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Hey guys,

I've been using this site for a few years lurking - thanks for that, there is some good info on here. Since I am now building a turbo 998, I thought I'd actually join. I'm near Sydney in Aus.

Here's a shot of the supercharged 1275 that is part of a completed project - a comprehensive nut and bolt resto/rebuild, my 1967 Deluxe:

My current project is converting a Mini sedan into a ute. And that is a low cost, use whatever I have type rebuild. It has a 998cc and is a 1968 Deluxe.

I am turboing it with a KKK K03 turbo, taken from the Volkswagon Auto Group's twincharged (turbo and supercharged) 1.4 TSI.

It comes with an solenoid diverter valve which I'll be utilising instead of a blow off valve.

I have a build thread on the Ausmini forums, but if people are interested I can put up the posts here in a build thread too.


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looking good, interesting exhaust manifold.

I run a supercharger and I don't care the TB is on the wrong side.
VEMS + 12 PSI + Liquid Intercooler = Small Bore FUN!


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Member #: 11685
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Thanks graham. The exhaust manifold on the supercharged 1275 is a large bore, ceramic coated version of the Brownrigg extractors made in Melbourne, Aus. I'm very happy with them.

Turbo Phil

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Welcome. Graham will welcome a fellow supercharger user.




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Sydney, Australia!

Ausmini linky?

A turbo: exhaust gasses go into the turbocharger and spin it, witchcraft happens and you go faster. - Jeremy Clarkson

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