After buying a million parts, changing my mind a million times, going from having lots of time and no money to lots of money and no time i am finally going ahead with my TT Swap This is the TT engine in question, pulled this out of a wreck i bought a few months back and compression tested between 148-156 on all 6 so decided to keep for myself Few bits taken off My shade from both rain and shine Almost there This engine has 150,000km which is way less than my DE so when all the seals/gaskets/timing belt/major service crap is done then it should go fairly well. Parts already on the car: 2.5" UAS Catback exhaust Highflow Cats 2.5" Front Pipes APEXi Pod FIlter F1 Stage 3 Clutch Twin Turbo Fuel Pump Parts going on with the DETT: KLS Front Mount Intercooler Blown turbos being swapped out for OEM Manual Turbos Innovate Wideband o2 Sensor Avejas Knocklite APEXi Super Airflow Converter APEXi Super Ignition timing Converter Stock injectors for now till my ECU arrives. I have a set of Top Feed Fuel Rails that will go on when i decide what ECU to buy. The car will be run on E85 and will have Pre Turbo Water Injection to allow the turbos to run efficiently on higher than normal boost levels(22-24PSI). NOW FOR THE SUPRISE After i see what the zed can do at the drags with the parts i have listed, i will be building a compound turbo setup for it. What this basically means is the standard turbos will be mounted as they are, the exhaust pipes will merge into a single at the rear with a T4 flange, this is where my GT4508R will be mounted. The 45R will suck in air, send it to the front to the stock turbo intakes and from there it will be using stock routing. The main advantage of this setup is little to no lag and the power that a large turbo would produce. Rear mount turbo lag is a MYTH and in a compound arrangement MEANS NOTHING! If the stock turbos are at 1 bar of boost(2:1PR) the big turbo will see 6L of exhaust flow and will spool up like it would rearmounted on a 6L engine. This is also a way to achieve mega high boost pressures but i won't be pushing it too hard. I have spoken to many individuals who have run this setup including Kevin Jewer who owns a compound turbo DSM in 8's and 155MPH+. At the end of the day this car won't look as good as most of the zeds on here however my goal is for it to trap 130+MPH, 130 is the goal, anything over that is a plus Exterior wise i am planning to throw on some R33 GTR rims, a TwinZ bolton diffuser, keep my Veilside C2 Spoiler and Wrap the car in EBC liquid wrap(gloss black). Few engine parts i haven't decided on are the ECU which i am leaning towards an AEM FIC-8 or an Adaptronic and whether or not to spend a bit extra on the Wet Nitrous Kit.