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    Re: my new project

    shes back in the garge some what torn down for a new crank pulley. it coing lose 5 times is just to much. looking in to keyed options right now. its pooring ass rain up here in the great NW so shes parked for a bit anyway


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    Re: my new project

    I'd like a bit more info on how you ended up routing the oil for the turbos if you scrapped out the self-oiling system. Is that intercooler 2 in / 1 out? What was pricing for all the tubing material?

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    Re: my new project

    so after some brain storming it looks like ill be replacing all of the rear end bushings as well as rebuilding the stock lower arms with the same hiem joints that noodle uses on his arms. id like to have the ability to put the power down without my car trying to kill me and i think thats whats going on right now with all the shity rubber bushings moving around

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    as for the oil for the turbos. it come off the block just above the oil filter and runs down the drivers side via a -6an line, goes in to a oil filter adapter and comes out as a -4 with a y to the turbos. the turbo drains are a -10 lines Y.ed together, a -6 at the other end of the y feeds the scavege pump which pushes it back to the passenger side VC.


    hope this helps

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    Re: my new project

    i placed my order with rev shift so ill be posting pictures of the install and results. i cant think of a better test for the rev shift bushings then almost 900rwhp

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    Awesome stuff... Good luck getting that monster to hook... At all... Lol

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    Re: my new project

    hey where exactly in washington are you located at? i would love to check out your car sometime, also who did your tunning?

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    Im in lynnwood. And turbo tech did the tune.

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    Re: my new project

    Quote Originally Posted by runsfromdacops View Post
    Im in lynnwood. And turbo tech did the tune.
    What are the GPS coordinates for wherever your V is parked between midnight and dawn?

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    Lol. Me and my roommates are big into the second amendment...

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    Re: my new project

    Quote Originally Posted by runsfromdacops View Post
    Lol. Me and my roommates are big into the second amendment...
    Ive got a solution to that.


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    Re: my new project

    Quote Originally Posted by runsfromdacops View Post
    Im in lynnwood. And turbo tech did the tune.
    Lynwood, Nice I'm in Northgate. Have to arrange a meet some time, get all us V1 Seattle guys together. Would Kill to see that beast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etcts-v

    Lynwood, Nice I'm in Northgate. Have to arrange a meet some time, get all us V1 Seattle guys together. Would Kill to see that beast!
    ^^^ what he said. Even tho I'm the noob and I doubt anyone will be impressed with what I have lol

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    Re: my new project

    Those videos are amazing! That thing is one nasty beast!! Great build!

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    Re: my new project

    so a little update on the car.
    whaile im waiting to recive my bushing from rev shift i decided to mod my stock drag link with the bushing that noodl used on his for around half the price.
    plus i just like to build stuff
    some nice looking bushing and these things are beefy


    i had to make a jig to make sure the new is EXACTLY the same as the old
    ugly jig but it did its job


    theres no going back now



    all done and ready to go back in




    now that thats all taken care of its time to move on to a oil catch can so the crank case can breath
    i made a cardboard templet first.




    the good old water test, passed on the first try.

    its not done yet as need to order fittings and figure out how im going to run the bafulls

    stay tuned in for more

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    Re: my new project

    Fab dude....nice!

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