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Wow, crank didn't look that bad in your pic. Someone said about polishing but I didn't think it would get away with that...

Do you know about those 'Nascar'??? bearings. Aren't they for some serious reground cranks? I apologise if you've already looked in to this or it's not an option for your crank.
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Old 05-03-2009, 12:29 PM
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The rods are salvageable,I'd rather keep the crank a standard-standard, the slope is slippery enough. I want to do some head work to her, squeeze a few more pony's out her but keep her reliable. Not looking for big horse power just harmony. 400rwhp in 2350lb car, is that to much to ask of her
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Gathering parts takes too long. I need a Turbo fix.
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What a fun car.

Just a thought. Love how your IC is mounted however I am wondering if it has a large enough cross section to flow the CFM to support 400rwhp with out adding an undue restriction.

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Thanks tadman got the pump yesterday, parts are finely arriving. Had the crank magnafluxed it came back with a good bill of health, so Cristine has a new crank. Waiting for another box from Pelican, won't get here till next week. 911st you might be right about the intercooler . I might try a fan to pull more air through it or have a bigger core made. Need to put up lights in the hanger to work at night, daylight's burning and the Summers are short here in Taos.

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Oh she makes me want.

From what you said, you seem to be getting plenty of air. The larger core is a good thought.

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All that money spent with Pelican and NO sticker's
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All that money spent with Pelican and NO sticker's

Yeah, I remember the days when ya bought parts you always got stickers. Over $50 they even threw in a free T-shirt so you could advertise for free.
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What a fun car.

Just a thought. Love how your IC is mounted however I am wondering if it has a large enough cross section to flow the CFM to support 400rwhp with out adding an undue restriction.

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So the air enters behind the wheel and exits behind the bumper? Does that flow well? Or am I misinterpreting the photos?

I'd love to configure similarly, but can't get comfortable with the airflow concerns I have.
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Keith,

Looks like IC is mounted w one out let on the bottom and one up. Supplied from the bottom. Top outlet exits through the motor compartment sheet metal behind the relocated electronics console. Looks like it might be a standard U shaped IC

IC looks to be tipped.

Check out Bell Intercoolers. They make an 6" thick core that comes in up to 12" in length that might work well and not have to be offset. The 6" by 6"by 10" long flows over 600 CFM.

Could have the bottom end tank point back for attachment to the turbo and the top point toward the motor with tabs added to built it right to the side of the inner fender. Would still require a hole in the sheet metal.

http://www.bellintercoolers.com/pages/aachart600.html

Sorry for butting in. Just seems cool.

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PS, think 996 IC but thicker.
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Thanks 911st for the link on intercooler cores.
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Turboo934 - does that location allow much air through the IC? Seems like there is little, if any exit...?
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The fender acts as a funnel , the IC is set on a angle and bottom is closed off. She always ran cool, intake pipe was cool to the touch after a long hard run. So I guess there's enough air flow. The IC is larger than a stock 3.3 IC in her now.

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Well I get this package today I'm all excited , haul it out to the hanger. Man was it heavy, must of been 60lbs. I tear into it like its Christmas, in anticipating the parts for Cristine's motor. To my disappointment I find a pair of anchors for 964 C4. I feel like the last mega buck symbol fell below the center line. So Richard Bundschuh II I have your rotor's and damn they sent him a sticker this SUCKS

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That sounds like a guy I met at Lowes Motor Speedway a few years ago and he's from Charleston, SC!


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Not much to report parts from PP in limbo right now. Two front oil cooler's are off Cristine, will ship them for cleaning. Time to work on the rear wheel bearings & trailing arm bushings.
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Time to work on the rear wheel bearings & trailing arm bushings.
That sounds like fun. I just did them on my SC and dont think i could have done it without the factory tool, which made things a snap. I understand the Turbo wheels bearings are completely different. Could u post some pix while u do this project? Thanks
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