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You might have another SC owner here that would be interested in purchasing a welded sump plate. I plan on doing my convertion in a couple of months and really like how yours has come together. Perfection through simplicity
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no problem.. If you like I will call henry and order a bunch up and weld them all up and see what kind of price I can get on em
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Where do I send the money? I'll take one also.
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Where do I send the money? I'll take one also.
Ok everyone that is interested let me know ASAP I will call henry monday and see how many I need to buy to get a "bulk buy" and then mod them for those that are interested

email me at ben@mkexhaust.com for those that are serious
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ok so 4 so far?? Any how do you guys want the ones for studs(stock way) or the ones that screw in(allen bolts)
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Allen, that way, I can swap the gaskets easier.
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ok ordered 4 today
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Allen heads for me to...
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I will see what I can source for allen heads. I went that route but kind wish I would have gone the other route.. anyhow by early next week they will be ready to ship to you guys

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What were the issues with using the Allen screws? also do you have a close up picture so that we can get a better understanding?
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it really is no big deal the ones designed for nuts just has a bigger releif machined into it for the socket to fit in while tightening it.. I wanted to get them ordered ASAP so I just went what would work with the stock setup(no changing of studs required) if someone wants to use allens they can really no big deal at all..
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Yeah, it's OK, no big deal.
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hey guys whats goin on? nice thread i was sent here by a friend,currently i am building my 87 targa that ive built to resemble a 930 conv all steel ive been working on a turbo set up for the stock 3.0 i have stainless stahl header that i welded a t4 flange to with a t/3/4 hybrid, deltagate, and s/sequential bov, i next have to figure out how to get the oil back in the engine and how the cis injection is going to work with a turbo ive built a custom intake that will have the cold start injector wired to a hob or 4lb pressure switch for fuel enrichment, i also used 4 basegaskets on each cyl to drop compression down,i dont have any exp with these cars so im just applying knowledge from other cars ive done in past any imput would help thanks guys
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Arty, as you can see above, many aftermarket conversion choose to gravity drain the oil to the oil drain sump plug, or even to the lowest point in the left chain housing/cover. Drain to the lowest point on the engine as possible. In this case, the drain sump plug is the best/easiest solution, as it does not require tapping/welding valve covers or chain covers

I have no experience with the CIS, so maybe someone else can chime in here.

Interesting you installed 4 base shims under each cylinder to lower compression. What C/R are you ending up with?
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Do a search for terms like BAE and tsuter, which will steer you to loads of info. I'll have some more info and maybe data in about a month.
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thanks merv and pat, just out of curiousity, the oil will drain from the turbo up through the drain hole in the bottom of the engine? im guessing the turbo sits higher then the oil level in the bottom of the crankcase or that the oil pump is always pumping the oil clear of that area,as for the 4 gaskets under each cyl according to my calculations and the directional pull from the earth along with its rotation on its axis as it revolves around the moon with the position of the stars im taking a educated guess that less comp then what it had has got to help keep me in the safe zone? for at least 4 to 6 psi = )
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thanks merv and pat, just out of curiousity, the oil will drain from the turbo up through the drain hole in the bottom of the engine? im guessing the turbo sits higher then the oil level in the bottom of the crankcase or that the oil pump is always pumping the oil clear of that area,as for the 4 gaskets under each cyl according to my calculations and the directional pull from the earth along with its rotation on its axis as it revolves around the moon with the position of the stars im taking a educated guess that less comp then what it had has got to help keep me in the safe zone? for at least 4 to 6 psi = )
Yes, the turbo's oil drain hole sits higher than the sump drail plug... the oil pump in the engine provides enough scavenge capacity to suck/circulate the oil from this point. A lot of us are running this configuration successfully, or else we'll be having smoking, leaking turbo's
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You should be fine without extra enrichment if you keep it 6psi or less but if you decide to push it up to 8 or more, than a 7th injector would be a good idea. Instead of using the cold start valve you would be better served purchasing another cold start valve thats fired from the hobbs switch. Mount the 7th injector just before the throttle body for better atomization and the hobbs switch tapped into the manifold below the throttle body.
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finally got the plates I will be working them this week.. so stay tuned
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