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post #1 of 142 Old 11-09-2016, 11:16 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo 750 project

Hey guys been working with One Off Customs on a turbo Idea.
So far we are gathering parts and planning this out.

I will be posting pics and updates as time goes on with an eventual dyno run.

heres is my bike currently.



selected a turbo for the bike



and just received my power commander and exhaust gaskets




still waiting on a few parts before we dig into the bike. (boost gauge, turbo flanges and gaskets, and air filter)
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11/9/2016

Hey guys been working with One Off Customs on a turbo Idea.
So far we are gathering parts and planning this out.

I will be posting pics and updates as time goes on with an eventual dyno run.

here's is my bike currently.




selected a turbo for the bike



and just received my power commander and exhaust gaskets




still waiting on a few parts before we dig into the bike. (boost gauge, turbo flanges and gaskets, and air filter)





11/10/2016


had some sweet flanges show up today




started tearing into it today.




making a custom exhaust is going to be fun.
harleys stock exhaust has a flare on it and made the exhaust guy get a little creative




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Pics didn't show up on my end... But ****, you actually went through with it... If I could see the pics I would give some input... and of course keep me posted as I would do the Turbo kit myself, but I don't do autocad or 3d printing, I am a caveman welder, auto mech with degree and certs, but that only goes so far...

injector swap is probably gonna be mandatory, pump maybe, compressor bypass/blow off valve, internal wastegate I assume, turbo oil feed line, and coolant lines if you are tapping those as well, refuel map and tune for 93 octane at least (turbos hate detonation and exhaust back pressure), exhaust will be fun to create some bends... Stainless or mild steel for the manifold? and what turbo did you guys decide on?

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Still having issues? I checked on a different device and it shows just fine
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No pictures on my end either

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well i'm unable to edit the 1st post, no idea why! but it's not an option.

How ever I've switched it all over to photo bucket pictures.
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Working now mate.your bike is going to kick ass.you definitely have my interest

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I like those Hard Bags. Are they Weathertight??

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I like those Hard Bags. Are they Weathertight??
I can tell you that they survived a pressure washer with out letting water in lol.
But i had to pick up plugs from my local hardware store to plug up the holes in the bottom. They must have used those holes for a different mounting point.
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let the exhaust building begin!!!







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