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00 turbo singleport project

Discussion in 'Personal Projects and Builds' started by fasterthanyou, Dec 6, 2016.

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    Cracked both of them open this morning. Will use the rotors from the 93 m90 inside the 94 case. The 93 rotors are flawless. Sure the 94 rotors have the teflon coating but the backside of the left rotor is chewed up pretty bad from the bearing that self destructed.

    I'll install new bearings in the 94 case with the 93 rotors and reassemble it and give it a whirl this afternoon.
     

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    Got the blower back together with the 93 rotor pack.

     
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    Back up and running again. No more metallic grinding noises of fun.

     
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    Lets see it moooovin
     
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    The plan is to go Friday the 15th. Will probably be disappointing as I intend to start with low timing and low boost and work my way up. The car hasn't been on a dyno, just street tuned.
     

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    I have 2 videos of the mustang with the turbo setup mosying down the track from like 6 months ago. I'll get them uploaded to my YouTube tonight. It's just a slow car going in a straight line for like 14 seconds so never bothered to upload them but yeah, I'll do that later.
     
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    If you find 14's in the 1/4 interesting then these are the videos for you!
     
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    Found 2 old videos of my cougar from 10 years ago.



     
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    So after talking with a couple of people on sccoa, and the megasquirt forums, I've come to realize that I need an intercooler of some sort on this car. Meth alone just isnt dropping the air charge temps to where they need to be.

    I ordered an ebay air to water intercooler. I am going to use the thunderbird piping as they are good enough for what I'm trying to do.

    Until the air to water gets installed I'll be running my car with just a U shaped aluminum tube.

    The engine bay is so janky, I really don't care. Function > form, because using the right materials to make the engine bay look pretty costs more and this build has cost more than I'd ever like to admit.

    The air to water inlet/outlet line up with the Thunderbird piping. That's all for now.

    I didn't post the datalog pics here. I posted them on sccoa. I'll post them here as well I suppose.
     

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