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Old 06-13-2007, 01:21 PM   #1
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Whats the deal with the TMA site? I realize it's under construction but does anyone have an idea as to when we can expect it up and running again. It was definitely long overdue for a makeover, I can't wait to see the final product. I'm hoping he'll have a forum and tons of before and after specs for different year Mustangs. Maybe even a Grand Opening special price on the Street Kit. If he could knock about $500 off I'd get one this month!
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He updates and takes it off line every few months. I wouldn't expect much, it happens fairly often.
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He updates and takes it off line every few months. I wouldn't expect much, it happens fairly often.
That's too bad, I guess the site is effective enough for facilitating sales, but he'd snag alot more buyers with a few modifications.
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Hes already so busy if you order a kit now you wont get it for two months
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Site is back up and running.
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Good i wanted to check some things out last night but couldnt get it to load up. Thanks for the heads up.
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Hey rydog i was reading your little profile on there. Nice torque numbers, bet she pulls hard. Since you have the single port like me what did you do to your top end? Hit me back.
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Top end is stock except for BBK 56mm throttle body and some gasket port matching on the intakes
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Really thats it???? Wow....man thats awesome! Gonna have to definitely look into that asap. Thats some big gains with just the kit. Nice! Thanks bud!
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Rydog would you be interested in an RPM ported lower intake for some cash and trade for your stocker? Id probrobly let it go for 200 or so.

Kinda out of the blue but I could use the money as Im moving out and have parts in my garage already off the car.
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I would but i just bought a stocker off of Brent to port I do all of my port work myself
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I would but i just bought a stocker off of Brent to port I do all of my port work myself
Interesting !!!
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Interesting !!!
Why interesting, I ported and half shafted the throttle body I bought off Riden now Im just waiting on the supercoupe intake i bought and ill be in business
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Re: TMA Turbo Website

i think hes trying to hint to port his head
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I will trade you the ME Heads with stock valves, 545 springs for the stockers and 600. You drop that and spend 200 or so on a nice cam and youll be making some realllllll good numbers.
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I have a forged 4.2 in the works with big valve fully ported heads im working on.....so shhhh Ill be making some good numbers soon
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Ahhh ok haha.

Lemme know if you need anything else like replacement rims
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I wish I was that close to building my eninge.
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Ahhh ok haha.

Lemme know if you need anything else like replacement rims
What kinda rims???
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3 good 17x9 cobra's. They are the same as in rydogs signature. Chrome
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Hey has anyone actully installed one of his kits? I am very interested in the race kit but Ive heard of nightmares trying to install some turbo kits. If anyone has actully installed one hit me back.
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I have, it's not that bad. You do need a lot of tools, and a few materials to fab things like brackets. It took me and a buddy a full week to put it in working on it when we weren't at work or asleep.
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Yeah I've put one in an eclipse, they are pretty straight foward if you have the general idea of how they work but sometimes there is a little pushing you have to do with the piping or cutting to get it all to fit right. Did you have to fabricate the bracket for the turbo or just like ones for the piping?
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Andy's kits are very easy to install with the right tools and patience. If everything went smoothly you could do it in a entire weekend I just took my time and did it in a couple of weeks working on it a couple of hours at a time.
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Yeah I've put one in an eclipse, they are pretty straight foward if you have the general idea of how they work but sometimes there is a little pushing you have to do with the piping or cutting to get it all to fit right. Did you have to fabricate the bracket for the turbo or just like ones for the piping?
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Just for the intercooler, and one for the dump pipe that passes by the steering knuckle to make sure they didn't hit.
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Thats pretty sweet if thats mainly it. Do you have a turbo timer with your setup?
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No. Personally, I find them to be useless. If you just went on a hard romp a few seconds before parking it, let it sit and idle for a bit and let the oil circulate through the turbo. Plus, I have a remote start so I can just press the button and take the key out and turn it off later.
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no turbo timer here either just let it sit and idle for a min after getting on it
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I'd use a turbo timer... That way I wouldn't have to sit there and let it cool. And sitting there for a few seconds, isn't enough to cool the turbo down to the temperature that it needs so you don't bake oil in the turbo..... I'd get one to be safe. My .02.
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Remote start....advantage of being an auto. My friend Juan's supra has one on it and he has the car running for 4 minutes after he turns it off but of course he is making huge amounts of power with that car. How bout boost controllers? Are you using the different springs or are you manual adjusting the boost?
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I let it sit for at least a good minute if I am in the car. If I take the key out, I usually forget to turn it off and it turns off by itself after 10 minutes lol. Because no, a few seconds is not enough.

I started with a manual controller, but after, I heard a lot of things about the controllers allowing for a bit too much give on pressures and noticed such with my boost gauge. Now I just have a 11.6 psi spring in the wastegate and call it a day. I'd even heard of a few controllers (the cheaper ones), over time due to car vibrations, going up and down. It's no big deal to readjust them, but I'd just rather not have to worry about it.
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