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Default 12-14-2013, 05:16 PM

sick. will manifolds be available for sale?

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Default 12-14-2013, 06:25 PM

How did you end up doing the oil feed/return? Also, what did you do to cap the water feed/return? Looking into doing something very similar myself.


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Default 12-15-2013, 04:41 AM

Nice work. Love the license plate frame.
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Default 12-15-2013, 02:29 PM

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sick. will manifolds be available for sale?
maybeeeee........

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How did you end up doing the oil feed/return? Also, what did you do to cap the water feed/return? Looking into doing something very similar myself.
all custom cnc for the water blockoff and oil lines and the water feed pipe is all custom made


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Nice work. Love the license plate frame.

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Default 12-15-2013, 03:24 PM

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sick. will manifolds be available for sale?
Where would you get the work done?
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Where would you get the work done?
As in getting it installed ?


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Default 12-15-2013, 04:27 PM

Videos?
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car is not running yet expect some videos early january


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Default 12-16-2013, 04:35 PM

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As in getting it installed ?
Sorry about that... Intended for @Torgus... I see he's in Boston also but I can't think of anyplace I'd let do the install around here.
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Sorry about that... Intended for @Torgus... I see he's in Boston also but I can't think of anyplace I'd let do the install around here.
no problem but it will be very easy to install

the worst part honestly is removing the stock turbos


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Default 12-20-2013, 03:39 PM

decided to water cool the wastegate so im waiting on those lines now as well as trying to figure out what to do with the pcv

any one like to chime in on how their pcv is routed?


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Default 12-20-2013, 06:08 PM

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decided to water cool the wastegate so im waiting on those lines now as well as trying to figure out what to do with the pcv

any one like to chime in on how their pcv is routed?
Filter for brother or rout it back to the intake of the turbo.
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Default 12-30-2013, 05:29 PM

So i havent updated on here in a bit

i got the pcv all sorted out thanks to Terry and the fittings came in for the watercooled wastegate in the meantime ive decided i want to do all push lock fittings for the boost control lines so i got those and the car will be going back together this week


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Default 12-30-2013, 06:07 PM

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So i havent updated on here in a bit

i got the pcv all sorted out thanks to Terry and the fittings came in for the watercooled wastegate in the meantime ive decided i want to do all push lock fittings for the boost control lines so i got those and the car will be going back together this week
Epic- I have a feeling youll be close to fastest 335 out there
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Default 12-30-2013, 07:22 PM

I posted this in the other forum but...
Also i would like to say that i dont really have anything to give you but i would love if someone came up with a solution for the hpfp...

I really want to blow up my engine due to power and not because its running lean.

If i could run 100% e85 and enough of it to allow up to 35psi it would be a game changer. 35psi on e85 with the 6466 should make 875whp+ who knows if the motor would take it but id like to try

ive been thinking about opening up that freeze plug thats directly infront of the sprocket that runs the hpfp and vacuum pump and just down sizing it but im not sure if i want to dive that far in yet


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Default 12-31-2013, 09:03 AM

Subscribed.

This is an epic build thread. Excellent pictures and solid work. Hope everything comes along for you and you can get her up and running soon.

Would love to see some dyno results, a JB4 log and some videos
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so i ordered this 11417516128 its the sprocket on the vacuum pump which is the piece that the hpfp runs off of. im going to have a friend cad design it and make it smaller to over drive the pump. Now i just need to figure out how much i want to overdrive it. i have seen some logs that it drops off at around 4000rpm and picks back up around 5000rpm so i think im going to calculate it so that at around 3500rpm it spins as fast as it does at 4500-5000rpm. i think that this would allow it to spin fast enough to make the fuel i need and potentially will need in the future when i run 100% e85 and the boost i want (30-35psi)


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so i ordered this 11417516128 its the sprocket on the vacuum pump which is the piece that the hpfp runs off of. im going to have a friend cad design it and make it smaller to over drive the pump. Now i just need to figure out how much i want to overdrive it. i have seen some logs that it drops off at around 4000rpm and picks back up around 5000rpm so i think im going to calculate it so that at around 3500rpm it spins as fast as it does at 4500-5000rpm. i think that this would allow it to spin fast enough to make the fuel i need and potentially will need in the future when i run 100% e85 and the boost i want (30-35psi)
May I ask how you are coming up with these ideas? Pretty damn brilliant I'd say. Do you guys do your own fabrication too?

What CAD tool do you use?
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Default 01-01-2014, 03:52 PM

Just get frustrated with the current fuel situation we do all our own fab cad will be done with solidworks


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Default 01-05-2014, 06:54 PM

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awesome!! you have to post videos on some pulls (obviously in mexico) lol
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Default 01-05-2014, 08:00 PM

Did you get her running!? Can you post up any more info, logs or vidz?
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Default 01-05-2014, 09:15 PM

im having an issue with the bimmerboost flash not reading my bt cable for some reason


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