Finally started installing my turbo today:thumbs:
Started with all this crap
Ic should make it in tomorrow if I can get the all the oil plumbing done soon.
looks good :thumbs:
Yeah, she looks pretty nice, keep us updated with what happens to her :mrgreen:
That a pontiac?
I hope you have enough Coronas to get you through :wink2:
You sarcastic bastard :smoke:
Hehe. Super Bowl Party leftovers:laughing:
1998 Pontiac GTP
Well I got the oil lines and the motor put back together when the damn rain came. Hopefully I can find time to put the IC in this week or at least by the weekend and see how she runs.
isint the gtp already supercharged?
sounds pretty good
Yep, but as you can see in the pics the snout and rotors have been removed
and a blockoff plate has been installed. The casing outlet was hogged out
and is now just a reg intake manifold.
Finally a weekend off! Here are some more pics.
Oil feed and return lines ran and everything starting to get hooked back up
Meziere in and wired up
Aluminum oversized radiator in
Front end off and IC brackets on
That was it for today. Started getting dark and I was getting tired. Hopefully I can get the IC finished tomorrow and start it up:twisted:
Looking good hopefully it will be done soon. :thumbs:
Still have a few little things to do and a really good once or twice over
to make sure I didn't forget something then it's time to crank her up.
After I took the pics I notice the bottom left bracket for the IC is a little crooked and I'm gonna have to fix that but at the moment I don't really care. I just wanna get it driving[:D]
Dude, she looks MEAN :twisted: !!!
Thanks man. Hey I sent you an email BTW. Better hurry!!
Looks good. :clap: Are you going to dyno it anytime soon?
I'm gonna have to play with it for a while until I get everything tuned in properly. Plus my transmission next on the list and I will start on that in a couple of weeks. So once all that is set I will head to the dyno. My goal is to run between 17-20psi on pump gas. Shooting for 450+whp and 550+tq at the wheels :rock: