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Kozmo...that's a bummer about a lit'l setback. At least you are making progress!

Paul...link to 'utube 's no worky! Good to hear about no smokey and that's one simple but effective solution!

JF...I can't figure out how you keep your engine/car so clean considering you don't use/have a garage.
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Dude ! is that a twin scroll turbo ....Nice unit need to know more

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I got it from Turbos Direct in Arizona and they call it a GSX 61. It's single scroll with T3 flange. It's built on a Garrett T04Z turbo and they make them with journal bearings or dual ball bearings and with a cast or billet compressor wheel.
I got the ball bearing version that is $300 more than the journal bearing version with the billet compressor wheel that is $50 more than the cast compressor wheel. The billet compressor wheel is more efficient and blows more air. Looks way cooler too.

Mike at Turbos Direct recommended this turbo to me and said you can think of it as a modern upgraded version of the Garrett Blowzilla.

Here's some more pics of it.







Here's a picture of a .031" nitrous oxide jet like the .035" one I put in the turbo oil supply tube to work as an oil restricter. They fit like they were made for it. I'm sure there are carburetor jets that would fit and work just as well.

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[QUOTE=JF...I can't figure out how you keep your engine/car so clean considering you don't use/have a garage.[/QUOTE]
Actually the car is really dirty right now. I usually keep an outdoor car cover thats pretty well shredded from the neighbors cats clawing on it on it but the car is too dirty to put it on right now.
The motor stays fairly clean because I spray it off with gunk and water if it gets dirty and that can be a mistake if water gets into the electronics.

That and I tinker with it so much I like to keep it clean. I replaced the top end a few months ago so everything that attaches to the motor from the cylinders on up has been replaced or cleaned recently.

My old BMW's had beautiful motors I rebuilt and kept clean and detailed while the bodies were crapped out with rust and Florida sun oxidized paint. I hate waxing cars so I never do that.
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Jim,^that^ is simply cruel and unusual punishment to subject us here all to! Damn that's sexxxaaay.

Ahhhhh... so the two steps forward / a dozen or 90 back pattern repeats. Sigh.

Drove my POS ~ 15mi today very lightly very local to begin shakedown.

randomly general observations 'o fun:

- I now suddenly have no lowbeams... they worked a few weeks ago odd
- my GReddy EBC isn't showing a boost reading, and doesn't appear to be managing the WG?
- my WG doesn't sound like it's cracking open upon boost and I'm hitting the 1.2bar cutout
- my AFR gauge is still wonky (was before, had hoped the dual 044's would solve it - it's almost moar werserer now in that sometimes it'll read fine then suddenly read 54.8 or something... WTF?)
- both banks of headers sound / feel to be leaky... WTF weren't before
- idle sometimes hangs @ 1400 randomly, and throttle sometimes seems to sticky @ 12-1400

hey, other than ^that^... it's GREAT! D'oh.

calling 1st thing a.m. to sched cb/align... may ask them to opine on my AFR's... wonky gauge or?

tick frickin tock

thinkin bout you Kozmon!


ps. Peeling called me tonight, he is IN! Assuming I am, that is... oy.
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WOW ! insult to injury ... spent night at hospital Saturday and Sunday morning with my baby girl (family first) 103 temp .CRY,CRY,CRY !

So I may get back to working on car today , checking (180 timing out ) and sourcing a over boost switch .Thanks for the quick responses everyone it helps

Paul you are driving very good news
wish you luck figuring out the rest , good magiver by the way

Hoping my self for better news come later today wish me luck

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I got it from Turbos Direct in Arizona and they call it a GSX 61. It's single scroll with T3 flange. It's built on a Garrett T04Z turbo and they make them with journal bearings or dual ball bearings and with a cast or billet compressor wheel.
I got the ball bearing version that is $300 more than the journal bearing version with the billet compressor wheel that is $50 more than the cast compressor wheel. The billet compressor wheel is more efficient and blows more air. Looks way cooler too.

Mike at Turbos Direct recommended this turbo to me and said you can think of it as a modern upgraded version of the Garrett Blowzilla.

Here's some more pics of it.







Here's a picture of a .031" nitrous oxide jet like the .035" one I put in the turbo oil supply tube to work as an oil restricter. They fit like they were made for it. I'm sure there are carburetor jets that would fit and work just as well.

PURE PORN !
Like to know the performance of it , how does it spool between the K27 ? seeking more bottom end quicker spool... could be worth the change , 'things that make you go,Hmmmm? "

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Kozster... hope your daughter's feeling better and that it wasn't anything serious. Ugh. Never fun.

Me, put a bunch of around-town short trip back/forth miles on my POS yesterday to further shakedown. The oil tank brazed fitting redneck fix seems to be holding well, and all other weeps and leaks at least APPEAR to be GONE (!!!).

Decided I'm HOPEFULLY good so spent the eve fitting up the rear bumper , retorquing header studs (had leaks on both sides from being f'd with w/ the jack), and finishing the strut bar install, yet another 2:30a.m. evening on this thing.

Oy.

Just returned from dropping it off @ Musante for cb/align... here's some snaps:









Said aiming for a Thurs end of day pickup... seems a bit long, but oh well. Need it back to sort low beam issue, install new highbeam stalk, re-epoxy my shifter coupler (f'n 3rd f'n gdamn time - need to pull / weld it one of these daze), and address a handful of other annoying niggles.

BUT

hopefully

(HOPEFULLY)

I've cleared the hurdlez.

