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Old January 31st 2005, 13:43
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Hi everybody on the forum, I havnt been around for a while as i have been painting primer (5coats now) and sanding and filling and sanding and filling and sanding and filling and you get the idea.....WHY does PERFECTION take so long....Well it might not be perfect but i have had a good go.

If you look at the attachments i have included a picture of the mounting of my IHIRHB5 Turbo simular to a subaru legacy.
The chargecooler is large and is a pre production unit a good friend sourced for me.
I will attach a picture of the body work when i have wrestled them out of my diggi cam

LOL hope you are mildly interested....NUTTA

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Old January 31st 2005, 21:13
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Dude...I'm thinking about doing the turbo in the backseat section too. Do you have anymore pics (or links to pics) of the setup? How much hp do you think you'll have? How much boost? Thanks!

Matt F.
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Old February 1st 2005, 00:03
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Good to see you back. Nice progress on the car. :agree:
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Old February 1st 2005, 08:34
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How much bhp do i have matt, thats what i would like to know myself, the engine is in the prossess of being finished of i have put the motor spec below.
i cant wiat to run it(i hope it works)
i have a load of photos of the bulkhead area matt if you want to see more its great for gaining alot of space

Type 4 case 71x96 Balanced and Blue Printed
CSP Deep sump with turbo oil return
BAS oil filler pipe
Hand made stainless steel exhaust manifold ending in Bentley R Turbo tailpipe
GAC Engineered Heads 45in x 37ex
La performance pulley
CB air boxes
Scat manifolds
Engle FK7/8 Turbo grind on straight cut gears
Shadeck oil pump
Kobelshmitt bearings
Total seal rings
Bosch fuel filter
Fuel pump
CSP carbon fan shroud
Latest model 911 air cooled 12 blade fan
Samco black turbo hoses
8 inch Carbon air box/filter
IHI RHB5 Turbo charger from Subaru legacy turbo
CSP Throttle linkage
Bosch heated lambda probe
Omex coil pack, air temp, oil temp, map sensor
TWM throttle position sensor
TWM 45mm quad injector Throttle bodies
TWM fuel rails
4x Cosworth green injectors
DTA ECU
Bailey Re-circulating dump valve
One off Custom Charge cooler
Custom wiring harness
Bosch 12volt water pump
Polo 1.4 Radiator
Renault 5 turbo fan
Custom Blue silicone water hoses i may have left a few bits out but hey i cant type anymore........
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Old February 1st 2005, 12:33
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Nice stuff, I'm very curious how it will run....
What kind of clutchcombo are you going to use?


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Old February 1st 2005, 13:55
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Hi Blu ,clutch is Porsche 911 and the flywheel is from kennedy the gearbox is a 911sc 915unit thanks
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Old February 1st 2005, 13:57
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oops forgot to add the photo
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Old February 1st 2005, 14:18
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The progress is looking good. I'm going to removable rear clip as well, it makes engine removable/install, maintance, rejetting, checking spark plugs... a whole lot easier. That front spoiler is wild, I like . Looks like that engine is going to be a monster. Keep us updated.

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Old February 1st 2005, 14:32
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Hey supa glad you like the spoiler you should see what i have done at the back if you like the front...???
Has any body noticed the air rams for the deck lid yet????
supa where are you from dude
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Old February 1st 2005, 18:01
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Verry nice car mate!!!!

More pics of it???? pleaseeeeeeeeeeee

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Old February 1st 2005, 18:29
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Where is that lip from?
That car is nice!!!
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Old February 2nd 2005, 07:59
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The "lip" i take it you mean the front bumper spoiler combo, a few mates and i made it from a few left over bits n pieces, it floats on mountings that come from the front valence.The main purpose is to direct cool air into the front valence were the polo 1.4 liter radiator sits the other(purpose)is to look cool
Im glad you guys like it makes the hard work worth it Cheers race look

The water bottle for the rad is mk3 golf, the rad is covered in ally panels
Got to go im at work
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