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    Fresh Sweet Donuts Everywhere! (work log)

    opened my garage door and to my surprise... hmm donuts...



    hmm more donuts...



    *gasps* fresh sweet donuts everywhere on my FSDE!



    a forged gift from the signature cupid (lol2)



    block by signature sound
    Last edited by 323; 03-03-2017 at 07:00 PM.
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    welcome to my work log! it's going to be a long build since it's my first and i'm learning as i go. surely i'll have many questions and will appreciate every ones help. the goal for my build is very basic for now. will just to have a solid bottom end and everything else will be stock for now. will make more upgrades and get tuned as time and money permits in the future. enjoy!

    externally bypassed oil pump, mbsp, and moar donuts!





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    i see a waste of good donuts.

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    Mod List:
    - Split Second AFC
    - JoeP MBC @ 12psi
    - Gauges: wideband, boost, oil pressure, oil temp
    - TWM short shifter with BLOX weighted shift knob
    - BC coilovers, 8k/6k springs
    - AXR clunk fix
    - Konig Countersteer wheels, 17x7 +40
    - Rebuilt head, installed at 125054 miles
    - Signature built block, installed at 125054 miles
    - 9:1 compression
    - Pauter rods
    - Wiseco pistons
    - Oil squirters deleted
    - ACL bearings (tolerances are dead center)
    - Standard balanced for stock flywheel
    - Reground crank
    - ARP hardware
    - Signature coated and bypassed oil pump
    - Peterson External oil PRV
    - Signature powder coated valve cover
    - CR3 valve cover dress up kit
    - AWR 70 duro motor mounts all around minus rear. Rear is a filled OEM mount
    - South Bend stage 2 clutch
    - Ceramic coated intake manifold, VTCS delete, port and polished
    - CX Racing FMIC (27" x 5.5" x 2.5") & piping
    - Generic oil catch can
    - MP3 seats from my old car
    - MP3 Nardi steering wheel from my old car
    - MP3 axle back from my old car

    Pending Install:
    - Steedspeed manifold
    - GT2860R
    - Mazda6 front brakes

    Wish-list:
    - All black Nardi Mazda steering wheel
    - Pope downpipe
    - Transmission upgrades/rebuild
    - Paint job

    Notes:
    - 130250: Oil change
    - 125054: Front sway bar bushings (OEM)
    - 125054: NGK Plugs, B&A coilpacks, NGK wires changed
    - 125054: Transmission fluid changed with GM Synchromesh
    - 125054: Timing belt, water pump, accessory belts (Gates)
    - 125054: Built block & rebuilt head goes on!
    - 115000: BC coilovers installed
    - 119000: Transmission fluid changed with GM Synchromesh
    - 111900: Alternator rebuilt by Browning's Alternator
    - 104000: Front brake pads (Wagner Thermoquiet) and rotors installed
    - 99000: Split Second AFC Installed
    - 99000: New Radiator (from n/a protege)
    - 92000: OEM Mazda front sway bar bushings installed
    - 76000: ATP wastegate actuator installed
    - 75000: OEM Mazda timing belt, water pump, accessory belts installed
    - 60000: Transmission fluid changed with Redline MT90

    Get:
    - Mazda6 front brake pads, hardware, and rotors
    - SS Brake hoses
    - ATP WGA with adjustable end
    - Hardware for turbo mani to turbo to s-pipe
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    Subbed for donut powered cars.

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    I heard using donuts for piston rings really ups the compression!
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    signature sound helped me with a windage tray. welded return fitting and refinished





    Quote Originally Posted by J_Naoto View Post
    i see a waste of good donuts.
    come eat them before i throw them out
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    Hahah man.

    sub

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    Looks dope!! Need to swap that oil cooler stud
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    Quote Originally Posted by hornsfan10609 View Post
    Looks dope!! Need to swap that oil cooler stud
    Thanks. What should I be swapping to? Only thing that comes to mind is the block doesn't have the MSP one.
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    Mmm donuts... sub

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    what kind of black coating is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 323 View Post
    Thanks. What should I be swapping to? Only thing that comes to mind is the block doesn't have the MSP one.
    The MSP has a longer stud for the oil cooler, just have to get another nut for it and make a jam nut to remove and install the longer stud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valk View Post
    what kind of black coating is that?
    Not sure specifically but engine builder loves to paint and coat things. I'd say some sort of high heat semi gloss black paint. Not a rattle can job

    Quote Originally Posted by hornsfan10609 View Post
    The MSP has a longer stud for the oil cooler, just have to get another nut for it and make a jam nut to remove and install the longer stud.
    Thanks. confirms my guess is correct!
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    made some progress today. installed the rear main seal retainer, rear main seal, oil pump, and windage tray.

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