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    i'll sport your window gear too if you want... not too sure on how much AZ business you'll recieve ... but you never know? Tell me costs and ur paypal addy.

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    Which one you want? The wiring order form lists the sizes and styles: http://www.phoenixtuning.com/wiring/orderform.pdf

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    are you going to use an AEM FIC on this bad boy?
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    If/when I get to that point with it, yeah. It may go up for sale shortly after completion.

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    Please post dynos when you're finished with the engine setup (at least first stage) i would like to see the #'s

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    Any Bumps Doc?
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    My dumb ass forgot the camera last time I worked on it, should have a good update this weekend though.

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    Engine bolted in:



    Wide-angle shot:



    Brackets for heat exchanger welded up and installed:



    Closeup of the bracket and also one of the cushion clamps holding the silicone line from the pump to the heat exchanger. The two other lines are stainless braided (the ones that you can see )



    Stainless braided -12 AN lines and fittings:



    More cushion clamps for an ultra-clean look

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    DAYYYUUUUMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thats sweet man! Where did you get the clamps at?
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    Several of my suppliers carry them for routing wiring harnesses, stainless lines, and things of that sort. I bought a bag of every size lol

    -Doc
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  11. #86

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    Nice! I am going to buy some similar to those for my wires I have all over the place... I think it will make things a bit more organized under the hood...
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    Got the engine started yesterday! It coughed a little bit at first but it's running great now. This is how the engine sits now:



    I tig-welded up a cold air intake for it. Originally I didn't have the stock BOV recirculated but we found that it was leaking a little vacuum at idle, so out the intake came for a little more modification.



    This view shows the route the intake takes along with the two air ports (PCV and IACV). Also visible is the bracket holding the AFM.



    Another view showing the AFM and air filter, with the stainless water lines just clearing it. Also visible is the intercooler water pump.



    Air filter in a great spot to pick up some cold air. Also you can see the water pump relay that we wired up. It's triggered by the un-used fuel pump circuit on the AFM, so it runs only when the engine is actually running.



    Got this a couple weeks ago



    We were pretty excited with it running well. While it was warming up the first time I started filling the custom water/air intercooler setup and found a pinhole leak at one of the fittings on the heat exhanger. So after it was warmed up we shut it down to change the oil, fix that hole, and then weld up the fitting to recirculate the BOV. Fired it up the second time and it was running really good, but I noticed that I kept having to fill the intercooler up. At first I attributed it to bleeding air out of the system, but soon it became apparent that there must be another leak somewhere.

    This morning I checked it and found the intercooler empty. I had Chris at SCC tear into it and he confirmed my fears, there seems to be an internal leak inside the intercooler itself. I expected that it would be near one of the modifications that I made to it but it seems to be deep inside the core somewhere. I'm going to take a look at it myself tomorrow and see if it can be repaired. With all the time I have into the intercooler I hope that it can... if not, we'll be picking up a new core and making a few changes to the setup.

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    nice cold air. watch out for puddles!

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    Yeah there'll be no driving this in the rain in downtown Savannah. We get some MAD flooding here.
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    Update.... new intercooler welded up. I have the lines done as well now but no pics of that yet.







    And finishing fabricating the exhaust last night. I need to take it down and do the final welds on it and then the exhaust will be done.



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    Looking good!

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    I really need to come down there and have you do that to my exhaust...

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    Looks awesome, I havent read much of the thread but is that a watercooled intercooler?

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    Yeap, sure is
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    Here's the engine bay as it sits right now. Note water lines are complete (system is functional) and stock BOV is installed, and recirculated back to the intake. Hood closes without touching too



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    What's the point of putting the AFM so far from the TB?

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    Well, mostly it was the only place to put it with the cold air intake that I built. You'll note that the battery and cruise control are still in the stock location

    I finished welding up the exhaust today and fixed up a couple other little things and finally took it out for a drive! It's still got a few bugs to work out but it's running a LOT better now that has the timing set and right and has some fresh 93 octane it in! Plus it had a good bit of gunk to blow out and since putting about 10 miles on it is feeling much better

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    Great job so far Tweak.
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