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Old 07-19-2010, 04:37 PM   #55
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Ya I may try a mbc later. Its already a 8psi actuator. Thats gonna be pushing it for a stock motor. I think I will use some header wrap for the down pipe. And mabe another piece of sheet metal between the turbo and fire wall. The only thing close to the turbo is the brake line that runs to the passenger side front wheel.
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Update: I ordered a front mount intercooler and 2.25" piping kit and also an additional piping kit as well and a adjustable bov that can be piped to recirculate. And a oil feed line with t fitting to tap into pressure sensor. This size should work well. My turbo,T/B and air box should fit 2.25" silicone connectors. I am going to try to use the stock air box and mass air. It may cause problems with fitting intercooler piping later though. I also have a question guys> Where are you tapping into to get your coolant for the water lines on the turbo?? I am thinking heater core lines would be the most obvious choice. But Im not positive.
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Old 08-08-2010, 12:06 PM   #57
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wow you dont waist much time do you. looks nice its coming together
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Old 08-08-2010, 01:12 PM   #58
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heater core lines will work fine. I have to check mine, I thing we used one in a different place that was available off the block.
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Old 08-08-2010, 02:00 PM   #59
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Update: I ordered a front mount intercooler and 2.25" piping kit and also an additional piping kit as well and a adjustable bov that can be piped to recirculate. And a oil feed line with t fitting to tap into pressure sensor. This size should work well. My turbo,T/B and air box should fit 2.25" silicone connectors. I am going to try to use the stock air box and mass air. It may cause problems with fitting intercooler piping later though. I also have a question guys> Where are you tapping into to get your coolant for the water lines on the turbo?? I am thinking heater core lines would be the most obvious choice. But Im not positive.
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2.25" is correct on the I/C pipe size. You will not be able to use the stock air box, it wont be able to be pressurized. IMO you do not have to flow coolant through the turbo.
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If the turbo has water line inlets/outlets, use them! -- I love not needing a turbo timer or to have to sit there for 30 seconds idling before I jump out of the car.

So there you go, two opinions to consider.
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Old 08-08-2010, 02:34 PM   #61
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IMO you do not have to flow coolant through the turbo.

Malarky!, the shaft of the turbo is still spinning like 1,000,000 mph like a speeding bullet you want to keep it cooled down. If the turbo has useable ports for water cooling, use them as alot of the heat is transfered into the coolant and pulls it away.
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Old 08-08-2010, 05:41 PM   #62
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pimp: I would suggest to use the coolant lines that run through the throttle body if you are going to run coolant lines through the turbo
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^that might work actually
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Old 08-09-2010, 05:14 PM   #66
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Its on! I hope to be runing sometime in october.
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Old 08-09-2010, 05:31 PM   #67
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2.25" is correct on the I/C pipe size. You will not be able to use the stock air box, it wont be able to be pressurized. IMO you do not have to flow coolant through the turbo.
I am planing on putting the mass air before the turbo. That way I can hopefully use stock air box and cut down on costs.
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pimp: I would suggest to use the coolant lines that run through the throttle body if you are going to run coolant lines through the turbo
Thanks for the idea. I think that will be much easier then the heater lines. I dont want to restrict those lines, it gets to dam cold here in winter!
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Well I just picked up some used 1ZZ injectors that were for sale on E-bay. If anyone was thinking about picking them up, TO LATE I got um! New total 939.49
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I liked the GT2252 on this motor. Throttle response was there and it made for a nice power band.
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I also might have gone with a 2" IC pipe on this engine with low boost and 2.25" for anything over say a bar of boost.
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Old 08-10-2010, 05:49 PM   #72
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Were you planning to use the AEM FIC?
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