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Marshffs

Marshffs

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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 16:27

Where did you get the turbo inlet pipe from?
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maca

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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 20:11

Its made up of different pipes, silicone hump hoses I had to source to get it to work

1st pipe after filter I got with my hks filter, then bought the blue hump hose and 135 degree pipe off ebay (cheap aswell), got a 90 degree silicone joint onto turbo
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 20:29

What colour is it? Looks like the 90' pipe onto turbo aint got the little hoses attached to it.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 20:35

Colour of what mate the 90 degree one? its blue

little hose to what?
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 20:39

My inlet pipe had little hoses in for pipes going to intercooler and inlet manifold. Your chrome 1 doesn't look like it has any.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 20:41

from what I can remember and see on yours, one is a breather (im running catch can) and the other is the idle control valve hose which joins a pipe under inlet and then hoses onto icv itself (ive got a mini filter on)
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 20:45

Ahhhhh so I can take half them pipes off with a catch can? Looks like spaghetti junction, pipes all over the place.
I'll have a look for 1 of them pipes.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 8 May - 21:05

the hoses I was referring to were the 2 into the air intake mate, the 3 off the inlet are breathers aswell but one is for your boost solenoid, best off seeing someone who is 100% clued up as I cant really remember, its the one and only time ive done this mate.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyFri 9 May - 19:15

Marshiffs ive had a look at mine today

The 3 from your inlet are 1)breather 2)fuel pressure regulator 3)boost solenoid

in no particular order

my breather is blanked off as running catch tank and the other 2 are still on and connected to respective parts/locations

most of the spaghetti junction can go aslong as you put a mini filter on the icv and put a catch tank in with crank and cam breathers running to it mate, hope that clears it up a bit  Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyFri 9 May - 19:48

I'll wait til i get car back and get a catch can sorted out, I'll get Mr Jones to fit the bits. Cheers for the help Maca. Didnt know i could blank some off etc.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyFri 9 May - 20:03

No probs mate, neither did I, finn helped me.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyWed 28 May - 16:16

Some more little goodies to add to my project  Very Happy 

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SC46 for some serious ponies    
Carbon bonnet dampers (sorry Mario I had to copy  Laughing )
And an inlet that's going to get dipped  Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyWed 28 May - 17:24

"No I'm not going to go for anymore power, its quick enough"
I remember that when you called round lol.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyWed 28 May - 18:29

Marshffs wrote:
"No I'm not going to go for anymore power, its quick enough"
I remember that when you called round lol.

I blame "stella artois"!!!

didn't dare tell my lass until yesterday id bought it and I payed for it on Friday night  Laughing Laughing Laughing 

Awww well here goes  Very Happy 
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyWed 28 May - 19:51

Ces't cidre
Say you got it on sale or return basis. If you dont like it you return it lol
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyWed 28 May - 20:25

That manifold being reversed as well as dipped Wink
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 29 May - 8:32

StickT wrote:
That manifold being reversed as well as dipped Wink

 study 
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maca

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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 29 May - 8:33

Marshffs wrote:
Ces't cidre
Say you got it on sale or return basis. If you dont like it you return it lol

Not the cidre mate the real I am  Cool 

Aww and I don't think ill be returning it haha
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 29 May - 20:06

Took the fog light off the back and the square number plate today and fitted a new plate

from this

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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 29 May - 20:26

A lot better bud, is your fog light now part of your existing cluster?
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyThu 29 May - 20:34

Marshffs wrote:
A lot better bud, is your fog light now part of your existing cluster?

errmm yes  study Laughing 
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyFri 6 Jun - 21:38

Heres my revised spec list after last mapping day (Thursday @ andy kindons)

Its in the format of the spec sheets that iddy is putting together for NBO

Car:- Subaru Impreza V2 JDM WRX (when I started)

Engine / Gearbox Spec:-

V7 STI short engine rebuilt by AK Automotive with V9 conrods
V3 STI heads
SC46 with 7cm exhaust housing
SARD 550cc injectors
HRC340L fuel pump
Full 3" decat Kykan system
Custom air intake with large K&N cone filter
NGKPFR7B spark plugs
New age power steering pump
Alca Tek ECU mapped by Bob Rawle
STI UK 6 speed conversion
Single plate 6 speed Exedy organic clutch
Hybrid HDI GT Spec 2 FMI
RA WRX 10mm thermal inlet spacers
Race Spec Performance Oil catch can
Finntech ported headers
Harvey Smith Trick up pipe
Full silicone water hose kit in blue
Wiper bottle + alternator painted black
Sokie Tech black carbon fibre bonnet dampers
Perrin BOV
Ran on Millers 10/60

Suspension Spec:-
Tien lowering springs (30mm) on std struts
Carbon STI top strut brace
Sti bottom strut brace
5mm spacers
4 wheel alignment with prodrive settings

Brakes:-
OMP Performance front discs and pads
Subaru 4 pot callipers (painted red)
Brembo rear brake conversion (painted red) with Brembo discs and OMP performance pads
DOT 5.1 fluid

Exterior:-
Full 98-00 front end conversion with a P1 splitter
Tinted windows
Custom number plates

Interior:-
Newage Prodrive interior
Momo steering wheel
Prosport Oil temp + pressure and boost gauges in a carbon pillar pod
Knocklink
STI floor mats


Wheels:-
17" Hawkeye WRX alloys powder coated gloss black with a speckle of Antracite
215/45/17 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 tyres


ICE:- Nissan duke sat nav double din head unit

Power:- ? (550's are maxed out so should be around about the 380/390/400 mark
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyFri 6 Jun - 21:39

Next mapping day its launch control, anti lag, 740cc injectors and the boost upped to 1.6 bar  Very Happy 

Should see 430/400 hopefully




Then that's it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyFri 6 Jun - 21:42

A nice classic you have aswel mate, 384bhp at a guess lol.
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PostSubject: Re: My classic   My classic - Page 6 EmptyFri 6 Jun - 21:45

Marshffs wrote:
A nice classic you have aswel mate, 384bhp at a guess lol.

Cheers mate, ill go with 384bhp then  Very Happy 
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