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--- Quote from: Mike Modified on January 08, 2013, 11:16:27 PM ---Here's how I modified a stock '77 heater to work with a T3
Still working excellently.
Full build FWIW:

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That makes me wonder if your idea can be combined with the shorter blower motor to gain even more clearance. I'll have to give that a shot when the time comes.


--- Quote from: Pinturbo75 on January 08, 2013, 11:16:54 PM ---porting with stock valves can result in a lot of gain... pocket port and rework the shortside radius will give the most bang

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This head may end up on my sons '80 at some point if I turbo it so I'm not gonna do more than some clean up work. I figure this combo should get me 220 HP & until I drive it awhile I wont know if I want more in a daily driver. I'm gonna Pro Street my '73 sedan & toss the tunnel rammed 302/T-5 combo in it since I have it but If I really want to go over 400 HP with a turbo 2.3L I may put it in there 4 or 5 years down the road & leave the wagon alone.
I don't really have a solid plan for the future because there are too many IF's to see past.
BTW, is this the correct exhaust housing for the Super 60? I wont have the turbo in front of me for 2 weeks & since it's missing I have no clue what it looks like.|Model:XR4Ti&hash=item3f20e52def&item=271134830063&pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&vxp=mtr#ht_1040wt_932

yeah thats the 5 bolt elbow and correct wastegate actuator


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