Now, for you to share in same said victory down thar Kozmeister!!! UCANDOEET!!!!!

if it makes you feel any better there, I'm going riiiiight on back to the shop... to... bring them... my keys from my pocket. WTF? Ugh. Sleep deprivation, at it's finest. Never ever ever ever forget how much I simply RULE!!! FMe...
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Car looks great Paul, I wish I had that same front spoiler to accommodate the setrab I got sitting on the bench...
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Kozmo, sorry to hear about your daughter...I hope she pulls through fine. Any latest news on your 930?

Paul, don't feel bad...at least you didn't leave your keys in your locked car! So what the story with having a side scoop only on the passenger side? BTW...that one nice Indischrot...similar to mine!

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Finally back working some in between crying sessions ... her throat is swollen and really a BI-OTCH ! to get her calmed down or eat anything

Paul car looking good lots of hard work watching the things we have over come in the last few weeks , I'm hoping to be doing the same shortly .

But good note ; found I have major "NO FUEL" issue ... so after pulling some jets and getting fuel to drip then adjust for a little more to start I pulled plugs to let dry out over night . So while that was going on finishing up the little things you always seem to forget . But I swept the floor of all tools and spare crap laying around... Ready to come down to the ground
By the way took extra steering wheel to doc's today ,had new cast made "I can drive and grab gears now"

Way good deal
Hoping this things fires up and off to Atlanta I go c/b and align

"TIC-toc-TIC-toc"
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KOZ!

thanks fer ze thoughts!

hilarity on the wheel! bet that was a new one for your doc! Too funny...

great news on the hopeful fuel prob find 'n fix!

and most importantly... hoping yer little girls' throat improves!!!

day late / dollah short... I think I fixed my vid access (dunno whyTF the embed code attempt no worky still - grrr!)...

schmoky before:

https://picasaweb.google.com/103303182711250696201/20140710202#6035000777394479778

notsoschmoky after:

https://picasaweb.google.com/103303182711250696201/20140712202#6035430827355690146

here's to hopin you be postin the same tomorrow!

be funny if we're both cb/align'n @ same time...

had a good chat w/ AlexM yesterday, he's hopefully coming w/Walt riding gun - should make for a good (Just Not Right) crew for us fersure...

tickfrickinTOCK... biatch!


ps. Chris said he's at least aiming to wrap my POS up tomorrow night out of courtesy to afford me max time to attend to the remaining niggles I need to address (low beams? who needs low beams!?!?)
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well it is a confirmed fuel problem .... having to "jerri-rig" some gauges so I can try and sort this out . Running out of time guys need time to c/b and align before I drive ...

Not looking good , but still trying hard will work late tonight trying to get to the bottom of things . May be a cold start valve stuck pouring fuel in motor ...

1 week ... "TIC-toc-TIC-toc"

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May be a cold start valve stuck pouring fuel in motor ..
cold start valve is electronically actuated. You could probably just unplug it. Given that you've been dealing with a lot of wiring issues, that might be the problem, and would be an easy fix...you can live without it.
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Ronnieban-By-Proxy texts in:

"disconnect one of the wires from the thermo time switch on the left chain box cover to disable the CSV"

I thought it ran the other week tho?

pullin fer ya brutha!!! You'll get it!
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I remember when I had severe no-start problems, some guys suggested the csv as well. However, others said it cannot flood the engine enough to make it pour out the exhaust. The same happened to me.
In my case, like I mentioned earlier, it was the metering valve in the fuel head that was stuck.
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"disconnect one of the wires from the thermo time switch on the left chain box cover to disable the CSV"

I thought it ran the other week tho?

pullin fer ya brutha!!! You'll get it!
Just quick update ;
thermo time switch; does yellow wire have to be hooked up to complete circuit ? or does not matter for fuel pump operation ?
Ya it was idling when touched pedal DIE ! But I have lots of fuel in exh ( ya exh leak at connections told me that ) going to unbolt enough to drain before firing again . My buddy is on the way over right now to help with the gauge setup (1 hand ) make things easier for me . So this weekend is going to be it , so if she don't run won't have enough time to c/b and align .

Wish me luck

good to hear some guys will be on track ! makes me even more jealous ....

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cold start valve is electronically actuated. You could probably just unplug it. Given that you've been dealing with a lot of wiring issues, that might be the problem, and would be an easy fix...you can live without it.
If the CSV is stuck open and fuel head is supplying fuel would that not fill up exh ?

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Car looks great Paul, I wish I had that same front spoiler to accommodate the setrab I got sitting on the bench...
Dam Paul car looks good ...

Very jealous right now ..."CONFIRMED"


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DOOD

come ON

post up some more details of what's goin on thar

we (OK not me) as a whole can (!@#$$%%^&*!!!!!!!!!!@#$$^%^&^&* WILL) get you goin!!!!!!

we're (everyone else but me, I'm just the purty cheerleader) operatin in (somewhat) a vacuum here tryin to help

talk to us brutha!!!!!!!
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Well spent most of the night sorting out fuel pressures and setup , and here it is 4:48am ....
I had to take everything off the top to access all the injector lines put all lines into baby jars to start testing .
By the way CSV check out ok ... after testing
Got to tell you "GAUGES" are a most to do this job right (rub it in everyone) there is NO WAY ! you will do this on a new fuel system without them.
Mix matching the injectors to get perfect spray pattern on all injectors (why that works I still don't know). Can't count how many times I dumped the baby jars . Anyway after all this crap not only was cylinders full of gas from all of the past debacle's the engine oil was no good either .

"Draining all oil ".... get some more when I wake up , but I have a smile on my face and hoping for the best today...
VAROOOOM !!! maybe ?

"TIC-toc-TIC-toc"
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