mspeedP5 said:Haven't started yet. Gonna have a shop do it, then tune it. Not 'til the new year tho'. God, just looking at that picture gives me heartburn... (eek2)
RyanJayG said:if you want to cool a GT2* turbo, use these fittings. http://www.atpturbo.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=ATP-FTG-004&Category_Code=FTG
its what I'm using. they are nice and tight to the center housing, and use a -6 (3/8" i.d.) hose. I ran them to my TB cooling loop.
azeli73 said:Damn! I'd go that route if I had known of them. I had a friend weld a bung to the coolant feed. the return line has a bung welded to the thermostat housing.
Only picture I have is this. No digital so I can't get you new ones. sorry.
RyanJayG said:no, its not needed... infact, unless you use a fuel computer you have to keep the stock injectors. If you decide to use an FMU and clamp you'll just keep the stockers. If you run a fuel computer (or standalone) you can use whatever size injectors you want. However if you keep the boost relatively low (~8psi or lower) then there is no need to change injectors anyways.
mspeedP5 said:I cannot find any reference to what is done with the IAT sensor for the install of this system in the instructions.
mspeedP5 said:Hmmm, am I correct in assuming then that it is not a critical part?
The filter sounds like it makes sense, but putting it in the fender well would not give an accurate intake air temperature. Or does it even matter?