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This is the number 5 cylinder that was on my motor before I installed new pistons and cylinders last spring.
Looks like detonation broke pieces of nikasil plating off the top edge of the cylinder and the pieces wore these weird marks in the cylinder wall. The sides of the piston had no marks though so it's a weird one.
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Jesper I'm loving your Andial Intercooler pic! something about it is just iconic!
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^^^nice upgrade there Paul

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Wow Paul, the difference between the size of the turbine housings between the two turbochargers is really impressive!

I don't remember if you have commented about this before, but what are your thoughts on the spooling characteristics between the two? Do you miss the "putt putt - hammer" power delivery of the stocker?
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thanks MikeD! And, great shot - what a fun day that was.

Heh, yeah Ronknees - that's why I picked that shot today, stumbled across it in my troves and was shocked at the difference.

Interestingly, boost onset is about the same. I'd expected it to be even more laggy honestly, and attempted to mitigate that w/ the SC cams fully advanced, but it ended up being very similar in terms of when the hammer hits... just now with a significantly bigger hammah!!!

So much that it spins my 25k spring centered clutch under load in 3rd / 4th, so I have to feather into WOT to allow the boost to settle into the drivetrain. And it pulls waaaaaay hard waaaaaay high into the revs which is a hoot.

That... and... wheelspin - the amount of rubber shards plastered behind my 295/18s is equal parts comical / depressing heh heh. 930potd, re-deux!:



It's a Garrett 82 hotside / ITS coldside from Jerry Woods, and is whistletastic. The gang behind me @ turboPALOOZER this summer kept remarking on how fawking loud it was. Pales in comparison to Petey's old CT Turbo triple ceramic ball bearing unit honestly, but I'll take it 8-)...

if you re-watch my stoopid Monticello vid, you'll feel the lag and hear me bustin on it coming out of the 2 hairpins there:



I do dig that it definitely retains some of that belovedly cherished "stock" character...
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Nice pic of the dirty rear quarter valence...plus that's some baller driving there!! Car sounds great plus I see that you hit as high as 1.2g's cornering...impressive considering non-race tires.
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thanks MikeD!

I wish pics did that filth justice - literally the entire rear quarter of my car looks like that... I may never wash it 8-).

Yeah, I recently re-watched that footage and made the same G observation... agreed, very impressive for street tires.

When you go to look come summer, check out Bridgestone RE760 Sport's - they were pretty damn reasonably priced for the size / speed rating, wore really well considering the ^DE usage^, are verrrry sticky, and they look the part as well!

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I really like your wheels and your stance, Paulie!


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thanks Geoff - backatchya!

IMO mine could come down a c-hair (redheaded?) in the rear, but I drive the firkin beJEEBUS out of it on all sorts of undulating New England roads so I don't dare go any lower.

Good to hear from you, haven't seen you post much in quite some time... hope yer schwell, and Happy Gobble to ya!
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This '76 930 was just drug in to the restoration shop from languishing behind a barn for the last 20 years. Nice contrast to the finished cars in the back ground.


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Jesper I'm loving your Andial Intercooler pic! something about it is just iconic!
Thanks Pete. Driving the 930 a last few times on these beautiful back roads here in California is legendary for me.

On a different note...here is my latest attempt of great sound that does not aggravate my irritable inner ear too much.



This is the subtle version aesthetically. I will also be contemplating a style, which does more mimic my Borla quad tip.

Final pic of the day from me sorting out the stuff no one but oneself cares about, the details


Happy thanksgiving guys.
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Really cool vid, Paul - love the whistling dixie turbo sound and love the wastegate rip bouncing off of one of the cars you passed on the right - way boss (even for a bisch, bisch)!

Glad you like the boost characteristics of yer big balls turbo . . . mine hits much earlier than the 3ldz and doesn't appear to run out of breath at high RPM (was advertised to deliver much more air at high RPM than the stocker, but I've never verified that on a dyno - feels like it, though) . . . I thought I might miss the light switch effect of the stocker when I replaced it with this one about 6 years ago or so, and while that effect is muted somewhat, it is shocking how quickly it picks up speed/RPM due to the early boost. In other words, my car's rate of acceleration resembles your own, as you are beating feet toward the doors of yer favorite meat palace (alternative lifestyle variety, buttofcourse)!

PS - the tire dust is sweet! Ha!

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Jesper, how much horsepower does that bat add? Or do you keep it around in case Paul decides to creep up on you with a look of bad intentions on his mug?!
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Oldie that I just found.

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Jesper, how much horsepower does that bat add? Or do you keep it around in case Paul decides to creep up on you with a look of bad intentions on his mug?!
The most important thing is it does not leave any marks...
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awesome stuff, Brian / Tim / Jesper / Uncle!

Since it's Thanksgiving and all, 930potd needs something a little extra today - how about 2 red 930s in the garage (he says as he firmly awaits Tony to reply with his like 6 or 19 or 30 or something heh heh)?

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Happy Thanksgiving, my friends!!!
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Paulie- that vid of MMC just got my juices going again! Agree with your whistle and hammer hit on your turbo's delivery car (having had the privilege of giving it a spin). Very cool car that just keeps getting better. Also agree on the just-say-no to the Nascar braided color fittings...

I don't think I mentioned that it was a good idea I listened to my senses and didn't go out on that last extra run you successfully lobbied for at MMC. I didn't like how my car was handling after the third run and I wisely decided to sit it out after that. I brought the car up to Dan Jacobs for an alignment and it turned out that a bushing at the end of my rack had fallen out of place somehow and on right turns the car felt real squirrelly. I like them but don't like that you can't be in the shop while they work. As a hardcore DIY guy, that kills me. Anyway my alignment was waaaay off. So it's good to listen to the little voice now and then.
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The most important thing is it does not leave any marks...
Sweet feature, but not necessary in Paul's case - he already wears bookoo makeup, and can cover any potential "marks" he gets by simply applying more!
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