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Just thought I would share some of my progress since the last header photos. I will be fabricating my intake tube runner and installing the air box shortly.
After that, the motor goes in and the final intercooler fabrication will proceed.

It is getting close.



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Super Kudos guy, absolutely awesome.

Makes my mouth water ....... thought of the cost make my stomach ache.

Very nicely done !!!!

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is that a innovative turbo?

i had a innovative turbo on my last car, dual ball bearing, had nothing but problems with it, sent it back twice for a rebuild, ended up having to buy a new turbo...

i wish you the best of luck if it is,..i know mine wasnt cheap,..1899$
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nice setup def post some info about it.
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Looks very nice

So you've gone for a 12-plug RSR-style distributor? (Rather than a crank sensor and coil packs?)

Is the turbocharger a Garrett? (Does it need the extra big oil 'accumulator'.)

What's the Promotive thing at the front of the engine do?

And are the headers custom?
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What's the Promotive thing at the front of the engine do?
Looks like it might be their rising rate fuel pressure regulator. But it looks like brake fluid running through the lines? haha
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Rich,
Nice build! Are you using Protomotive EFI system? That's what mine has. Your setup is very similar to mine which dyno'd at 427 rwhp.

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is that a innovative turbo?

i had a innovative turbo on my last car, dual ball bearing, had nothing but problems with it, sent it back twice for a rebuild, ended up having to buy a new turbo...

i wish you the best of luck if it is,..i know mine wasnt cheap,..1899$
Did you use oil restrictor to the oil feed at the turbo? Suggest to use .035 dia. That's what I'm using on my IT ball bearing turbo. I have no problems.

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Looks like it might be their rising rate fuel pressure regulator. But it looks like brake fluid running through the lines? haha
I have the same Protomotive FPR. It's a strange looking thing. Are you sure it's Rising Rate? I hope not since I prefer 1:1 FPR and would like to replace it with Aeromotive FPR if and when this Protomotive FPR fails. It's been in my car since '02 which I owned since May '09.
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Ok. Lets see If I can get all of these questions answered:

Juan Ruiz: That catch can was purchased from as part of a B&B header installation kit that I purchased from Patrick Motor Sports.

jimsteet: Yes it is an Innovative turbo (great eye). It is a ceramic ball bearing unit that I have owned for about 4 years. What type of issues did you have? Was it a ceramic version or standard metal bearing cartridge? I will be using a gravity flow water cooling system to help eliminate heat soak on shut down so, hopefully, the bearing life will not become and issue.

Here are the engine highlights:

1. Protomotive modified 3.2 Carrera ECU with pressure sensing (at the throttle body) and vacuum tube (on the ECU) modification by Todd Knighton. Todd also modified the mapping for my engine build specification.
2. Protomotive rising rate fuel pressure regulator.
3. The distributor is from JB Racing (sold here on Pelican).
4. The headers are modified Zuc-Z (B&B style). I have added a T4 devided flange and two seperate waste gate pipes that feed one Tial V44 waste gate with a 1 bar spring.
5. Pistons are JE 8:1 which have dry film lubrication and thermal barrier coating applied by Xtreme Performance Heat Coating in Camarillo, CA
6. Heads were rebuilt by Ollies and modified for twin plug. I did all of the intake porting to blend and match the Carrera intake. They are 41mm in diameter. Also. Ollies added the C2 head gasket modification on the advise of both Protomotive and Ollies.
7. The case was line bored and boat tailed by Ollies.
8. Cylinder are 98mm (3.3 turbo version). They have been replated by Millennium Technologies and half mooned (wendage cut).
9. Ignition will be two MSD6AL units.
10. Intercooler will be a Porsche 965 which has been modified to direct the cold air charge directly into the Carrera intake manifold with adding an additional tubing.

I am sure there are many thing that I am leaving out, but this is a start.

Thanks to everyone for there support.
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yep, those work great and only thing better to hold rods are hot swimsuit models
u dont happen to have a set of "rod holders" u could send my way. id rather not work with rubber bands ahha

Rich Buckner, how long did it take to get the dry coatings applied once they had your parts in hand?
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It took Xtreme 7 days, start to finish, to do the pistons. I also have the turbo hot housing and Borla XR-1 muffler coated with the thermal barrier. That stuff is magic. It keeps the heat inside and really cools down the back of the car.
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Damn right! Other things had come to mind about the ideal surface for a man to place his beer when and while working on his Porsche! I will admit, the Image Girls or Paddock Queens or whatever you want to call them have uses beyond looking pretty, when you're dead tired, cold, weat, thirsty, dying of hunger, etc it's there bloody job to bring you food.

But rubberbands are awesome.

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