turbobrick

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  1. \ there's a shot of the front with the eibachs... you can see my fender liner ripped to pieces..
  2. I ran eibachs/koni yellows back in the day, the drop was impressive.. one of the lowest of the time, and actually the ride was pretty good. It did ride like a truck if you had the yellow's set to full stiff, tried all the settings and ended up at full soft. The car though given what it was handled pretty well
  3. Don't worry I kept them... just like a little bling but want to keep O.E appearances.
  4. Got some 19's for her, took this last night after adding some rear spacers. The car needs to be dropped desperately now.
  5. Oh I'm sorry I just looked back over the photos, I was under the impression you cut the big square out with the metal bung attached and cut a square hole, then JB welded the exposed plastic.. Not tapped the hole and used a new fitting with the JB weld only securing the MAP into place and not actually keeping it sealed. If that even makes sense
  6. an oil pan and an intercooler end tank are apples and oranges here. Oil pan sees relatively low pressure compared to boost. If you see crank case pressure equivalent to what you're boosting you have much bigger problems to worry about then if your JB weld is holding. I'm sorry what?? Dynamic pressure? Why would it being flat over a small surface make it any less prone to failure in a system that has to maintain both vacuum and positive pressure?
  7. i've used JB weld on plastic end tanks before, don't get me wrong it will hold. But it was a temporary solution, the Oil that is thrown accumulates where ever there is any kind of crack/depression and it will wear down the plastic. Just seems like you're introducing a point of failure to the system, this is no longer fitting into a cast piece and you're pushing quite a bit of pressure at it. How did the stock solution mount in? was it threaded? I'm not being critical of your work or your solution it just surprised me this is what people opt to do when swapping intercoolers.
  8. seems like it would be easier and more legit to make a pipe for the map sensor and cut the silicone vs modifying a plastic end tank??
  9. if i sleep in my car it will be just like carlisle.
  10. nice digs bud, loving the unattached garage!
  11. detailed the hell out of the xc60, the paint was in bad shape and needed major correction. started with a meguiars medium cut, then moved to a rupes fine polish and finished with griots total seal... what a PAIN.
  12. yup, first featured in the 911 GT1. http://www.total911.com/technology-explained-mezger-engine/ when i did the oil change on the car for the first time i had 4 plugs, one per turbo, one for the oil pan, and the other for the sump reservoir. I got a giant coolant drip pan to drain it into, and when i undid the plug on the sump which was 22mm I had the plug drop down into my funnel get stuck and empty roughly 5 quarts of oil in less than 5 seconds, spilling over the funnel instantly and all over my garage floor. it was magical. after about 3 rolls of paper towels, i hacksawed