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Tornado Silver Time!

I had this posted on another forum, so I'll be copying the old posts and including their dates in the posts title.

Picked up the car march 26, 2010
Posted this on jan 28, 2010

My plans are pretty basic for this. It's my first car(to own).

Seeing as my car is now 24 years old, its a little sloppy (original suspension) but its damn sexy - kind of like a cougar. Sloppy Cougar - it just kinda worked :mrgreen:


Background:

I picked it up in WV for 1200$ after the P/O gave up on trying to fix it. Sadly the car had been in a small front end collision but only had 77k on it! Dumped 3 grand on a rebuild and couldn't figure out why it would randomly die. Drove 7 hours down to look at the car. Doesn't die as he explained. We exchange title/money and I drive away. We go two miles down the road - stop to get 2 cycle oil for safety reasons and come back out and it wouldn't start. FFFUUUUUUUUU

When I picked it up. (after shutting down the car to pick up the 2 cycle. Little did I know........lol)



So we drive 4 hours back to where we stayed for the night (grandparents) and head back down the next day. Car fires right up(not flooded as many will think) and we top off at a gas station and head back up north(no radio by the way). We make it back to the grandparents with no problem. Car doesn't stall or anything. I let it idle outside so I can run inside and **** and we get ready to go out. I walk out to the car and then it dies...ffuuuddddgeeeee wont start again. We let it sit for 3 hours and pray it will start up - and it does. We head out again and 20 minutes down the road something comes off from under the car. I heard a banging sound right under me and I FREAKED out thinking somethings gonna take my legs off or something. We pull over and i look under and see a loose cable. we're in the middle of bumblef*** so I tell my girlfriend to rev the car while i use string to tie thing thing up from hitting the ground. Then it died again....

At this time it was 8 at night, we had another 3 hours to get home with class the next day and a dead car half an hour away from our midpoint. We had a tow truck take it back to the grandparents and we headed home to come back down next weekend - with a trailer.

When we came back it started up and we pop it up on the trailer and head home. Thank god! Its finally home! Now it's time to get it off the trailer. Try to start it up - nothing. Turns over but got nothing. We roll it off and up into the driveway and try the basics - de-flood, add oil to the housings , check spark plugs, NOTHING. How did this car drive 4 hours straight and now it wont even start up?! Then we checked the basics. Spar-OUCH yes we have spark. No air blockages..FUEL! We pop a fuel line and crank. Nothing. We pop open the back, pull out the fuel pump and try it connected to the battery. NOTHING. Did I just get a car valued around 3-4 grand for 1200$ + 150 for a fuel pump? HELLLLLLLLLLL YEAH! Got a new pump and it fired right up after priming. Ever since then she has never given me problems minus the occasional flooding(I have a cut-off switch).

Finally home!



At my girlfriends house after a nice bath and wax



This morning after a little snow!




My Plans:

This is my only car so its my daily and I cant afford more than a weekend of downtime so there wont be any complete tear downs or engine swaps..On the other hand, I will be doing my best to keep it clean - stock - and upgrade with what I can afford and see as a fun project. These are my goals

RTEK 2.1 ECU upgrade
Tokico Illuminas/KYB AGX + lowering springs
Complete my 3 gauge din cluster setup (water temp - oil press - future boost gauge?)
Nice set of 16x8 rims
Do something about the underbody for winter driving
Sound deaden the rear(loud resonance)


Since I've owned it I've done:
Fuel pump!
Complete new exhaust - RB header - bonez high flow cat - RB catback
NEW working radio + new speakers all around.
New non-retarded air filter
Aftermarket water temp gauge(sender does not fit...gotta figure something out)
Put way too many miles on this baby...

I have more pictures at home, I'll try and post them when I find em. Also I'll make sure to take pictures anytime I do work!



when i had two..
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jan 30th, 2010 - aquarium in the trunk!

Yesterday I figured out why my car was collecting an aquarium in the rear. The P/O never put the drain lines in the drain holes. Upon inspection...here is what i found!



I purchased new 1/2 ID and 5/8OD tubing, and popped it on. No new picture of the new tubing...didnt have my phone at the time.
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March 26, 2011 - Making the sloppy cougar a little less sloppy

So yesterday I got my new stock bumper put on. picked it up for free.99 and got it painted for cheap when my car got hit so the paint was already mixed.

