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Old 09-17-17, 01:26 PM
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93 SSM FD VA Beach Build!!!

Angel motorsports is giving me the hook up here in VA Beach and if you ever need anything performance related mike is your guy.

So this is how the build is looking.
Half Bridgeport
3mm goopy seals
Rywire single turbo harness
Resurfaced rotor housings
Full twin scroll manifold
Dual tial 44mm gates
4 in downpipe
Borg 366 turbo with t51r mod
Cj Motorsport fuel system
Walboro 450 fuel pump
6AN stainless fuel lines
AEM water meth kit
Apexie. PFC commander
Pineapple racing pulley system
Spec stage 5 clutch
1000cc primaries 2000 ID secondaries
Re-ameyina dolphin exhaust
Sakebomb IGN-1 ignition
Exssesive LIM with heat sink
Big 36 row Mishimoto dual oil coolers with full stainless oil cooler lines & mishimoto OPR
Alex Rodriguez ABS delete
Meghan racing coilovers
Enkie RP01 wheels on all new rubber with 5 mm spacers
Pettit cool charge intercooler
All new coolant lines.

when he opened her up the ports were non matching, haousings in need of resurface and warped apex seals. Now for the nasty port









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should be bad *** when done. In for progress.
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New update. Rotors and eshaft are off getting balanced! One rotor face is dented, so all new rotor to replace. Also picked up a OEM 99 spec bumper and lip, with a new fender from Fritz. Also adding an additional oil cooler mishimoto 36 row oil cooler.
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Nice meeting you and can't wait to see the 99 bumper installed etc....
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Entire system balanced out within .05 grams!
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Looks like a good build, sub'd
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All freshened up. Pinned and balanced within a gram.


Some fresh new rubber. 275/40-17r Nt05r
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Looks like an unsprung clutch.........

Straight track car no worries but any street time and I'd recommend not doing that.
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Yeah she will engage pretty hard but the t56 will handle it no problem. Maybe not the best choice for street comfort but that dog will hunt lol
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Yeah she will engage pretty hard but the t56 will handle it no problem. Maybe not the best choice for street comfort but that dog will hunt lol
That dog will hunt but it's not going to walk on a leash LOL

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I have an unsprung ACT on my stock FD transmission and don't have too many issues. Certainly not the best choice but it's manageable for sure.
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I have an unsprung ACT on my stock FD transmission and don't have too many issues. Certainly not the best choice but it's manageable for sure.
Yep. I used one on a DD FD for about 2 months and I wouldn't recommend it for any type of street use. Makes zero sense.

On a track car it will save you a few tenths so if you really need those 10nths to get on the podium then go for it. I'd never put a unsprung disc on a track car unless I was racing for a living/money.

Anywho I'd seriously recommend putting in a sprung 6 puck minimum (which you will still need to slip a little in traffic). If you don't have over 400 HP then no need for a 6 puck and it will be a pleasure to drive, you won't have to slip the clutch etc....

PS The car I bought that had the non sprung clutch also had solid motor mounts. ANOTHER really big problem or something I'd never do with this car. Solid mounts work great on 911s but they absolutely suck for the FD.
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Yep. I used one on a DD FD for about 2 months and I wouldn't recommend it for any type of street use. Makes zero sense.

On a track car it will save you a few tenths so if you really need those 10nths to get on the podium then go for it. I'd never put a unsprung disc on a track car unless I was racing for a living/money.

Anywho I'd seriously recommend putting in a sprung 6 puck minimum (which you will still need to slip a little in traffic). If you don't have over 400 HP then no need for a 6 puck and it will be a pleasure to drive, you won't have to slip the clutch etc....

PS The car I bought that had the non sprung clutch also had solid motor mounts. ANOTHER really big problem or something I'd never do with this car. Solid mounts work great on 911s but they absolutely suck for the FD.

car at will be closer to 600hp with water meth and it is being built as a half mile car for the beast coast shootout events. Always on set to kill mode.
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car at will be closer to 600hp with water meth and it is being built as a half mile car for the beast coast shootout events. Always on set to kill mode.
LOL...........gotcha it's far from a street car

Looking forward to watching the kills!
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More pics of that wheel setup! It was one of my options as well... is that 17x10 and 17x9?

Looks great!

Did i read you're going T56? More info on that!
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