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    Default Need Turbo headers???

    Need Headers for twin turbo setup. Not the exhaust log style banks but either full headers or Race Arrow cast headers. Let me know if anyone has a set. Thanks Would be interested in water cooled housings also.

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    I have a complete Race Arrow system with waste gates and good rehoused Rayjay 301E turbos.
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    Default Turbos

    Jstnoc - you changing out from the blower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Community View Post
    Jstnoc - you changing out from the blower?
    Yes I just did the new blower setup but I want a sleeper and everything to fit under the hatch. Ill most likely sell the setup if anyone is interested.
    BDS stage 4 blower (All new bolts, new polish, restripped full teflon)
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    Default As always....

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    Why not use the CMI headers you have now. Would be much cheaper.

    Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Community View Post
    $$$$$$$
    I dont know price yet. I have a ton into it and I just bought it 2 months ago.
    Blower kit 3500 (new the kit stage 3 is 4900)
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    Everything is in like new condition (Will even send everything to polisher to do a touch up if needed) Will do package deal or sell seperately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billet racing View Post
    Why not use the CMI headers you have now. Would be much cheaper.

    Jerry
    It might be too funky and they might be set back to much in the boat. I might go for a set of Imco power flows? Plus I should be albe to get a decent buck for my headers.

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    Steveo ,How much are you asking for the Race -Aero system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveo143 View Post
    I have a complete Race Arrow system with waste gates and good rehoused Rayjay 301E turbos.
    Are they water cooled housings or water sheilded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1SNYDER View Post
    Steveo ,How much are you asking for the Race -Aero system?
    I just paid 2000.00 for a Richard Lee intercooler that I'm not sure is better than the Race Arrow. My RA system includes Ray Jay rehoused 301 E turboes, wastegates, twin carb adapters, if I can find them, exhausht housings, etc. 3500.00.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Charles View Post
    Are they water cooled housings or water sheilded?
    They are water shielded which makes more power. My new 622 cu in. build will have large frame turboes with custom water schielding? jackets made.
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    Here's a serious set of turbo headers,

    Must be running alcohol. There's two sets of injectors and no intercooler.
    All that through one throttle body that's about the size of one hole in an Enderle bird catcher.

    Twin Turbo 1800 HP V-Drive lake boat

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