Here is the old bumper....



the shop i was in...(3 rotor in front of the FD)



girlfriend : hey look its a rotor!
its crazy how small they are in person.



got the bumper off...5 out of the 6 studs were rusted. had to weld some new ones on. good thing i didnt try this at home!



found this once we got the bumper off....maybe this is why the car had such low miles. guessing it sat a while?



cleaned up the FTPs...the one on teh right has broken studs. I need a replacement.



tada! waiting on new FTPs before i put them back on

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March 31st, 2011 - The frost king

Last night I added some Frost King Insulation (cheap noise reduction and insulation from Home Depot)

I covered the back trunk area along with the vertical spare tire space. I got rid of the annoying exhaust drone considerably but I need to cover more. Also plan on getting some dynamat like material to cover vertical locations since they seem to be the most susceptible to making vibrations.

My speakers dont have to be turned up nearly as much and once summer comes around we will see how well it is insulated. Last summer it would get up to around 110 in the car when I walked out to it at lunch time (with the sun roof open BTW). Hopefully this will bring temps down a bit and not work the A/C so hard. Maybe I'll tint the rear hatch to bring temps down also.
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April 1st , 11:07 pm

So...april first. engine blew up at 11 PM.

the story in the next post.
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April 1st , April fools! i wish this was a joke...

Driving to West Virginia from Delaware for my girlfriend's grandfathers 80th birthday party. Her 626 has had a CEL for a little while and figured it would be best to take my car(lol...) I had about 200 miles left before my normal oil change so I ran home and changed my oil before we left. put in some mobil 1 syn. 10-30. figured I would change from my winter 5-20 that I had been running. Mobil 1 wasnt on sale so I spent 60$ on 6 quarts and a filter. Run home and get it changed.

I go to pick up my girlfriend and head down 95. We get about half way through the trip and my car started to sound a little funny. The exhaust didnt sound as crisp as it did when we first started. Figured the car was warmed all the way up since we had been driving for 2 hours - so I didnt worry.

A little later my ankle started to hurt so I ask my GF to drive. We pull over and she hops in the seat, wait for traffic to clear and she starts going. smooth in first....smooth into second...get into third and the car started shaking like crazy. RPMs stopped going up and it sounded like crap. We pull over and she puts it into neutral and it couldnt hold an idle. We panicked - "oh **** wtf do we do...half way there, and half way home" I call up my rotary mechanic and he confirms it popped a seal, said it was drivable but I would have to floor it to keep it around 50-60.

So we get going again - freaked out but calming down since what happened - happened and we cant change anything so we start joking about it etc etc. Due to having it floored more often it ate through gas a little faster, and made some wicked back fires due to all the unburned fuel from the blown rotor going right into the exhaust.

So we get to our destination. Call everyone we talked to - let em know we made it. Make a few posts - try to find people to pick me up. No one was really available or wanted to so I figured I was going to have to try and make it back. At this point I figured if it broke on the way back, I would be closer to home than if someone picked it up from the grandparents house.

Fast forward 4 1/2 hours and I made it home. Pulled in the drive way and shut it off. The motor has one final voyage it will make and that will be a 20 minute drive south to the shop where it will be rebuilt.

I cant decide if I want to do a larger streetport, or if i want to put a turbo on it. My mechanic buddy said I wouldn't be paying for anything since I donated 13 computers to his church.

Turbo rotaries are a little less reliable due to the boost - but I'm craving the power and I've read people have no problem DDing them. The other option is to keep it N/A - port this **** out of it and not worry about blowing a seal so quickly. That and I dont have to source all the turbo parts, ECU, fuel pump etc etc...

Decisions decisions...
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April 8th and 9th, Heart Surgery!

I'm still too tired to type up everything right now so I'll let the pictures do the talking for now.























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April 23rd, o2 sensor and amp/sub

No pictures, but I got a cheapy o2 sensor. My diagnostic LED I added showed that my O2 sensor was causing my car to act funny when it was warming up. Went out and bought a replacement 20$ sensor and the code went away(yay!).

