Thanks - I think its impressive, but i am biased, so its always nice to hear.
As for the exhaust - my exhaust guy is against wrapping or coating his masterpiece. I know that keeping th eheat inside the pipes gives you more energy at the turbo, but as it keeps the heat in the pipe, it can also cause problems with overheating the exhaust. So I am not sure werther to coat the exhaust or just fit heat shields where required. The exhaust is 321 stainless before the turbo.
This engine build is in no way professional, The last one was just a case of bolting the turbos to the engine, changing the pistons & Injection system & see what happened. This is more or less the same based mostly on trial and error - I have some experience from my previous twin turbo conversion & I have done some research as to th ecorrect turbo etc, but basically its a stock 3.2V6 with Forged rods & pistons with a big turbo!
I dont see why it wont work, but only time will tell. As I said the target is 500BHP & all the components have the potential for 600 - So long as it makes over 450 then I will be happy.
This is what it looks like at present, most of the anciliaries are fitted and plumbed - Next is the rest of the car to sort....
As I mentioned it will be charged cooled the cooler& pump can be seen above. The pre-rad is shown below together with the main radiator. Charge cooling is either good or bad depending on who you talk too, but for a rear engined car, its easier to install & PWR who supplied the equipment stand by their product if its installed as they say & if it dosent perform they have promised to provide a solution...
The main thing seems to be that you need a big radiator, and a good water flow. I am using 25mm pipes & a craig davis EWP 115 pump..
Here are the rods & pistons