Type: Posts; User: Filthydubber
I would just replace all the belts (including t-belt) anyways, no sense in getting stranded because of a worn belt.
Right, if you're only running 10-12psi, the motor on stock compression will be fine. Do yourself a favor and do headstuds if you have the money.
Whoever made the adapters should have know better than to leave a square edge. There should be a big ol' chamfer on there.
If you use stage 1 software they are 310cc injectors, stage 2 is 440cc injectors.
I'm sick of all the scientists lyin, makin me pissed.
If you have an obd2 engine, you should definitely invest in the dual valve spring conversion. The increased lift may cause coil bind issues.
I'm not positive but this might be the on of the cams...
Last time I looked at one, it looked very similar to a rear control arm bushing. If they are the same then, you would not need to replace the whole mount, only the bushing.
Do yourself a favor and run United Motorsport's stage 2 software. Jeff is awesome and his tune rocks.
For 10psi you can run that on a stock engine all day. I'm currently running 19psi on my stock...
My turbo turd
Turbo 944 phone dials, 16x7, 16x8 et23
Thats it in cad, I'lll take pictures of it installed in the car.
How do you plan on mounting the shift bracket to the transmission? I had a g60 trans and only 2 of the holes are useful.
I ended up making a custom piece to insert into the hole I tapped.
Do you still have a check valve between the manifold and brake booster?
Hopefully within a month or 2
AJ when I get back to school I'm going to make myself a tubular turbo manifold. You want in if it comes out nice?