North American Turbocoupe Organization



My friend wants to up the boost on his 88 TC, what fitting needs to be drilled?
sctur601 Offline
Member
#1
Thanks guys, What fitting is it, and what size is good to get 18psi?
Thanks again
Shawn

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My vehicle
1983 Turbo Coupe-
13.83 at 103mph!
273rwhp and 342ftlb at 24 psi with a slipping clutch!
And it still feels slow!
Thanks
Shawn

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My vehicle
1983 Turbo Coupe-
13.83 at 103mph!
273rwhp and 342ftlb at 24 psi with a slipping clutch!
And it still feels slow!
Thanks
Shawn

I also do port work, if you need something ported email me at [email protected]
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Chuck W Offline
Posting Freak
#2
It's the "t" fitting on the turbo outlet housing. You have two hoses, one runs to the turbo inlet and the other to the BCS which then runs to the wastegate. The one that runs into the turbo inlet is the bleed orifice. Actually on his car, if your just remove the BCS and run the hose directly from the turbo outlet to the turbo inlet fitting he should see 18-19 psi. No drilling required.

Chuck

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83 TC Clone, 80 Cougar XR-7, 85 Volvo 244 Turbo, AND 88 Scorpio
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sctur601 Offline
Member
#3
We allready removed the BCS but boost is only about 16psi. He wants to try a little more boost but dont want to go too far.

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My vehicle
1983 Turbo Coupe-
13.83 at 103mph!
273rwhp and 342ftlb at 24 psi with a slipping clutch!
And it still feels slow!
Thanks
Shawn

Please click the link if you want to sign my aftermarket head list
My vehicle
1983 Turbo Coupe-
13.83 at 103mph!
273rwhp and 342ftlb at 24 psi with a slipping clutch!
And it still feels slow!
Thanks
Shawn

I also do port work, if you need something ported email me at [email protected]
Reply





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