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Old 06-19-2013, 12:05 PM   #71
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I would probably install myself.
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Old 06-19-2013, 03:22 PM   #73
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Cheaper than what i got quoted for install of a blower 2,000 so I said screw it doing it all alone lol
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Cheaper than what i got quoted for install of a blower 2,000 so I said screw it doing it all alone lol
Easy to do anyway.
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Old 06-20-2013, 02:47 AM   #75
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K member got removed tonight to make things easier to install all the piping, he's gonna run all the piping before tapping the oil pan to see where exactly where to run the oil lines
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Well how is she coming ?
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All hot side piping has been mounted. The oil pan was a nightmare to remove. We have been running into non install related issues which has been delaying the install. She should be complete Sunday.
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All hot side piping has been mounted. The oil pan was a nightmare to remove. We have been running into non install related issues which has been delaying the install. She should be complete Sunday.
A dyno vid would be awesome once she's completed! Food for thought
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Old 06-21-2013, 03:24 PM   #79
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Haha I'll see what I can do
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Old 06-21-2013, 04:30 PM   #80
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All hot side piping has been mounted. The oil pan was a nightmare to remove. We have been running into non install related issues which has been delaying the install. She should be complete Sunday.
Haha i know what you mean with the little delays haha I had a few of them when I changed the rear main in my 99 tracker and when I swapped my motor out in my fox
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Old 06-21-2013, 05:27 PM   #81
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Here's a pic of the progress so far
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Old 06-22-2013, 08:46 PM   #82
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Here's a pic of the progress so far
She coming eh lol you got to get a video for us bro
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We got delayed, had to order a new oil pan gasket, it wont be in till wednesday
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Is this is a off road kit ?
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Your gunna run it anyway on the road right? And why is it a off road kit Will it not pass smog?
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We don't have any inspections here in my state so I'm not sure, I just assume it wouldn't because the cats can't be used with the kit. I may be wrong though.

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And no it's so much trouble removing the oil pan that there's no point in putting it back on when its gonna have to come back off. Also we are trying to figure out how to get around this radiator coolant hose that is in the way of the turbo.
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We don't have any inspections here in my state so I'm not sure, I just assume it wouldn't because the cats can't be used with the kit. I may be wrong though.

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And no it's so much trouble removing the oil pan that there's no point in putting it back on when its gonna have to come back off. Also we are trying to figure out how to get around this radiator coolant hose that is in the way of the turbo.
Ya it probably wouldn't pass a smog test with no cats but if you don't have to then your good and I bet man when I did my motor swap I went with a 7qt oil pan an it was a little harder to get around the k member but i got it around lol and I haven't really worked on to many 05 to 09 but could you get a little longer flex hose and just run it in a spot that's out of the way?
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We very well may be able to do that.
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We very well may be able to do that.
Well you get any luck with the little longer hose?
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Ya it probably wouldn't pass a smog test with no cats but if you don't have to then your good and I bet man when I did my motor swap I went with a 7qt oil pan an it was a little harder to get around the k member but i got it around lol and I haven't really worked on to many 05 to 09 but could you get a little longer flex hose and just run it in a spot that's out of the way?
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:50 PM   #92
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Turbo is mounted, she's almost done. We still gotta find a solution for the coolant hose.
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This hose has to be moved out of the way. Any ideas?
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Maybe a metal elbow or two with a few rubber sleeves to connect them together? I would suggest going on summit or jegs and looking at their cooling plumbing section. You may have to piece a few pipes and rubber sleeves together. Or buy one of those stainless steel braided radiator hoses, one of these should let you navigate around the turbo plumbing and such.
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I'm gonna look into that
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Turbo is mounted, she's almost done. We still gotta find a solution for the coolant hose.
She's looking good man and good luck with the hose I know you'll fine a spot to put it
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I'm so excited to see the numbers!
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+1 me to lol
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Maybe a metal elbow or two with a few rubber sleeves to connect them together? I would suggest going on summit or jegs and looking at their cooling plumbing section. You may have to piece a few pipes and rubber sleeves together. Or buy one of those stainless steel braided radiator hoses, one of these should let you navigate around the turbo plumbing and such.
+1 shouldn't be too hard to figure it out
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Well guys I have great news, the hose turned out to not be in the way at all.
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Congrats. What's the ETA on completion
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I'm excited 😊
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Haha good to go on the hose man and you got to post a pic of the kit on that baby
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