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Old 04-21-2010, 11:13 AM
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Hi all
Having my S2k for just over a year I thought it was time for a little bit of engine work.

Parts Have all arrived and projects starting heres pictures some of the bits being fitted! more to come!

Bits All lined up!


GReddy Type 28 V-spec Intercooler




GReddy Polished Aluminum Pipework


GReddy Cast Iron 42.7mm Exhaust Manifold


GReddy Downpipe


GReddy T518Z-10cm Turbocharger!






Skunk2 Throttle Body




AEM fuel pressure regulator


Skunk2 Oil Cap


Steel Braided Fuel / Oil Lines with Billet Connectors


HKS SQV Blow Off Valve


Polished Intake Manifold




GReddy Wiring Loom, Engine Managment and 4x 550cc injectors


Spoon Torque Damper


BC-Racing Fully Adjustable Coilvers


Comments Welcome more pictures to come!!

More Projects shown on my blog!
http://www.ProjectAuto.co.uk
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I really want a polished intake, but i just cant be bothered with the hassle of swapping it over.
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Blimey! What a great array of stuff.

Is there a flux capacitor too?



I bow to you - I was chuffed the other day to do the seat belt bleeper mod, never mind fit a turbo and all the other bits.
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unfortunately they run out of flux capacitor but on order haha

still waiting for bits to arrive tho ill pop them up as and when
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Christ, when was the lottery win?

That was like flicking through a s2k porno looking at those pics, I bet you were pleased to see the postman!
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Very very nice. Hope to see the build pics and hear your impressions on the power and handling difference. Best of luck.
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As some of you know I bought some gauges to be fitted

AEM Oil Pressure
AEM Air Fuel Ratio



AEM Tru Boost Controller


After A SOS A-pillar Gauge mount & a custom mount its all ready to be connected once the engines done!

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Nice -

Very similar setup to mine! That GReddy kit is great to instal, we did it in a saturday!

Goodluck deciphering the hieroglyphics that the EManage uses!
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I am using a AEM EMS
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Sweet

Thats a good idea alright- then you can hook your boost solenoid up direct to connector block D on the AEM and run the Tru boost as just a gauge for better boost control :>
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