacer you have on that rotor! Crazy offset.

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Are you talking about draining the oil back by the dip stick?? What about the breather hole by the drop down gears. Paul where are you buddy?? Thanks again guys, it's good to be back!
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This is what I was thinking of, bottom picture.

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The last project for that weekend was to make a plug for the crankcase vent on the oil pan. A 3/8" bolt and a few minutes on the lathe did the trick.

I'm running a set of crank vents that are basically one-way valves mounted on the valve covers. You can see them in the pics above - the polished aluminum cylinders running horizontally.

I don't think you really gain much from them performance wise, but it's nice to eliminate some of the hoses that are all over the stock engine compartment.
Ahh, picture didn't quote, here it is: http://www.ferrarilife.com/forums/pr...i-pistons.html

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Wow! I just found this, I've been out of pocket for awhile. I like what I see! How did you get the oil to drain back to the engine sump from the turbo? Are you using an electric pump?

A bunch of stuff.
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post #17 of 27 Old 09-10-2014, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
 
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Yes I had to use a pump...
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Turbo oil pump
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Im impressed,308 projects are very tricky and elaborate, for sure expensive. Forza
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post #20 of 27 Old 09-10-2014, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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I had a lot of help from some great people on Ferrari life. This is the oil pan I made for the turbo.
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