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turbokraft full bay intercooler pictures-installation

I am looking into a full bay intercooler for my '79 930 and wanted to see some installation pictures of the Turbokraft full bay unit.

In particular I am looking for photos other than what's on their website. I am mostly interested in seeing how the rear connection is made to the intercooler and the throttle body on the pancake manifold. Photos of the actual piping assembly and how itís connected, mounting points, location of the blow off valve, ie. I have concerns with packaging it in my engine compartment and without photos of this piece itís impossible to make any judgement if it works for me.

I called Chris and he canít supply me any pictures so thatís why I am asking here.

Any help is appreciated. PM me if itís easier to talk off line. I can give you my email address.

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Mine is on a 3.2 manifold, but I can show you pics of that if you want.
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Glad you found your way into the correct forum

I have a 1994 3.6 single turbo with a pancake manifold and a large intercooler but it is not a turbokraft IC and certainly not as pretty as one of Chris' pieces. Use a rubber boot between the intake and IC.



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Another photo

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Hi Van,
Nice Garrettson IC! That uses an 8" length (fore-aft) core, so it can exit nearly vertically into a 930 manifold.
TurboKraft intercoolers are usually 12" so we use a 3" diameter tube out of the intercooler into the throttle body. It's a "U" shaped tube on the 3.2 manifold setups, and a "S" for the flat manifold. Using an outlet tube lets us mount all accessories in it -- air temp sensor, idle motor port, blow off valve, etc.

Sorting through 1,000+ photos from a recent project, sure to have a good on in the back of the IC outlet pipe. Will post it here.

Fred -- we can put the BOV most anywhere along that outlet tube, or, leave it off for you to add on (TIG weld the flange locally).
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Here's a pic of my motor, which has all of Chris's stuff including the full bay intercooler, not pictured.
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Fred, Here are a few pictures of mine and what I came up with... and I agree the TK full bay I/C is pure jewelry!!!! Hope these pics better help you visualize things. Brad

[IMG]IMG_0142 by Brad, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]IMG_0140 by Brad, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]IMG_0181 by Brad, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]IMG_0169 by Brad, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]20140426_185415 by Brad, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]20170627_115050 by Brad, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Chris I did not know it was a Garretson IC. I know this motor well, as it came out of a friends car, but I took it in on trade and am most likely going to sell it

Thanks for the info

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Nice Garrettson IC! That uses an 8" length (fore-aft) core, so it can exit nearly vertically into a 930 manifold.
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This is a Tial, Intercooler, headers and turbos from the GT2 I built




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TK full-width EFI intercooler's cold-side charge pipe, intercooler to throttle body, 930 with flat manifold.

The standard BOV we use is a black Raceport from Turbosmart, while the one shown is a HKS SSQV (customer request). BOV + installation (welding) is $300.


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More pics of my setup for reference






https://imgur.com/a/mMvJS
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Some more pics for you, but using a 3.2 manifold and Fly-by-Wire 997.1 throttle body...(just mock-up pics whilst the build is in progress)









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Thank guys pictures helped a lot.

I do appreciate the responses.

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That's some *serious* engine porn right there, Spencer!
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That's some *serious* engine porn right there, Spencer!
Aww shucks, I couldn't possibly comment!! Just hope it delivers the numbers, as/when.
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Spenny,maybe you can give us some specs?I have convinced my brother to finish his 930 and take his motor to T/K.

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Spenny,maybe you can give us some specs?I have convinced my brother to finish his 930 and take his motor to T/K.

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Hi Kevin, without taking the thread off topic too far, it's a:

3.3 basis engine now running 98mm LN Nickies for 3.4
CP Carrillo TurboKraft pistons
CP Carrillo steel rods
Flowed heads with Schrick valve hardware
Heads are twin-plugged
964 Carrera cams
Carrera 3.2 Intake manifold
Ford EcoBoost CoP ignition system
Garrett GT35R turbo (twinscroll)
2x Tial wastegates with phase and anti-phase boost control
1x Tial BOV
Syvecs (Life Racing) S6+ engine management
Dual knock sensors
Dual EGT sensors
964RS Flywheel
997 GT2RS Sachs clutch
Fly-by-wire throttle
Traction control with 4x wheel sensing and lateral G sensor

...and of course, one of Chris's TK intercoolers, front-and-centre.

Full write-up with all the gory details and specs are in my thread over in the Engine Rebuilding forum, linked below

And for sure, give TurboKraft a call re your Brothers car. I'd have been absolutely nowhere with my project if it wasn't for Chris.
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...and, A/C. Spenny, you win!
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...and, A/C. Spenny, you win!
Lol!

Nah, it ain't about winning anything, I got all my ideas and wish-list bits only from reading threads on Pelican. But having said that, a fair bit of effort went into shipping A/C pipework around the country to make up the custom hoses, welding bosses into place, etc. The UK doesn't seem to have as many A/C specialist or parts suppliers as you guys do (duh...our climate may be the reason).

It all looks remarkably unremarkable now when I look back, but glad I did it (having spent £1200 on a new CCU only a month or 2 before embarking on this project...I damn well want to use the thing!!)
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