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Old 05-10-2010, 07:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default wU-chronicles turbo log: turbo needs some fixin

turbo needs some work page 51
the tear down page 51
new head page 50
new block (ERL) page 49
is it my clutch? page 44
retuned for moar powa! page 42
slicks and oil catch can page 41
cornfused and transmission is in page 40
transmission toys page 38
oil leak, but no big problem page 37
lower ball joint discussion and completed page 35
sneak peek video page 34
need some wheels and tires page 32
wanting to resleeve page 30
New wastegate page 29
track time page 29
wastegate stuff page 28
update on 14in fan and things i will most likely be doing page 27
mom inspired shift boot page 27
zirgo 14in fan installed! page 26
the first week page 25
dyno graph page 24
omg $$ page 23
to much heat page 23
replacing fan.... page 22
exhaust done, feed line leak on turbo side page 21
the latest and greatest! page 20
car starts up! page 20
almost there page 19
ol return drama page 18
turbo kit is on...mostly page 17
suspension parts page 17
sorry for the wait page 16
exhaust leak fixed! page 16
NA dyno tune before turbo page 15
it never ends!!! page 15
s300 installed page 15
cake pan fan shroud..thanks melt man! page 14
side project page 14
fixed! page 14
replaced starter...still nothing page 14
cap and rotor failure but why page 13
comparing to different turbos with the neighbor page 13
the kit has come! page 12
310+ miles on 1 tank page 11
500 mile oil change page 11
pics and a throw back page 11
success!!! page 10
heartaches page 10
"the oil leak!" page 10
issue found... page 10
back to work page 10
taking a break page 9
engine starts!! forgot to plug in the ecu lol page 9
no engine start up =( page 8
going to start up the engine page 8
engine is installed!!! page 8
rack and pinon mod (thanks meltman!) page 8
engine bay painted page 8
before paint and major update kind of page 7
major update page 7
pistons out! page 6
the tear down page 5
pulling the engine out page 5
turbo setup page 3
pistons and rods arrive page 2



ive finally started to begin my turbo build on my 95 gsr. im going to do a rebuild on the block but keeping the stock sleeves. this will be a pic and video log (to keep it interesting). ill be posting pictures starting tomorrow on the items i have as of right now.

current my car sits:
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165 whp, pulls really nice

wu-chronicle turbo build list:

HAVE:
T3 garret turbo
treadstone exhaust manifold
boost gauge
walbro fuel pump
mistumoto intercooler
tial 38mm wastegate
ACL bearings
golden eagle intake manifold gasket
intercooler pipping
oil pressure gauge
moroso oil pan
Blox 70mm throttle body
cp pistons and eagle rods

NEED:
s300
injectors

down pipe

oil sandwich
oil lines
map sensor
blox air manifold
BOV
Blox/skunk2 Intake manifold

my goals are 300+ hp for starters with this setup. on a later date i may upgrade turbo and of course produce more power. but this car is daily driven along with my second car, i switch back and forth driving them to work. ive done a lot of reading and ive following other build logs that are on this site to get an idea of what to do and not to do. basically ive learned a lot.

if there is anything missing that i missed please feel free to let me know. i do hope i get some followers and make the turbo junkies proud! thanks.
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Old 05-13-2010, 10:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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so its been a little while since i updated this topic.
ive been receiving some parts in the mail and should be getting more next week or the beginning of the following week

i received my mishimoto intercooler




and where is a picture of everything i have that i can show (fuel pump is in the car)



the turbo manifold is questionable at times to me. but the person i bought it from told me it held boost with no boost creep.


next on the list is my oil pan, oil sandwich, oil lines, pistons and rods and arp head studs

any suggestions please post. thanks for viewing
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Congratulations on going for tha boost its a blast
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Old 05-22-2010, 09:49 AM   #4 (permalink)
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You'll probably be fine with that wastegate placement. It's not HORRIBLE like a drag manifold or anything.

Go drop your header and start test fitting. Those manifolds with the pitch to the flange can be a trick to get the compressor to fit. You'll probably have to notch the block to clear.
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Old 05-24-2010, 07:59 AM   #5 (permalink)
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So last night I decided to make a major move/purchase
going to be buying my eagle rods and cp pistons this week and also my oem replacement parts


Replacing:
water pump
oil pump
crank seal
timing belt
timing belt tensioner
head, oil pan and vavle cover gasket
rod bearings

If I'm missing something please let me know.
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If I'm missing something please let me know.


ARP stuff.

Rod bolts, head studs
main studs (optional since stock holds up fine usually)
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Old 05-24-2010, 11:08 AM   #7 (permalink)
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The piston and rod combo is coming with arp rod bolts and I have arp headstuds just haven't posted a update with pictures
think I might with stock manifold bolts for now
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Good deal.
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Old 05-24-2010, 11:31 PM   #9 (permalink)
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more goodies have arrived!!!!



received:
Moroso oil pan
ARP headstuds
oil pressure gauge
blox 70mm throttle body (cant wait to see what this can do!!!)
SRE intercooler pipping


just purchased my cp pistons and eagle rods: the items will come with arp rod bolts, rings, wrist pins and pin locks
then ill have to buy some OEM replacement parts such as my oil and water pump and its components. seems like everything is coming along great for me so far

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Old 05-25-2010, 10:55 AM   #10 (permalink)
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hehe that IC piping looks familiar!

What BOV flange did you get? SSQV?
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Meltman:
lol it's an sre intercooler pipping
yes I got it flanged for hks
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the excitement is killing me
my pistons (stock bore) and rods are on there way... finally!
now i need to find a good price on a water pump kit and oil pump kit so i can replace it since im doing a rebuild of the block. im having the hardest time getting a hold of a blox intake manifold, sadly.

im unsure if i should go with ACL bearings or just stick with OEM. i havent called the dealership to get a price on the bearings as of yet, but i will need to look into that. im almost tempted to do the rebuild myself because my neighbor is doing his. but im not sure if i trust myself just yet but i think with knowledge ive gathered within the years i should be able to pull it off. i mean removing pistons doesnt seem hard at all to be honest.

so the question is:
should i do the rebuild myself or just hire my honda service friend to do it for me?
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if you dont need the car for a certain date then i'd say do it yourself and do it slowly and have a friend who knows what theyre doing watch over your shoulder. be very cautious with it and if it comes out right you'll feel 100x better that you did it yourself. I know what you mean by the turbo bug.I'm helping a buddy put a garrett m33 in an old 84 toyota ra64 and its making me want turbo even more. It's gonna get me soon enough, next summer I'm 100% sure im gonna boost. If you do decide to do it yourslef then goodluck, i'm gonna bookmark this so keep them updates comin, good parts so far.
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