Looks awesome... Should be able to keep up with a K04 if you do some weight reduction mods to the car
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Also on a side note, for delivery of fuel to prepare for 1000awhp on our Bonneville R32/2.5L build we ran a custom fuel cell along with dual 8AN feed lines into 2 Aeromotive A-1000 pumps into a single 10an feed line. Aeromotive planned out the whole fuel system for us.
Im hoping to avoid the bolt shearing issue by having the fw/ crank redrilled for more bolts or pinned. That and a 12an feed to a magnafuel mp4303 dualfeeding a 10an rail.
What turbo are you guys using for the est. 850?
I have a lot more pictures, if I can ever get home to take them...
I have my doubt on 1000. But gabe, yours was impressive and will look forward too see how far you push it! I'd love to see 1000.
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Alright, so a couple pictures of the boxes and boxes of **** that's showed up:
-10an line, mp4303 pump, return-line fuel cooler. Walbro inline-for size reference
Tial MVS for size reference. HY35 and PTE8285
On to tear down. Oil pan off
Windage tray off. You can see a bolt I missed that I'll have to weld back in to the tray. It was under a mound of sludge and even after double-checking holes, I still missed it. The tray popped right off around the bolt. No real effort was used to pull it off. Weird.
02m quattro tranny modded to fit the 2.5 timing case. I was told you have to grind a **** ton off. It took about 20 seconds with a grinding wheel and 5 to clean it up with a tiger paw.
Tranny on the crank case. It's a super tight fit
Block, as it sits ready to go to the machine shop
Next time I come home, I'm going to make an engine stand bracket that lets me bolt to the exhaust side of the block. I would have made one last night, but all I have is 1/2" steel square tube and 3/16 sheet steel. Not strong enough for me.
Last edited by Pat @ Pitt Soundworks; 02-21-2012 at 10:14 AM.
So much win here
Love the progress
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Summer is drawing closer, so lets bring this back up.
I found out TT's have a kanooter valve:
I acquired some parts for a mk4 jetta awd swap:
I broke something really expensive:
and on topic, I picked up something that supra owners love that is really, really cool: