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Yes. I am jealous! The color. The tech. YES!

But what I don't understand... the level of atention and detail is high... why not all the way?!
e.g. I don't get it, that the old dented oillines were mounted.
As well why certain (detachable) parts (e.g. under the dash) were just sprayed over.
Don't tell me it was the money?
Because part of the fun was being able to save and re-use 90% of the OE nuts, bolts, trim pieces, etc.

Anybody can order all the parts out of a catalog new.
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Because part of the fun was being able to save and re-use 90% of the OE nuts, bolts, trim pieces, etc.

Anybody can order all the parts out of a catalog new.
Can i get an amen?
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Great article in SpeedHunters.
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Can i get an amen?
Amen!

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It was great to finally see your car in person, Ryan. I dig it! I was seeing willy post updates, and he hit it out of the park like usual. Didn't get to catch you there though, maybe next time!

I'll post some photos of your car after I upload the pictures from SEMA!
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It was great to finally see your car in person, Ryan. I dig it! I was seeing willy post updates, and he hit it out of the park like usual. Didn't get to catch you there though, maybe next time!

I'll post some photos of your car after I upload the pictures from SEMA!
Thanks so much! We'll get it over to one of the PP events very soon.
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Here's a quick few I took:





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Thanks, Eric!
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You tune that thing via TPS only? That seemed worked best for me. Great build!
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You tune that thing via TPS only? That seemed worked best for me. Great build!
We haven't got that far yet. Fired it up about 12 hours before it left for the convention. I'll have a good base map on it next week and want to put a couple hundred miles on it before we tune.
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Which muffler are you running please Ryan?

It sounds very crisp.
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Which muffler are you running please Ryan?

It sounds very crisp.
MSDS headers with a factory GT3 muffler.
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MSDS headers with a factory GT3 muffler.
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It's an amazing combo that yields a fantastic sound.
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It's an amazing combo that yields a fantastic sound.
I agree it sounds very nice

I just donít know anyone in the UK who has fitted one. Is there much modification to fit an SSI equipped car?
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I agree it sounds very nice

I just donít know anyone in the UK who has fitted one. Is there much modification to fit an SSI equipped car?
It would take a decent fabricator to really do it right.
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I agree it sounds very nice

I just donít know anyone in the UK who has fitted one. Is there much modification to fit an SSI equipped car?
Ryan, not to hijack, so excuse me. I have GT3 as well. The sound is amazing. I fit mine to a set of BBís. My local muffler shop was able to fit it with no issues. We have even discussed putting in an electrically operated bi-pass tied into the AEM.

Also, if you havenít fit a TPS yet I would recommend a contactless unit. They can be mounted clock or counterclockwise. Full 360 degree sweep with no resistance. Tuning is precise. No added drag on the throttle bodies.

Again, love your build!
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Ryan, not to hijack, so excuse me. I have GT3 as well. The sound is amazing. I fit mine to a set of BBís. My local muffler shop was able to fit it with no issues. We have even discussed putting in an electrically operated bi-pass tied into the AEM.

Also, if you havenít fit a TPS yet I would recommend a contactless unit. They can be mounted clock or counterclockwise. Full 360 degree sweep with no resistance. Tuning is precise. No added drag on the throttle bodies.

Again, love your build!
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That's awesome. I've only seen one other car with the GT3 setup other than you and I.

We currently have a TPS setup. Who's your unit from?
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That's awesome. I've only seen one other car with the GT3 setup other than you and I.

We currently have a TPS setup. Who's your unit from?
I think he is referring to a hall type TPS rather than the wiper variable resistance style, something like this:

https://www.littelfuse.com/~/media/automotive/datasheets/sensors/littelfuse_sensor_automotive_chassis_rotary_positi on_hall_datasheet.pdf

Honestly, I don't think the drag from a wiper on a TPS sensor will cause any noticeable difference in throttle performance. I have had zero issues with the Bosch wiper style TPS on my engine.
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