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A bunch of injectors from Injector Dynamics.

2200cc and high ohm. Perfect for E85 :D

 

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Hope your intending on a proper rollcage with good side intrusion protection when you install them fibreglass doors.

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Hope your intending on a proper rollcage with good side intrusion protection when you install them fibreglass doors.

 

Oh yes! Wouldn't do it in any other way ;)

 

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The jack has been tested successfully.

Mounted some of the braces from Ultra Racing. They are spot on.

50mm rear over fenders. At the time being lots of Camber to adjust. Original fenders shall be partly cut away and welded and then all body parts will be glued in their final places.

 

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The front end of the car has appeared rather empty for a while but now I have picked up the front bumper at Thomas paintshop (well done Thomas). I will cut away som minor areas inside the opening to make a snug fit for the intercooler but would anyway like to show you some quick motivating pictures.

 

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You have built a house, a garage, a 4000 square meter garden and also this car along the way?

Whats your secret? Mafia?

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What engine mounts are those? They look perfect for my ls2 s13 build :D

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You have built a house, a garage, a 4000 square meter garden and also this car along the way?

Whats your secret? Mafia?

 

Without a doubt, hard to get that ballin' without some mob assistance

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You have built a house, a garage, a 4000 square meter garden and also this car along the way?

Whats your secret? Mafia?

 

Without a doubt, hard to get that ballin' without some mob assistance

 

lol You guys. What expereriences you have.

This is way out of mine.

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What engine mounts are those? They look perfect for my ls2 s13 build :D

 

They are Peak Performance. Very nice ones with exchangeable inserts to adjust stiffness :)

 

Man I'd love to hear that engine!

 

When it's that time, I'll post a couple of videos.

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just wondering.........why a CA

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just wondering.........why a CA

 

Came oem with the car

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One is not enough... 16pcs :P

 

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Looks empty now that the wheels are sold. Well, the new ones will soon enough be mounted ;)

 

Meanwhile I search comfort from a really fat cat :rolleyes:

 

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Best build thread ever, sooo many pictures :humpleg:

 

just wondering.........why a CA

:doh: Just because the SR is a good motor doesnt mean that EVERYONE has to use them

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Thanks mate. Some more ;)

 

To match the size of the fuel lines and the huge fuel flow, I decided to invest in a Turbosmart FPR-2000 with AN8 fittings.

 

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Hey Tim, What did the lifters set you back. The price for all 16 in Australia was AU$2200 so i went the after market route and get a set for AU$300 posted. I'm surprised that you didn't set up a solid head for your build. I found out that Supertech now are offering a double valve spring kit with seats and retainers for CA's for a bit under US$400. Had that kit been available when i set my head up i would have gone solid. But the cost of custom springs and retainers stopped me going down that path.

 

 

 

You were asking about the surge tank earlier, there is plenty of room under the car above the cradle for a surge tank. I will be CADing one up once i have finished my sump. Personally i would try to keep the surge tank out of the engine bay to keep the temps down.

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Hey Tim, What did the lifters set you back. The price for all 16 in Australia was AU$2200 so i went the after market route and get a set for AU$300 posted. I'm surprised that you didn't set up a solid head for your build. I found out that Supertech now are offering a double valve spring kit with seats and retainers for CA's for a bit under US$400. Had that kit been available when i set my head up i would have gone solid. But the cost of custom springs and retainers stopped me going down that path.

 

 

 

You were asking about the surge tank earlier, there is plenty of room under the car above the cradle for a surge tank. I will be CADing one up once i have finished my sump. Personally i would try to keep the surge tank out of the engine bay to keep the temps down.

 

Cheers mate,

I got them very cheap from a pal who sold off his project. The Supertech route may be something for the future depending on the outcome of todays setup. Time will tell. Thanks for the lead.

 

Regarding the surge tank, it is taken away from the engine bay. Most of the parts are placed in the rear of the car. Possibly I put one of the filters in the engine bay. Thanks again mate :)

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Forget about the car i want the garage!!!!

 

Great read mate. Props to you are also ya misses for being understanding....lol!!!

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nice build. keep up the good work

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Thanks mates :D

I'll do my best

 

Improved braking dynamics.

I sorted a 1" BMC from Tokico in Japan. It gives a perfect feel to the brakes.

 

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It is time to make the fuel and oil lines.

 

12 meters of stainless steel braided Teflon line for E85 with 40pcs AN8-couplings and 6 meters of stainless steel braided oil hose with about 10pcs AN10-couplings.

 

 

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Car's looking smick!! nice job.

Have you fitted up all the braided line's yet,

any pics of it.

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It is possible to buy wings for money: D

 

... and finally I have managed to find what I long sought.

 

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First tryout of the spoiler. It will fit very well as soon as the fenders have been glued to the body.

 

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Not necessary but I like them so... Volk Racing Formula

 

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