Are you talking about the turbocharged 400 cu in small block chevy that will be going into my 74 Nova Hatchback?
Here is more info (rare Martin Turbo Systems Turbocharger designed to fit under the stock hood of a 79 Vette): http://www.xsorbit4.com/users/allold...num=1092354033
or are you refering to the turbocharger setup that will be going onto the rear 3800 LN3 (vinC) in the 1994 442 project? (3800 from a 90 Toronado Trofeo)
The 3800 setup will be Fabricated by me (I have welders, a plasma cutter, drill press and more-plus access to a Bridgport Mill-and more) using the factory tube manifolds (the orig outlet cut off and welded over with a new stainless steel manifold/turbo mounting flange welded to a modified X over pipe) and from there out the turbo down pipe to exit at the LR exhaust tip (RR exhaust tip is fer the front 3100-will be a 3800 when we get another donnor vehicle)
the Mitsu TD06 turbo will be cooled by the rear engine coolant, and provided oil from the oil press port (oil return will be welded into the side of the oil pan).
then with the Compressor turbine side..... a large K&N (8 inch diax12 inch long) will feed the inlet through 3 inch tube from the drivers side of the rear engines radiator. and from the Compressor outlet to a (still working on the design-it wont be done till over the 05 winter and ready, maybe, for the 06 racing season) Heliarc welded case that will hold the Air Conditioning Evaporator (that is currently in the dash-and will be fed from the AC compressor on the front engine) for intercooling the hot compressed air and then piped to the throttle body of the 3800.
In the begining (if we havent gotten the MegaSquirt v2.2 DIY EFI by then) extra fuel enrichment will be by 1 or more SAAB (or similar) Cold start fuel injectors engaged by Hobbs switches (pressure switch-adjustable) and adjusted with a wideband O2 sensor (the MS EFI will use the exact same sensor-to help me tune the fuel maps) rich enough to prevent engine damage, this should work adequatly for 10-14 psi of boost (using a "Grainger" Boost control valve-allot of the stuff i've learned playing with my 87 Chrysler GTS 2.2L Turbo I-along with how to make your own adjustable fuel pressure regulator!). Over 10-14 psi will def require the MS EFI system with ~45 lbhr~ injectors and with the new version of MS EFI i will also be able to control a DIS ignition system and adjust the spark adv curves with it.
Is your friends 74 Nova a hatchback 2dr model? I havent seen more than 2 other 73-74'* with the hatchback What has he done to it? got a link?
I'll check out your Cardomain pages to see if you have a link there, here is the 94 442'* CarD site: http://www.cardomain.com/id/94twinengine442
I dont have one fer the Nova...yet