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Nice combination of go-fast stuff. ES Motors does a great job with this kit. One of my buddy's runs it in the UK and his car is probably faster than mine in the triple digit speeds.

Is it done yet? Look forward to your feedback and race results.
 
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I'm doing the build myself...
so it takes a bit of time to juggle it between work and social life loool
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but progress is ok

I'll do the post of today's work
 
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Progress report #2 18Nov2016

Ok
so today I didn't touch anything that's performance related loool

i was thinking of a way to mount the methanol tank, pump and few extra power port and voltage meter to monitor the battery . plus a power socket for whatever need.... and a port to plug the battery maintainer .



so I came up with this:
A frunk aluminium mat!!





Test fitting

I'm very pleased with the results


It is also removable







 
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Great looking car!

Nice to see the new do88 intercooler kit put to good use!
 
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Progress report #3 19Nov2016

Progress report #3 19Nov2016

I didn't have much time available to me.

so what I did today:

took out the intercoolers
and
cut and removed the turbo inlet pipes.







Damn that's tiny!!

 
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Great progress. I am totally digging your garage. Those stock inlet hoses are def small and can be a pain to remove even after cutting. With the do88s, i found it easier to do a pull/push method a bit at a time until they were seated properly. My passenger side one i had to cut a bit (compressor side) to make it fit, drivers side no cutting was needed. Also be careful with the vacuum lines that route down on both driver and passenger. Keep up the great work!
 
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Thanks for the tips!!
my garage is modest

I appreciate it!


stock ones once cut were a piece of cake to take out.

the do88 ones are not yet to be fitted . .. I'll wash the engine now.

what vacuum lines are you referring to? on top of the DV?
 
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Thanks for the tips!!
my garage is modest

I appreciate it!


stock ones once cut were a piece of cake to take out.

the do88 ones are not yet to be fitted . .. I'll wash the engine now.

what vacuum lines are you referring to? on top of the DV?
No problem at all, we are all here to help one another. Correct, the vacuum lines that feed the DVs.
 
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No problem at all, we are all here to help one another. Correct, the vacuum lines that feed the DVs.
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I've removed thr plenum , and vacuum lines are running abive it , so I've gathered them both at the middle of the engine. area are wide clear now for inlet tubes to be inserted .
 
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Thank you !

I'm hoping to finish it by the weekend
 
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Progress report number 4 , 21 Nov 2016

So today I wish I had more done, but none the less, few items crossed

1. I've foamed and cleaned the engine
2. replaced MAP sensor by the intake manifold
3. installed exhaust header on driver side... torqued both headers to 24 ft.lb

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Progress report number 5 , 24 Nov 2016

ok.. so today I feel like I had enough done hehehehhhehehehhe
1. ran the methanol 6mm nylon hose fron trunk to engine bay
2. I made the cut on the pieces lower to the tail lights to fit the larger intercoolers, and gave them a small spray of bed liner in a can
3. fitted the do88 turbo inlet pipes! they were a pain in the back to fit. the only way I was able to do it is to lower the engine around 2 inches by unbolting the rear engine mounts AND spray the hoses with lots of silicone spray lube .
4. I've tried to fit the IPD plenum and failed ! got tired. if anyone has a DIY of fitting the plenum please shoot it.


















 
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Great job man. Looking great!

Soon I'll start working on mine once I put it up for the winter. Already switched back to 93oct from E85. Feels like a dog now lol
 

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