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Old 10-05-2013, 01:56 AM   #491
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sure, no sweat !! would be the cheapest thing I've done all week
there called your bluff !! HAHA
Crap now I have no comeback haha
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congrats on the build !! I blew up two motors before getting the fully forged one that is in my car now, started with a vortech v-2 18psi and wanted MORE so I bought the kenne bell mammoth and here I sit wanting MORE !! I've walked the road you have just and once you've been blessed with forced induction you will never be able to go N/A again, your ruined for life !! in a good way Ofcourse... any your dad is good **** in my books !! and btw my offer and the splitting the gas will always stand, it's worth the story lol
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Lol thanks man, hopefully I don't blow any motors
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Lol thanks man, hopefully I don't blow any motors
Anymore* hahaha sorry i could resist
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Lol thanks man, hopefully I don't blow any motors
Ohhh I meant to ask you! How did you extend your maf to reach your maf sensor? I didn't get the flange welded on so I'm doing it myself but I bave to extend the maf!
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Ohhh I meant to ask you! How did you extend your maf to reach your maf sensor? I didn't get the flange welded on so I'm doing it myself but I bave to extend the maf!
Actually I can't remember I'll have to look and see.
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Old 10-05-2013, 09:47 AM   #497
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Ohhh I meant to ask you! How did you extend your maf to reach your maf sensor? I didn't get the flange welded on so I'm doing it myself but I bave to extend the maf!
It looks like they used longer wiring harness.
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And the clearance is terrible, I scrape the ground at every parking lot I leave.
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Now go back and read through some of my previous posts in this thread and you'll understand these pics lol
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Now go back and read through some of my previous posts in this thread and you'll understand these pics lol
Can I have some toast when it's done lol
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Can I have some toast when it's done lol
Lol it probably will actually toast it, that turbo gets scorching hot, I almost burned my hand opening the hood
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And the clearance is terrible, I scrape the ground at every parking lot I leave.
I'm confused, what is scraping the ground/how does a turbo affect a vehicle's clearance? I'm curious
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Lol it probably will actually toast it, that turbo gets scorching hot, I almost burned my hand opening the hood
I would burn my hand every time I opened my hood if I cold have a turbo like that lol
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I'm confused, what is scraping the ground/how does a turbo affect a vehicle's clearance? I'm curious
The new pipig runs under the car and across the transmission. That's where clearance issues come in.

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Lol it probably will actually toast it, that turbo gets scorching hot, I almost burned my hand opening the hood
Lol, I dont have a turbo blanket for it. And is your car lowered at all? I'm teeing off the vacuum line and linking it to the blow off valve and wastegate today, waiting for the MAF flange so I can weld iit on and get it tuned.
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The new pipig runs under the car and across the transmission. That's where clearance issues come in.
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The new pipig runs under the car and across the transmission. That's where clearance issues come in.
Oh I see, duh.
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No mine isn't lowered at all, and you should consider getting one
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No mine isn't lowered at all, and you should consider getting one
I can't see it being too bad without one? And neither am I, everything hugs pretty tight with mine.
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I can't see it being too bad without one? And neither am I, everything hugs pretty tight with mine.
Alright, you'll see
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Alright, you'll see
Even if it gets hot, whawhat problem could it provoke?
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Now go back and read through some of my previous posts in this thread and you'll understand these pics lol
Lmao. It's official now!!
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Melting hoses around it, the radiator hoses and what not
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Lmao. It's official now!!
Still no name in the pics I'm jk bro hope this one works out for ya
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Well this thread has inspired me so far. soon I plan to rebuild the bottom end and possibly turbo my car later on. sounds good on paper right? Lol
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Well this thread has inspired me so far. soon I plan to rebuild the bottom end and possibly turbo my car later on. sounds good on paper right? Lol
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well for sure on the bottom end, really just going forged rods and pistons. after that my options are pretty much endless for the most part. then it's either turbo or supercharger
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well for sure on the bottom end, really just going forged rods and pistons. after that my options are pretty much endless for the most part. then it's either turbo or supercharger
With these cars, if you expect to spend $3, 000, expect to actually spend $6, 000. ALWAYS double it.
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With these cars, if you expect to spend $3, 000, expect to actually spend $6, 000. ALWAYS double it.
lol your reasoning behind that?
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lol your reasoning behind that?
Personal experience. There are ALWAYS hidden problems that will come up or some sort of expense that will need to be taken care of. (Missing parts, bad parts, supporting mods, labor is applicable, taxes, duties, shipping, etc, etc.)
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Personal experience. There are ALWAYS hidden problems that will come up or some sort of expense that will need to be taken care of. (Missing parts, bad parts, supporting mods, labor is applicable, taxes, duties, shipping, etc, etc.)
Ahhh I see, and agree to extent. I have the machinery readily available to do it and the parts a half an hour away. so I guess it's different for some! Haha
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Personal experience. There are ALWAYS hidden problems that will come up or some sort of expense that will need to be taken care of. (Missing parts, bad parts, supporting mods, labor is applicable, taxes, duties, shipping, etc, etc.)
+1 just read through this thread lol
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Glad u finally got her back and in one piece brother. Congrats.
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And now I have yet another issue. My car cut off and won't start. I've checked every single thing it could possibly be.
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Seems like it may be a fuel problem. The shop that did the work is gonna come get it tomorrow.
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And now I have yet another issue. My car cut off and won't start. I've checked every single thing it could possibly be.
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