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Author Topic: Remote mount turbo V6 project  (Read 147529 times)

Offline mc

Re: Remote mount turbo project
« Reply #500 on: 11:53:36 AM / 11-Mar-12 »
..i wired in a relay to my Hobbs switch to control the two pumps for the meth injection...i had it set up previously  directly wired through the Hobbs but it couldnt handle the electrical circuit...sometimes yes/no...it works great now ...amazing how the meth drops temperature so fast....i use a M.75 nozzle on the turbo inlet and a M2 just before the throttle body.
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Re: Remote mount turbo project
« Reply #501 on: 01:13:10 PM / 13-Mar-12 »
I don't always keep up on your thread, but I catch up with it now and then, and I still feel that yours is the coolest boosted VG30E S12 on here :thumbsup:

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Hella flush and all associates should be gunned down for brainwashing people into thinking a 225 and lots of camber is proper wheel fitment. THAT IS EASY, anyone can camber a skinny as tire till it dosnt rub. Now fitting an 11 with a 315 on stock fender with reasonable camber, that is fitment. And looks, and performs better than both.
i dont own a s12 at the moment but trying to acquire one to get rid of my s13 hatch
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Offline mc

Re: Remote mount turbo project
« Reply #502 on: 12:21:34 PM / 15-Mar-12 »
thanks Jason...plans for the summer'12 is to rebuild the rear suspension[poly bushings] and install a OBX LSD.

Offline mc

Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #503 on: 07:18:52 PM / 20-Mar-12 »
i used this to control my fan but wasnt happy with the push in fin/ probe because it was activating the fan to late...i decided to carefully drill and tap for the sensor which threads into the radiator...works perfect.


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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #504 on: 02:07:55 PM / 28-Mar-12 »
picked these up from Zack at Acadiana sports cars on a group buy..very nice  part.

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #505 on: 10:19:55 PM / 28-Mar-12 »
Very good idea on tapping in the sensor. I had similar problems especially when driving hard.


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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #506 on: 12:20:31 AM / 29-Mar-12 »
You didn't want to use an inline hose sensor?
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Hella flush and all associates should be gunned down for brainwashing people into thinking a 225 and lots of camber is proper wheel fitment. THAT IS EASY, anyone can camber a skinny as tire till it dosnt rub. Now fitting an 11 with a 315 on stock fender with reasonable camber, that is fitment. And looks, and performs better than both.
i dont own a s12 at the moment but trying to acquire one to get rid of my s13 hatch
Quote from: SHOUTBOX
[27:54] zastaba: I had a friend touch the contacts on his distributer once
[28:04] zastaba: He did the super jumping up and down pain dance

Offline mc

Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #507 on: 11:05:19 AM / 29-Mar-12 »
Arrow, i saw this spot on the upper radiator and its direct with the water feed and has a flat spot for the sensor to seal flush against....the Derale instructions say to keep it as close to that as possible...BoostedVG, I called Derale customer service when it was activating the fan to late and they sent a replacement sensor...same result with the lame probe in the fins, so i tapped the radiator carefully with a cheap Harbor Frieght kit and its spot on at 180 degrees.

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #508 on: 04:37:06 PM / 29-Mar-12 »
Man i love this build. Id deffinately doing something like this once i have the money
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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #509 on: 09:23:20 PM / 02-May-12 »
...i picked up a AEM wideband guage and installed it on the steering column....pretty nice to have one finally...14psi gets 11.6ish afr.

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #510 on: 12:04:54 PM / 08-May-12 »

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #511 on: 06:21:48 PM / 08-May-12 »
...i picked up a AEM wideband guage and installed it on the steering column....pretty nice to have one finally...14psi gets 11.6ish afr.

That's a tad rich, isn't it?
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Drive it like you stole it, and work on it like you married it - self quote
Quote from: ka-t.org
Hella flush and all associates should be gunned down for brainwashing people into thinking a 225 and lots of camber is proper wheel fitment. THAT IS EASY, anyone can camber a skinny as tire till it dosnt rub. Now fitting an 11 with a 315 on stock fender with reasonable camber, that is fitment. And looks, and performs better than both.
i dont own a s12 at the moment but trying to acquire one to get rid of my s13 hatch
Quote from: SHOUTBOX
[27:54] zastaba: I had a friend touch the contacts on his distributer once
[28:04] zastaba: He did the super jumping up and down pain dance

Offline mc

Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #512 on: 10:22:43 AM / 09-May-12 »
i thought it would be worse using the BEGI and meth injection?...it pulls really strong..i'll try to get a video of all the guages under boost.

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #513 on: 02:17:32 PM / 09-May-12 »
Yeah I think 14.7 s stoich and safe IMO is 14, maybe 13.5. But now you're talking meth injection, so... ?
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formerly,
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Drive it like you stole it, and work on it like you married it - self quote
Quote from: ka-t.org
Hella flush and all associates should be gunned down for brainwashing people into thinking a 225 and lots of camber is proper wheel fitment. THAT IS EASY, anyone can camber a skinny as tire till it dosnt rub. Now fitting an 11 with a 315 on stock fender with reasonable camber, that is fitment. And looks, and performs better than both.
i dont own a s12 at the moment but trying to acquire one to get rid of my s13 hatch
Quote from: SHOUTBOX
[27:54] zastaba: I had a friend touch the contacts on his distributer once
[28:04] zastaba: He did the super jumping up and down pain dance

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #514 on: 09:46:52 PM / 09-Jul-12 »
it must have taken me 2 hours to read this build thread but was well worth it. that is one hell of a boosted SE you have there
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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #515 on: 02:31:20 AM / 10-Jul-12 »
Yeah I think 14.7 s stoich and safe IMO is 14, maybe 13.5. But now you're talking meth injection, so... ?


No. Boosted car. Safe for him would be between 11 and 12 at WOT.

Sure you could tune closer to stoich for more power, but after 12 you start to get higher EGT's because you're using less fuel to quench the burn.

I'd consider 11.6 a very safe area under WOT and full load..

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #516 on: 07:18:27 AM / 11-Jul-12 »
it must have taken me 2 hours to read this build thread but was well worth it. that is one hell of a boosted SE you have there

...Thanks...build your own,its well worth it.

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #517 on: 10:18:34 PM / 09-Oct-12 »
mike you inspire me

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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #518 on: 08:53:47 PM / 06-May-13 »
Cancer returned in the passenger rear quarter...a little worse than the last time...cut it out and rebuilt it with some epoxy and bondo...it should hold up this time...



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Re: Remote mount turbo V6 project
« Reply #519 on: 01:37:29 PM / 22-May-13 »
...I finally got around to painting these rims..i decided to stick with Duplicolor Silver and clear..turned out better than I would have thought....before and after...



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