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Old 03-27-2018, 08:30 AM
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No. The nipple right next to the plug that you have circled is how you bleed the coolant on the manifold.
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No. The nipple right next to the plug that you have circled is how you bleed the coolant on the manifold.
That part I know, but Lance from Hayward set me straight on my question.

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Old 03-27-2018, 11:01 AM
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Lisle spill free funnel and the bleed valve pointed out previously is the only things you need.
There is no real purpose on that plugged up hole you ask about now.
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Maybe a stupid question, to run ITBs without any kind of air filter, doesn't it waste the engine in the long term?

What kind of cover for the ITBs is there in the market? And is it possible to connect the ITBs to the stock air filter box?

Thanks. The ITBs are an expensive mod but it must be amazing for a nice NA set up.
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Old 05-15-2018, 08:25 AM
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Yeah I wouldn't recommend running without a filter.
Stock airbox should certainly be possible to use, you can check my previous post here which is kind of the same idea.
https://www.s2ki.com/forums/s2000-na.../#post24176102
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Flanders.
can you please forward to me the dimensional drawings for the Jenvey TPS adaptor.
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whats happens with the itb dbw ?
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Hi! Iam installing Jenvey itb on my ap1 2.2 spoon engine. My workshop told me its no problem driving without break booster, they will remove it.

Also i won't get idle regulator. They told me it's no problem, i will need to warm upp the engine keeping my foot in the gas pedal for one minute...

All this sounds little odd, I want to have my car driveable for street and occasionally on track..what is your opinion about my workshop comments? How did you solve those issues on your s2k with itb?

Is driving without breake booster really recommended?...Thanks in advance!
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no that is a terrible shop. buy the urge vacuum block and you dont need to remove either of them
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Yeah removing the brake booster is a terrible idea, not sure the reason why you would need to remove it either?
The IACV is a bit more tricky to keep but still possible, I have been running without it for a few years now though I don't think it's that bad.
Idle will be very low when cold (5-600rpm) and a bit high when warm (13-1400rpm).
Urge vacuum block does not have a solution for the IACV but it's still a very good design and it gives you the choice to keep a speed density (MAP) tune.

Hope you get it all working so I can have a look at it on Mantorp in May
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