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Old 01-07-07, 10:49 AM
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turbo 12a progress, standalone, 17" wheels

Bueno aqui algun progreso hecho en mi FB, ayer la baje un poco se ve mejor no?

tambien ya se adapto el 13BT intake y unos fuel rails, me faltan los oval plug connectors para los 550cc injectors. Ya la megasquirt esta instalada. Una foto del turbito stock 13b turbo para empezar.

El FMI llega esta semana (intercooler frontal)









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Old 01-07-07, 11:27 AM
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Si quieren reirse un poco miren el motor frankinstein que arme con housing pre-80 con housings del 85...como es streetported no importaba, ya que el exhaust port se modifico en ambos...jejeje a real budget 12A...pero saben lo mas triste n/a marca constantes flat 15s.

Aqui pueden ver el adaptor plate que fabrique con los injector bungs. El motor tiene apex atkins, pacman seals, y high volume mazdatrix comp oil pump. Donde ahorro por un lado se gasta en lo otro...


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Old 01-07-07, 11:29 AM
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hey no se preocupen por el gasket material feo que sale entre los housings..falta limpiarlo...no tenia Hylomar asi que utilize una formula secreta...jejeje
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se ve bien, me gustan los aros, LOL
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Originally Posted by mperformance
Si quieren reirse un poco miren el motor frankinstein que arme con housing pre-80 con housings del 85...como es streetported no importaba, ya que el exhaust port se modifico en ambos...jejeje a real budget 12A...pero saben lo mas triste n/a marca constantes flat 15s.

Aqui pueden ver el adaptor plate que fabrique con los injector bungs. El motor tiene apex atkins, pacman seals, y high volume mazdatrix comp oil pump. Donde ahorro por un lado se gasta en lo otro...


De SHOW!

¿donde conseguistes el adapter? Tengo un 79 que podria utilizar un adapter asi
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lo fabrique yo mismo
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Cool

otra foto mas...todavia lo mucho que falta....

esto no es facil



falta aun bastante por hacer, ignition falta ponerle el CAS sensor y eliminar el distribuidor, ponerle los coils de TII. Falta aun ponerle el codo de TII pero soldado para que mire hacia adelante del motor y poder ponerle el intercooler. Falta montarle el multiple de escape con el turbo y el sistema de escape.

Luego tunear la megasquirt con el wide band...

y luego UPGRADE a un GT35R
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asi va quedar...miren que belleza...

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Si Los Fabrica Yo Le Compro Uno Pa Rapido
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By The Way Esa Formula Secreta La Conosco Yo Eso Es De Gente Pobre Como Yo El Famoso Shenlack
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lo fabrique yo mismo
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By The Way Esa Formula Secreta La Conosco Yo Eso Es De Gente Pobre Como Yo El Famoso Shenlack
jejeje U got it!
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Well, looks like i will be joining the ranks of the 1st gen cult, i bought my self an 82 FB, for a pretty decent price and the body is straight and the interior in pretty good condition. Its in Georgia, so i have my work cut out for me, since i am in DR now and will have to pull some strings to bring it in. But im optimistic. Its automatic, but i already bought the clutch and brake pedal assemblies to make it stick. I will most likely put in a 13BT engine in it, but if i can land a RE that would be sweet. Its going to get an E8 for EMS, and slowly will build it up and restore it.

Here's a few pics of it.











Oopss! perdon! se me olvido que este es el foro de latino america, jejeje, perdonen mi ingles :P, el caso es, que me he incluido al grupo de las primeras generacion, y me he comprado esta FB 82, el chasis y carroceria estan en buenas condiciones asi como tambien el interior. El plan es ponerle un 13BT o RE, Haltech, e irla restaurando poco a poco. Y claro, ahi tienen fotos para verla.
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Well, looks like i will be joining the ranks of the 1st gen cult, i bought my self an 82 FB, for a pretty decent price and the body is straight and the interior in pretty good condition. Its in Georgia, so i have my work cut out for me, since i am in DR now and will have to pull some strings to bring it in. But im optimistic. Its automatic, but i already bought the clutch and brake pedal assemblies to make it stick. I will most likely put in a 13BT engine in it, but if i can land a RE that would be sweet. Its going to get an E8 for EMS, and slowly will build it up and restore it.

Here's a few pics of it.











Oopss! perdon! se me olvido que este es el foro de latino america, jejeje, perdonen mi ingles :P, el caso es, que me he incluido al grupo de las primeras generacion, y me he comprado esta FB 82, el chasis y carroceria estan en buenas condiciones asi como tambien el interior. El plan es ponerle un 13BT o RE, Haltech, e irla restaurando poco a poco. Y claro, ahi tienen fotos para verla.
Ta bonito, el Supra del lado es lo que daña la foto
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pregunta...que recomiendan para poner el intercooler. Estoy pensando ponerlo horizontal. El intercooler es grande y me gustaria montarlo de esta forma.

No se diganme que opinan?





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I wonder what they are talking about? Pix made it look very interesting but I lost my spanish to tagalog dictionary.
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wacky it's a 12a getting all Turbo II stuff...I'm also debating about getting the intercooler Horizontally mounted (yes it's not V mount, but done before) or Front mounted.

Nice to see you around here...
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tuve que sacar el auto hoy para limpiar un poco el shop... unas fotos antes de la pintura, como ven desarme un poco el motor para fabricar los brackets y montar el front mount intercooler aun no decido si ponerlo v-mount o horizontal.

quick pictures before the new paint job...I had to clean up the shop so I took the car out. I also took the radiator out to be able to make the intercooler brackets, still can't decide whether to go front mount or horizontal o v-mount .

paint still shines a bit.
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wacky it's a 12a getting all Turbo II stuff...I'm also debating about getting the intercooler Horizontally mounted (yes it's not V mount, but done before) or Front mounted.

Nice to see you around here...
Para montarlo horizontal vas a tener que sellar los alrededores, y hacer ductos en el bonete (para que funcione al 100%). En los SA\FB, hay suficiente espacio para montar el intercooler, y pasar la tuberia (comparado con un FC ). Voto por que lo montes al frente

De todas formas, el carrito esta de show
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va de frente pues KNONFS...claudio el que postio aqui tambien me lo recomendo y ya me estaba inclinando a front mount yo mismo. Hay que hacer los ductos y demas y si voy a hacer eso me tomaria mi tiempo para hacerlo bien con ductos de fibra de carbono. A pesar que se veria mucho mejor horizontal (show cuando se ve el motor) creo que me voy por lo practico.
Esta semana creo que arranca o por lo menos comienzo a prepararlo para ese dia, tengo mas tiempo ahora.
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very nice mang!! Wish I have the time to concentrate on one project but I couldnt help it.
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intercooler mounted

here is the intercooler already mounted...SAP intercooler instalado!





el panel del centro, headlight header panel feo (ugly) ese que tiene es el que usaba cuando corria en circuito y drag...lo voy a pintar negro cuando vaya a pintura.

soon...TURBO install!!!
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¿que hay de montar el intercooler medio inclinado, recostado del "grill" que tienen los FB debajo que dirije el aire hacia el radiador? parece como si fuera mas eficiente ya que el aire pasaria por todo o casi todo el intercooler.

by the way el carro esta lindo con esos aros.
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