After that was done I went ahead and ran some wires through the car for my amp and sub I picked up from a friend for 50 bucks. 10 inch sub, and a 400 rms watt amp. While at streetwars i came across someone selling 8 gauge wire kits for 20$ so I picked one up. Seeing as my car is tiny, and the sub is the only thing running off the amp I figured that would be big enough. no need to overkill here...

Anyways, I'll take pictures in a few days when I get a chance. Its dark and rainy right now.

Oh, and Happy Easter!
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April 26th, presilencer > gutted cat

So today I ventured and put my racing beat presilencer on. I got everything buttoned up and turned it on and it was still ridiculously loud

Well it turns out I forgot to tighten up the part after the Y pipe going to the exhaust muffler. After that was nice and tight I WTF'd because it was so quiet! I couldnt believe it.

I was so happy to be able to ride in the car and it be fairly quiet! I'll have to pull it back off to get it inspected with a cat again, but afterwards this will be a permanent fixture!
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May 6th, New rims and rubbers!

waiting on 5 lug. spent 2 1/2 hours going up to a junkyard for 5 lug hubs and my gps took me to the wrong one, by the time i found the other one they denied me entrance because it was so late in the day. i seriously screammmmmed cause i was so pissed. i'll have to head back up soon to grab the hubs so i can put these new wheels on!

also ordered KYB AGX's, just waiting to order some eibach progressive springs





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May 10th, 2011 - 5 lug swap commence

Well after finding those nice rims I had to go get a 5 lug swap so I found a junkyard that happened to have 2 RX7s. One had a super nice set of rotors to go with it so I opted to grab those instead!

I called a few days prior and the guy had told me 60$ a hub, so I was kind of afraid I was going to be spending all of my cash. When I went to finish and pay he goes OK, 20$ a hub and 15$ a caliper, 70$ please. Oh! and since they were taking pictures of people in the yard, I got a 5$ discount for allowing them to do that too.

So...I got all of this for 65$! :bigeek::bigeek::bigeek::bigeek:




Now, I'm waiting to get a set of rears. I didnt have the right tools to get the shaft out of the hub for the rears, and whoever tried to remove the brake calipers before me snapped the bolts into the hubs so they were basically trashed Once I get some springs and rear hubs my car will be going under one hefty transformation!


oh, and my other package came in too....

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May 18th, Shocks and springs

I got tired of waiting so I decided to swap my shocks and springs. My old shocks were toast. The rears were horrible and the fronts seemed smooth but with no rebound and very little pressure compared to the new units.

The new units are KYB AGX shocks and Eibach pro-kit progressive style springs. The ride is very comfortable and the car feels so much better around bumps and through the turns. I am excited to get my bushings done to really bring out the potential of this car.

Here are some pictures...

I got antsy so I actually started friday night. After I finished the left side I went and saw green lantern with the GF.



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August 8th, 2011

A few weeks before this, my daughter was born.

Engine has about 4k miles on it.

Has s5 LIM due to s5 midplate. The 5th and 6th port actuators are only opening up about half way since its electrically activated with some vacuum pump thing....its retarded and I need to fix it. How much more power would it bring with them fully open? I wasnt allowed to take the actuators off while it was on the dyno to see what it would do with them open

I plan on getting the rtek 2.1 for this in the future to see if I can get close to 200. that would make me happy.

P.S the AF/R was like an o2 sensor they stuck up the exhaust pipe O_O

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February 12th, 2012

It's been a long time since I've updated this last but there is good news!

Turbo parts are coming in. Picked up a bunch of parts for $250. The turbo has minimal shaft play - but I want to rebuild it since I already have it out. I still need a bunch of parts and hope I can get them all with my tax return soon!

Parts I have:
Turbo +oil/water lines
Exhaust Manifold
BOX
Intake Manifolds
TB
Intercooler
Fuel Rails

Parts I need:
Downpipe
TB cable
Bigger fuel pump
Turbo AFM
Turbo Pressure sensor
Misc gaskets
Turbo rebuild kit + balance
RTEK ECU
wideband
boost gauge

Overall I'll be spending about 1500$ in total. 500 of that is for the ECU to modify fuel and timing.

