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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:00 pm

As you can see from the picture above I fitted a fpr an also return line this to be fair was one of the first things I did a bit bum nipping as you have to drill the top of the fuel tank sender unit so to start with I used the standard pump but I had a few issues stuttering an stuff that I put down to the pump but in the end was dodgey lambda set up and the return line being nipped an gettin nipped driving so now running a walbro 255 pump so the bit you see with a blob on is the standard return you have to nip it weld the end then seal it or this gives problems to

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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:10 pm

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So at the other end theres a bolt on the end of the fuel rail I undid this fitted a couple of fittings to run to the fpr with
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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:17 pm

So decided to get some guages as id need them but where to fit them so after looking at a few places I decided id need them up in view so settled on the dash pod

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So after driving like this for a while I decided to do some fiberglass never made a pod before allways bought one so this is the start




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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:24 pm

Ha ha ha ha althought I have done more to the above it still isnt finished its primered an still got filler on it no pickys of this at the mo anyway onward

So as I like a bit of drifting an new the parts I decided that the best turbo would be that off a nissan 200sx either t25/28 in the end I settled on t28 so had to find a top mount eldow but it would seem that there as rare as rocking horse poop so managed to find a cheap elbow and down pipe an got mah chop an stick on again best tool ive bought so far migs are awesome

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I decided to get a y peace so as I could keep the standard set up this means I can remove everything in future if I need to
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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:36 pm

So I got a cheap intercooler pipe set up an spent a day scratching my head how the f**k do I run these bloody things its to tight was said once or twice but glad I got this kit if I didnt have the bends id have not been able to do it

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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:39 pm

So after a day of busted knuckles an excited dancing it ended up like this my mate got buisy with some stainless I had kicking about to hook me up with a heat sheild

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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:40 pm

But I wasnt happy with the air filter being right above the manifold so had to extend it so more silicone pipe

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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:43 pm

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So after driving it for a few hours and havin a massive smile I realised the actuator was to much psi wise so would have to change or blow my engine to bits so luckily I had bought a saab 900 t25 at the same time as the intercooler and disnt know till thia point they had an adjustable part so managed to fab a bracket to make this work with the turbo and this with my manual boost control im running 5/6 psi
Not a lot I know but shes way way better to drive an as ive kept her standard looking I love it when I supprise people stelthy is the way forward

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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:00 pm

So driving for a few months with the ecu light keep popping up an turning it off knowing full well it had to be somthing stupid wrong I kep getting one lambda sayin to rich an one saying to lean but they were sat right next to each other I mean 10mm away I knew one had to be wrong so chainged them this cured it for a few days then back again I knew it had to be these some how till I said somthing on out law jap club an had a member tell me he had joined two into one an it cured his problems so bodged this together

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An shes been fine since

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Re: budget is200 turbo

Postby john wan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:01 pm

So my newest mod is down to my wicked wife buying me subframe locking collars for crimbo


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