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965 EFI Conversion

Thought I would share my latest creation. Here you go. I will post pics up here too when I have a chance.
94 3.6 Turbo EFI conversion
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Old 09-23-2007, 10:09 AM
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Stephen,
I see you removed the BOV is this something you do with your EFI. Also nice looking work.
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I had not realized the 94s were still CIS. Thought they were EFI.

It appears you retained the old style 930 intake manifold instead of converting to Carerra manifolds. This correct?

516 is killer for a street car.

Was the 375 hp prior to the first round of mods or after: "The first round of mods included exhaust, turbo, cams, engine work, valves, head studs and so on"
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Thanks guys. The BOV is still attached. I used one of our billet versions and simply attached it off of the intercooler and vented it through a large K&N filter.

Correct, this is a stock intake ported. The 375 was the first round of mods which was .8 bar with 330 cams, .5 bump in compression , HFS and headers. We also recored the C2T intercooler.

Yes, all 94s were CIS and single plug in fact. All TTs have been single plug FWIW.
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why is the turbo oil sump so close to the wastegate dump? just curious.. looks awesome one of my favorite year turbos
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One because it is a Garrett and it is not the exact same size as a KKK based turbo and two the wastegate dump comes right out the back and is wider than normal so it is close.
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