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Now ,thats an IC !
Awesome job TK.
Good for you Cole.
I dont think I have seen a better looking IC.
Me want one.
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Old 10-14-2011, 12:40 PM
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Sweet!
looking forward to some more build pics Cole!
Now you have me scratching an anodizing itch!!!
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Nice intercooler!
It's cool to see a custom full bay one thats different from the rest.

Did they weld in a bung or something in the exit pipe above the throttle body for a WMI nozzle?
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Did they weld in a bung or something in the exit pipe above the throttle body for a WMI nozzle?
Yes, just 3 ports:
1x 1/8NPT in outlet above throttle body -- for WMI
1x M10x1.0 threaded -- for a boost source (bottom of outlet tank)
1x 5/8" tube -- for aux. air regulator, in case it is used
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Vas:

Thanks !! I'm really pleased and it's just the kind of incrediable work you get from
Chris and the TK guys.


E-Man:

You got to love the anodized look. This gives it a great, serious, no BS, functional
look that was just made for the "Old Sled".

I will be posting more pics. soon. In the process of trying to get just what I
wanted I've had to move, modify. refit, retrofit, delete, add, and redesign a lot
of what was stock and what was added. I have been waiting for the IC so I
can make sure all this is going to come together as planned. I will post pics as
I install.


Jimmer:

Glad to hear you approve, as you know I have a high regard of your opinion.

A couple things you might get a kick out of: By relocating the fuel distributor I
have cut the previous rediculosly long intake track to the turbo down to about
9 inches and a 1 inch BOV return inlet line is also in that intake track. The fuel
distributor can be removed and set aside, for access to the right valve cover
area by simply removing the 3 outside intake nuts and loosening the T bolt
clamp on the intake pipe. You can actually sit the fuel distributor at the back of
the engine without removing any fuel lines.

The IC front tank sits 9 1/2 inches forward of the fan housing which puts
the front tank about even with the rear reflector panel and puts the TB directly
under the rear tank outlet and its fastened down with a 7 inch long turnbuckle
to keep it from lifting. The location keeps the majority of the IC surface area
far to the rear of the tail and allowes an almost totally unobstructed flow of air
through the IC and out underneath the back of the car. Should really keep the
temps down. I'll post pics as I go along.

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Cole!!! Your TK intercooler looks trick and must be very effective! Your tail should be perfect for the setup you're going after. You must be itching to get Old Sled done but you're right...you need to do things right. I hope the rest of the work needed to be done will go smooth. Keep posting pics as you make progress will ya?
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Hi Cole nice intercooler looking forward to seeing the finished product
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Mikie:

Thanks Bud !!!! Hope your and the Red Beast are doing well. Getting the IC is a
big deal as it was holding up getting other things finished up.


G Man:

Great to hear from you buddy. I hope all is well with you and the family, miss
your input.



Thanks for the complimenst on the IC, it's killer. Will be posting pics, as I move
forward. I've been waiting on the IC so I can make sure everything comes
together and fits correctly. I've added or moved so much stuff it's getting
crowded in certain areas.

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Thanks Cole all is well and I think you are the only one, take care and enjoy that car.


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Mikie:

Thanks Bud !!!! Hope your and the Red Beast are doing well. Getting the IC is a
big deal as it was holding up getting other things finished up.


G Man:

Great to hear from you buddy. I hope all is well with you and the family, miss
your input.



Thanks for the complimenst on the IC, it's killer. Will be posting pics, as I move
forward. I've been waiting on the IC so I can make sure everything comes
together and fits correctly. I've added or moved so much stuff it's getting
crowded in certain areas.

Cole
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Cole, what do you estimate your whp to be when this monster's running again?
BTW, it looks well thought out and well executed.
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Paul,

I needed that, at this point I'm feeling insane. Did the fuel supply and return lines
tonight and at least felt like I accomplished something.

I have no idea on whp. Most builds like mine "supposedly" come in someplace
between 375 and 400 but who knows. I know before I started, I did have the
the short gear set then, I've had grown men screaming like little girls.

Thanks for the words of encouragement !!!!!

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Cole, have you come up with a muffler for your project or is going to be zorked?

Nice workmanship on the intercooler Chris!
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Jim:

A Zork is the only way to go !!!

I've had this pic. for years, in my files, and always knew it was what
I was going to go with. The hard part was finding a cookie cutter, I
looked for 20 years for one. Thanks to Marty, a fellow Hoosier and
Pelican brother, I have one he most generously donated to the cause.



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Thought I would post some pics. of the mass mess I've created getting
fuel lines in. Please excuse the clutter but I've had to pull everything loose
to get the lines where I want them. As you can see, it's getting crowded
in there.

Still have to put the vent filter and a dump tube for the wur onto
the catch can.





Using a Y on the fuel return line to feed the tank return and the bottom
return on the accumulator.





Flipped the filter/accumulator console to allow easier access to fuel
fittings and the wiring console.





These pics may end up in the Porsche "Thing you never want to do to
your 930" hall of fame.

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This is no longer a 930. You'll need to start posting on a different forum, Cole.

My mind is spinning with all the cool chit you've done and are doing. Looks to me like you're sorting out all the design flaws, using some logical common sense where it was lacking from the good Dr. Porsche and his brood.
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Cole, how are you going to protect that rear fuse block from the elements? I like the idea of everything being so accessible but I worry about rain water and the more likely car wash Let me guess, you are going to fab up some uber cool carbon fiber cover or... do you have something more easily built by us lowly shade trees?
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Mr. Gimpy:


The, so called, logical simple approach is nothing other than that
I'm simple so I don't know how else to do it.

Thanks for the encouragement buddy; the only thing better would
be to have you closer so we could do this together. Now, for sure,
thats a thought that really f---'s with your head, and we might even
be able to recruit Fairman to keep us straight.


JB:
And the solution is to fall back on the old Walmart bag and a large
rubber band trick. I also still have the original cover and will probably
modify it and use that.

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A bit of an update:

Got the fuel line and returns plumbed up and installed. Moved a few things around and cleaned up the ubermess some.
















Tomorrow the CIS goes in for the final time and I'll be making all the
lines to the injectors. I need to order 6 longer banjo bolts for the fuel
head connections but I can still make lines using the shorter banjos
while I'm waiting.

The incredible masterpiece from TurboKraft got here Friday and I
never cease to be amazed at the quality of work Chris and the TK
crew does, it really is beautiful.





Took a look at fitting it earlier today and the IC intake pipe is going to be
a bit of a challenge, the best laid plans of mice and men. It seems that in our
quest to place it in the ideal spot for cooling we have the IC inlet directly
over the rear apron. Time to take a look at my options here.


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You don't need no stinkin' apron.

Fab up and bolt on like the racers. Decklid on pins.
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Marty:

Great to hear from you bud !!!!! I hope everything is good with you
and the family.

I had considered that but it's easier to cut off the outlet flange to
the TB and reposition. I have all the room in the world to work with
moving back.

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