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    Thread: aba drag car purpose build

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      09-10-2014 01:07 AM #1
      Well bare with me here as all my photos are on my photobucket on my phone

      I'm in the process of building what I hope will set the bench Mark of aba power and performance, to start this car will be driven very little on the street maybe 10 times a year , being built specifically for drag racing

      Engine build is
      Obd1 aba from 93 golf
      Stock forged crank , oil squirters
      Scat h beam rods arp 2000 rod bolts
      Arp mains
      Calico coated race bearing mains and rods
      Wiseco coated side 8.5-1 forged pistons with arp rings

      Cylinder head ported and polished with flow bench numbers good for over 500 hp, 1mm over valves intake and exhaust, techtonics springs, titanium retainers and light weight lliftersand a 1 off techtonics 288 on 114 degree love center there magic turbo cam just bigger

      Turbo set up is as follows
      Jones performance threw the hood equal length tubular exhaust manifold with 50 mm wastegate

      Super hx40 hulset 60mm billet compressor, 10 blade 60mm turbine 16cm non gated housing, fully rebuilt and balanced (at the shop now)

      Nubworks custom long runner manifold set up with throttle body sitting in front of timing belt area all cnc flanges port matched to head, volocity stacks, and some sweet welds

      Will be (on order) lugtronics vems Ecu tuned by Kevin him self,Kevin's custom wiring harness with boost control and wide band and sd card logging

      Fuel system
      1600cc Bosch injectors
      2 044 Bosch pumps
      -8 supply lines -6 return
      Custom nubworks fuel rail
      5 gallon fuel cell

      Bosch motor sport coil
      8mm techtonics wires
      Bkr7e plugs

      Spec stage 4 clutch with billet flywheel

      02m six speed from Audi tt converted to front wheel drive
      Welded diff with arp bolts in rear gear
      Stock tt shift box and selector (slight short throw)

      Car is a 1987 coupe with every little thing cut out of it

      Rear floor and spare tire well cut out and replaced with 16 gauge aluminum

      Rhodes racing 10 point role cage, kirky race seat ,


      Now for pics
      This is the bold set up that was making right around 300 whp stock block and head with stacked gaskets c2 chip and t3t4 [URL=http://s232.photobucket.com/user/speedybunny2/media/IMG290.jpg.html][/URL


      Now [URL=http://s232.photobucket.com/user/speedybunny2/media/IMAG0317.jpg.html][/URL


      I will add more pictures


      This was this weekend at Pacific waterland


      Lots more to come


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      09-10-2014 09:58 AM #3
      [URL=http://s232.photobucket.com/user/speedybunny2/media/Mobile%20Uploads/2014-09/IMAG0164.jpg.html][/URL

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      09-10-2014 05:27 PM #4
      Mk2 8v turbo content...ahh yaa!

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      Yesterday 10:42 AM #5
      In for fellow Holset 8v.
      I am a Vortex build addict, click the link below to check out my builds and join in on my addiction:
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      Yesterday 04:58 PM #6




      Hopefully have role cage done this week

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      Yesterday 07:02 PM #7
      jeez louise lookit how high that sits!!

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      Yesterday 07:22 PM #8
      Ha that's great.

      Look I found your whole exhaust system..Just weld on a flange on there and good to go.

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      Yesterday 07:25 PM #9
      Speaking of big turbos. A local guy is running a PTE 6262 on a 2.0 DOHC. He was over getting some jets from me on the weekend, and told me the car currently runs 30psi of boost. And that it won't fully spool in either 1st or 2nd gear. 1st is like 12psi at 6500rpm or something,

      But still I want to do my own BT build.
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      Yesterday 08:44 PM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by G60 Carat View Post
      Speaking of big turbos. A local guy is running a PTE 6262 on a 2.0 DOHC. He was over getting some jets from me on the weekend, and told me the car currently runs 30psi of boost. And that it won't fully spool in either 1st or 2nd gear. 1st is like 12psi at 6500rpm or something,

      But still I want to do my own BT build.
      that sounds about right but in 3rd he should still be around low to mid 4k for 20psi.

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      Yesterday 11:16 PM #11
      I'm starting to think big turbo's are just traction control for FWD cars.
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      Today 04:47 AM #12
      Ya g60 that's the whole exhaust will exit threw fender on passanger side

      Turbo sits high but see pics with hood on it sits just like I imagined, nice cool air out of the hood

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      Today 04:57 AM #13
      Guess I did not put any pictures with the hood on, here you go

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      haha awesome!
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