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Old 02-01-2010   #31
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Fairly self explanatory.
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Old 02-01-2010   #32
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I lold at the cat
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There are NO mount points on my N1 downpipe. Therefore, there never was a heat shield to remove.
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Old 02-19-2010   #33
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Yeah, he's a cool cat.

Parts ordered so far:
270/10.8 Procams
Tomei lifters
Tomei Sump baffle
Tomei cam cap studs (I didn't like the way the bolts felt coming out)
HKS valve stem seals
Tomei headgasket
OEM valve spring seats
GT1 Hicas Cancel bar
N1 Water pump
Timing belt tensioner/idler/spring
Nismo clutch pivot


Ordering in the next few days:
Manley Turbo Tuff I beams
CP pistons (Engine's at the machinists being measured....either 86 or 86.5mm bore)
Manley valve springs/locks/retainers
Bully stage 4 clutch
and probably more I'm forgetting...and the list isn't complete. lol

I don't know what these things generally take for rod/main bearings. I'm assuming the guy doing the measuring will tell me?
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Old 08-18-2010   #34
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Old 08-19-2010   #35
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Nice ride. I love black cars
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Old 01-30-2011   #36
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If a picture says a thousand words, then I have 2 grand here. lol





I'm slow at making progress because I'm lazy. Not much else to say here.
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Valve covers are sweet. Looks nice so far
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Old 01-31-2011   #38
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looks good chris, what manifold did you go with?
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Old 01-31-2011   #39
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6boost twinscroll. As you can see it uses two wastegates as it's completely divided. I'm using 38mm Tials....should be more than enough to keep the boost down.
A little tricky to get the manifold in place, as well as piping the oil drain...Power steering had to be moved or removed...I opted for the latter as the high pressure lines were in the way of my external oil pump. You'll also notice where I put my oil filter (doesn't that spot look familiar? lol), and the 3 quart accusump mounted in front of the radiator.
Valve covers are OEM of course, just removed the coil cover thingy to keep them cooler.
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Old 07-14-2011   #40
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Final product (lacking BOV and a tune)





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Old 07-14-2011   #41
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Timestamps are a year off.
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Old 07-14-2011   #42
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So?!? When you bringin' that weapon to Hali?!? Love to take a better look at it!
Nice work btw, Congrats!
I took a quick look through but didn't see what you were using for an ECU.
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Old 07-15-2011   #43
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lol....I'll be there as soon as I can. (was there last night for Metallica!) As soon as I get a tune and get some kms on er to make sure it's working fine, I'll get a hold of you and we'll arrange some sort of meet and cruise or something.

And I got a series 1 AEM EMS with AEM 3.5 MAP sensor, with Wideband, and EGT.
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Bitchin'. Look forward to it!
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Old 08-27-2011   #45
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As an update... Made two trips to tuner... Lost fuel pressure on the dyno twice. Made 308 on the stock pump, and 318whp with a new pump and filter. Turns out that the AEM fuel pressure regulator (brand new) was passing back to the tank enough that when it starts requiring lots if fuel, the pump simply can't keep the pressure up.
Going to install an Aeromotive regulator, and a 4 stage dry sump system. lol
I've given up on it for this season, but it will undoubtably be ready early spring.
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