Pics to come!
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I've been looking into it...I've changed my mind and I plan on building a Megasquirt in the very near future. In the end I save some money since I dont have to search for an AFM, pressure sensor etc - PLUS I get many more features out of it! I'm a little worried about rewiring the car since this is my first car and I've never done more than slap on replacement parts. Custom is a new thing to me! Expect a lot to be happening once the tax return comes in!
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March 2nd, 2012 - megasquirtin'

Last week I ordered my Megasquirt II and set off on building it. It took roughly 10 hours to finish, mostly because I went slow to make sure I did not mess up. I did put one diode in backwards - but caught my mistake before burning it out. I was relieved to fire up the Megastim along the way and find out that everything was working according to plan.

I am a little scared using TunerStudio, (tuning program) because there are so many goddamn settings. I really dont wanna blow my engine. Slow and steady wins the race they say...so slow and steady this build will go!

Now I need to order a harness, coolant sensor and IAT sensor. waiting on a payment from a friend..

On to the pictures:

started with the megastim. this was my first electronics project ever. I've done lots of soldering since I race RC cars..never worked on stuff this small though.

All done!

Next came the Zeal board for RX7s. This allowed me to skip building a second VR circuit in the prototype area, along with the PWM mod for the BAC valve(idle control)

Here is the big mama...The other two boards took about 45 minutes combined..This took 8 hours plus.

Power and Serial connection circuits built

snipped leads

towards the end, this was around 5AM...i started around 7pm friday night.

megasquirt and megastim together
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And that takes us to the present date. I have acquired 85% of my Turbo swap items. I'll be picking up a down pipe this weekend and getting my turbo rebuilt soon also.

My goal with this build it to be able to spank my friends cars and still have a comfy to take to work on nice days.

My secondary goal is to create a condense and accurate/more up to date 6 port Turbo guide, filling in some of the blanks left from Aaron cake. I have read his guide many many times and without it i probably wouldn't even be considering this swap.

More updates to come, all the major work will be done within the next month.
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Update time!

Picked up a T2 hood, the guy i bought it from claimed all RX7s came with fiberglass hoods, no steel or aluminum...lol



The hood was pretty chipped up so I decided to plastidip it until I get it paint matched.



I applied it in too high humidity, in the wind and with too thick of coats (first time working with plastidip). I'm gonna re-do it in a few weeks.




I got a box from racing beat a few weeks ago



oh! got these subaru injectors too. (820cc) Anyone know if they need pintle cap things? This is how he sent them to me...they were flow tested and he sent me the papers.




I am now making sure I have all the little things before I take it down to a friends shop and start the overhaul.
I have the turbo rebuilt and hybridized(custom milled housing with 60-1 wheel, t3 hot side)
intake manifolds,(s4 t2)
downpipe(racingbeat)
ecu and wiring harness(megasquirt)
wideband(innovate)
boost controller(controlled by megasquirt)
boost gauge(prosport)
relays,fuses,fuseblock,misc wire

I know i need some weatherpack connectors, some hose clamps for the intake piping, a filer and pipe for the turbo inlet, and a few other tiny things.
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Love your car, Ive also got a k8 gxl just like it. good to see a fellow member with the same ride!
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Lookin good!

How are you planning to handle the intake manifold situation? I ask because I saw the metal S5 LIM gasket in that box from Racing Beat...

Also, what are the details on the engine itself?
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Thanks guys!

M Pizle, this is the base model, not GXL I agree it is nice to see another K8 out there! I am hoping to get some of those sweet Mazdaspeed sport seats. Like these:

Sharingan, This is a S4 rotating assembly with an S5 center plate due to having one on hand when it blew last summer. Current engine has a little under 8k miles on it. The engine builder didn't realize this until putting the LIM on and saw that the gaskets werent lining up. I currently have an S5 LIM with an S4 UIM on the rebuilt engine. Aaron Cake recommended the metal gasket over the paper filter which is the other reason why i went this route.
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A box from racing beat is always a good thing
Maybe I missed it, but what are you doing for rails if you are going to use those physically tiny subaru injectors?
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beefhole The subaru injectors fit the stock fuel rails. They will be my primaries with 1000cc secondaries.

I'm curious of what o rings I need since the other side doesnt have any (or a pintle cap) Can anyone give me info??

Here is a picture of all my accumulated parts minus the boost controller. It was in a different box when the picture was taken. Am I missing anything? For obvious reasons the turbo, intake and exhaust manifold, intercooler and blow off valve are not pictured. Is there a difference in the NA and T2 throttle body?

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