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Old 10-28-2018, 03:18 PM
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I like your approach keeping it looking oem
Adding the UK exhaust mod should be great on your car
quiet at low rpm and increased flow and noise at high rpm
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Originally Posted by Colin Shipp View Post
I like your approach keeping it looking oem
Adding the UK exhaust mod should be great on your car
quiet at low rpm and increased flow and noise at high rpm
Thanks, yeah im considering the uk exhaust in the future.


First full throttle runs with external wastegates. (Can run as low as 5psi easy without creep). The transient response makes me laugh. It just snaps the boost gauge from full vacuum to full boost



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Some new pulls:


Raised RPM to 8500


All the exhaust noise is the titanium wastegates. Still running stock exhaust

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Man, awesome progress so far. This things gonna scream once you turn up the boost!
oh, and alloycraft makes a heater hose relocation bracket.
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Originally Posted by Mijae007 View Post
Man, awesome progress so far. This things gonna scream once you turn up the boost!
oh, and alloycraft makes a heater hose relocation bracket.
Some updates: sent the head to get ported and polished, installed the heater hose relocation bracket and ballade AC lines relocation shown aswell:




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Some black friday packages coming in: Science of speed throttle body and Skunk2 Thermal intake manifold gasket.

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At around 130k miles i decided to replace motor mounts while waiting on 4Piston buit head. Car had felt fine, no signs of fluid leaking from motor mounts but when i removed them it turned out they were torn and dried out. Lesson learned!


I went with factory oem mounts BUT i see how the liquid filled oem mounts are structurally weak against hard abuse. But the benefits of liquid filled mount will be worth a preventative replacement in 50k miles...


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Its gonna spool what it spools at.... not much you can do LOL
Just saw this, see my first post, learn something.
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Decided to wrap the turbo hotside since i have so much room to get at the manifold anyway. Used DEI titanium wrap, very easy to work with and no where near as itchy/flaky as their normal wrap. Cleaned the pipes with brake cleaner, applied dei hi-temp silicone spray(will help keep wrap from sliding around). Wrapped it and tightened it down with some steel ties. Then sprayed it with some more silicone spray to help the wrap last longer/keep liquids out/keep it from flaking off. Finally tried to paint it with black dei silicone spray but it had a really tough time absorbing the color into the wrap, mustve sprayed it like 10 times and its still not black.

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Man... I was just in Austin this past weekend. Would have loved to check out your car. I've been thinking a little bit about keeping the stock exhaust and running an external wastegate dump, but I'm concerned with how loud that will be. It would have been nice to hear one in person.
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