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So many great turbo builds I keep running across. How is the car doing to date? I'm trying to take in all the learnings I can from all the builds before I jump into the boost water.

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Also, curious how the 915 is holding up

Nice build!
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A bit slow going at the moment, recently had a baby so the car has been put on the back burner of sorts. I had a mis-shift late last year (bent 4 exhaust valves) and the engine is completely torn down again.









I sourced a set of heads from a member on this site and have been working on those. Made a set of inserts for the exhaust ports since the new heads have a receiver groove in them that my headers do not have. These are a press-fit and sit proud of the gaskets 0.001" for a minor crush. Also removed all the old and crusty exhaust manifold studs.







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I then turned my attention to the intake ports and designed and 3D printed a jig for a mill to match the injector notch on the CIS heads to the 3.2 intake manifold:









I also have a set of ARP Head Studs on order since I'm in there, and all the bearings are being replaced for good measure.

915 is holding up okay for now, not sure how it's going to do when we turn the boost up when it's all back together
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That jig is cool, I was wondering about that as I have planned to get a 3.2 intake to replace my PMO's if I go turbo.
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That jig is cool, I was wondering about that as I have planned to get a 3.2 intake to replace my PMO's if I go turbo.
I'm more than willing to loan it out if anyone would like to use it.
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Got some new goodies today in the mail





Should have done this the first time around but live and learn...then get Luvs.
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Do you include a dab of loctite, or no loctite?
I used those head studs and did one valve adjust since and everything was pretty tight. But I've heard others ha e noticed the studs loosen some.
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Do you include a dab of loctite, or no loctite?
I used those head studs and did one valve adjust since and everything was pretty tight. But I've heard others ha e noticed the studs loosen some.
I'll be adding some Loctite to mine upon installation, just for good measure.

Heads are done with AASCO springs and Ti retainers, machine work done at Vellios Machine Shop. Also had them chamfer the heads for the 98mm bore. Not entirely sure it was necessary with the JE's but opted to have it done anyway.

I hung the rods today, stretched the ARP bolts to spec. Using Mahle/Clevite race bearing shells on the rods this time around:



Crank was magnafluxed and polished at Engine Machine Services in Inglewood.

Next stage is cleaning/prepping the case for reassembly. Slowly getting there, hard to find time with a youngin' around.
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Cleaned up the trans a little bit this weekend so it's easier to see all the bits when it grenades!







Still have a lot more work to do on it, this was just a couple quick degreaser soaks and rinses.
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Also designed my own crank sensor mount that allows the distributor to be retained for the AEM EPM as my cam signal while using a Clewett 60-2 trigger wheel on a GSF pulley. Final part was CNC machined and anodized (I have a few extras too if anyone is interested):

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why are you switching to the Clewett crank pickup instead of the EPM?
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why are you switching to the Clewett crank pickup instead of the EPM?
Just want a little more resolution on the crank signal is all, no issues with the EPM.
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Some updates:

Trans all cleaned up:







Lower valve covers powder coated (uppers will be revealed at a later date):





Turbine housing ceramic coated:



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Intermediate shaft bearings (Genuine Porsche) with WPC Treatment for increased durability and longevity:





Repurposed my no-longer-used fog light switch as a 4 position engine map switch:



Swapped out the stock rods for some Carrillo units:





Just about ready to start putting everything back together

Stock rods with ARP bolts and Canyon one piece pin bushings will be for sale soon as well.

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