Information for the 65mm BBK Mustang Throttle Body Modification.
The TB takes the Mustang TPS
TPS Part Number
Wire Kit Part Number
They require an aftermarket EMS such as a Haltech or AEM.
So the Wastegate is Liquid Cooled.
The wastegate is fed by an AN4 Steel Line, but it goes near the Manifold and Downpipe.
The Lines are being protected by a Silicon Heat Sleeve. It is good for 1700 Deg F
Same thing on all of the lines including the Oil Feed to the turbo..
I am not a fan of having the turbo/air intake behind the hot rad. The short length on the intake is great but you are sucking in very hot air from behind the rad. I would never do this on a normally aspirated engine.
Sucking in outside cooler air would be better and make your intake air intercooler more efficient.
I may be jumping the gun, but I don't know what your plan is, some insight would be aprreciated, as I am not an expert in hi end turbo power. Hopefully some nitrous or something would be helpful in cooling down the air temps.
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The Photo called OCD is the turbo Oil Return to the Engine. It is a Full AN10 Stainless line that drops 90 Degrees into a 45 Degree fitting into the windage tray. Rather than putting this into the oil pan below the oil line, this return is placed deliberately above the oil level so it will function properly. If I were to be asked to choose one picture that describes the level of detail that I put into my build, it is this picture.