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well finally started the install this morning

after waiting to get some projects done around the house and a paint job for a fellow pelican along with being busy with the regulated the business stuff I have finally started the turbo install. I will update my day to day progress if folks want to see it. here are some pictures. Oh and this is an 81 sc engine with tbitz efi running a wideband o2 and out (M&K) airbox.. and dansk early heat exchangers(same as ssis but not as nice)
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Old 07-05-2006, 07:24 AM
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I'm with ya and I'll take the spare.
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oh hear are some pics of the car and the parts jerry this is the extra turbo I told you about
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yup, I'll take one of everything in the top picture. PM a price, and I'll call you, no hurry
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jerry are you out on the rig right now?? Anyhow. I am going to mess with this the next days and gone for the weekend. Once I return monday I will hopefully be to the tuning portion of this. I need to figure out the timing curve that I need etc but once its up and running I will get your prices etc. But you can use all my prototype stuff at a greta price
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looks great- how 'bout an install on a 3.2 Carrera?
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Ben;

Looks really good. Keep up the posts so we can follow your progress.
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Can't wait to see how this turns out
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Looks very nice!
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wow...can't wait to see it GO!
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ok heres more progress as of 1 pm. 2 pics one of the oil drain. I need to make that connection. Any ideas??
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well got the drain figured out. so take a break and get back to it tonight. Should be finished with all the plumbing by the morning.. then adjust valves change the oil and fire it up
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Great stuff Ben. I can't wait to see the finished product installed and shooting flames .
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I think when we talked I was thinking and saying PSI, So what I meant was .5 bar or 7.4 psi, up to but not over .7 bar or 10.3 psi.
So ya I'm going to scrounge up an IC somewhere. I was thinking of goingsuperfast's.
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here's a pic of an oil return line that may work (very flexible)
It's 5/8 oil return from 85-86 ford
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Thats A good idea. I almost have the problem solved> believe it or not I am having trouble fitting the an fittings on the hose. I never thought it would be so technical to fit a fitting on a hose!!!!!!
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Thats A good idea. I almost have the problem solved> believe it or not I am having trouble fitting the an fittings on the hose. I never thought it would be so technical to fit a fitting on a hose!!!!!!
Hah, true... half of the problems and time it took on my install was sourcing parts I could not get locally. Insta-delays of 2-3 days for each small part was the norm.

Got it running yet Ben?

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no swim lessons this morning and go away for the weekend early friday so monday is the day. I will work on it a little today and post picture updates
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updates...cmon we need our fix! =o) I just love watchind the fab work involved in this.
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well at a stand still. Had to order another AN fitting 37 degree non swivel so that it will make the distance. So no updates until next week
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