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Old 12-07-2016, 06:26 AM
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I decided to get rid of the magnesium monstrosity but didn't want to cut it up and threw it in the box with the other stock stuff "just in case". What a PITA this was, ended up using four pie cuts on 3" sch 40 pipe and still had to cheat a little to get it to fit right.



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I made the corner of the rear tin removable to make it easy to get the intake pipe off.
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Excellent job on the TB adapter. Wish someone made these but I imagine the market is super small and they would cost a fortune.
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Old 01-04-2017, 08:19 AM
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Thanks. The TB and the IC throat are offset in all three axis and there is such a small distance between them it is a challenge to get it right. I initially looked at moving the Garretson IC towards the driver side so the outlet throat would be in line with the TB front to back axis but then it interferes with the engine lid hinge. I wanted the benefits of a long neck IC but the removal convenience of a short neck. I like to minimize the use of hose clamps and silicone connectors so made the inlet elbow to turbo inlet transition out of two exhaust adapters and welded it to the S pipe. Now to bead blast everything and paint it.
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Im running a cut off mid-manifold and dual BOVs. It was a real pain getting it all lined up and secured.

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Very nice. I hope this plastic 964 BOV I've got works ok. What are you using the TPS for, fuel enrichment?
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That is the stock TPS sensor. Im using a Leask WUR with the RPM switch for fuel enrichment (grey solenoid above the TB.

You'll be totally fine with the 964 unit. My setup is likely going to be way overkill.
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Your engine looks really good, Shannon!

You probably know this and that vac cap is just temporary to keep dust out, butt just in case, you don't want the air vent on the WUR capped off during operation.


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Thanks man.

Yep, the vent still needs a hose put on it, thanks for the reminder.
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Really nice work.

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Got some quality time in the shop. I decided to use the KISS principle for the SC cam pump drive and close couple it like others have. But I wanted some pressure relief holes in the cam like the 930 cams have. I think the purpose of these is to prevent the build up of oil pressure in the cavity between the cam and the original air pump drive housing which may cause oil leakage thru the dynamic seal. It could also affect the seal in the scavenge pump so I decided to drill them. I made a drill guide out of a hunk of aluminum. It centers on a 1/8 drill bit that is a perfect fit into the center drilling of the cam. I periodically cleaned the swarf out of the holes with a wand on a can of brake kleen as I drilled. I had the exhaust valve cover off so I could see when the bit came thru and cleaned up any chips on the inside with a greasy q-tip.







After drilling the two 7/64 holes.


I made some spacers to center the socket heads on the pump drive pin.

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Leask WUR and Pierburg. Next is rebuild of the fuel head.
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You gotta love these engines. I like looking at them on engine stands, in the car, underneath. Where ever. Metal art. Hope it runs as nice as it looks.
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Thanks Alan. I agree, they are a work of art only a gearhead can appreciate. I especially like pics of the old school racing engines. Would a 917 lump fit in the back seat of a 930?


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This was a waste of time. This thing almost looks like the day it left the factory 38 years ago, a testament to good fuel and Stabil during the off season. I'll replace the o-rings since I already have them. I'm going to reuse the original diaphragm since there's no dimples in it. No sealer.

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This was a waste of time. This thing almost looks like the day it left the factory 38 years ago, a testament to good fuel and Stabil during the off season. I'll replace the o-rings since I already have them. I'm going to reuse the original diaphragm since there's no dimples in it. No sealer.
Preventive maintenance pays off big. We often take them apart and find varnish and rust. :-(
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This was a waste of time. This thing almost looks like the day it left the factory 38 years ago, a testament to good fuel and Stabil during the off season. I'll replace the o-rings since I already have them. I'm going to reuse the original diaphragm since there's no dimples in it. No sealer.

Almost looks new its amazing that its 38 years old and looking like that..wow

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Old 01-18-2017, 05:07 PM
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You say no sealant?I wouldn't think you would need any,but there are some people that use it.Why not?

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