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Engine mod, almost ready, pics

Just have to show some pics. (I'm so happy)
I'm so close now. (Fired up the engine yesterday and it fired right away)
The bad thing is that the car could be ready withing one week, but its atleast one and a half months left before the snow and salt here in Sweden is gone and I can try/verify my mods.

Engine polished and all mods assembled.
At the right, next to the coolant tank, I installed the boost pressure regulator.



Here is a pic of the water injection pump/nozzle. I havent attached it to the rubber hose yet, but you'll notice the entrance at the nut on the rubber hose.



Boost gauge/warning lights and starter of injection system



And of course my new tires. This should make the best performance increase on the race track.



Still left to do.
- Clean/paint my wheels
- Purchase a helmet for racing
- Purchase install seat belts for the back seat.
- Clean and paint the bottom engine plate
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Pretty cool - who makes an H2O injection kit? Wasn't aware of one for these cars. . .
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Its a standard system, for any car without IC. (~$150)
Its a cheap system, compared to a system, where fine mist has to be sprayd into an IC. (More expensive)
In my system, the nozzle will spray water "into" the Turbo, who will vapporize it to mist.
Hooping to load at least 1 Bar. If I can figure out how to easily mount an exhaust temperatur gauge, so that I can monitore the heat, I could (They believe) go even higher.
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I purchased my system here : http://www.etapp.se/
But the real systems are sold here : www.aquamist.co.uk
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Very nice.
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If your Porsche Has a intercooler you should install a chiller and make things even colder. It works with NOS or Co2 it sprays it threw the intercooler to drop air temp to extremes. It would be good if you need a quick boost.
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