I have about 75% of the parts now...but i need to wait for a few things. I had to order a Turbo rebuild Kit because one of the Turbos I bought ended up being complete JUNK. But things r coming along nicely....really just need intercooler and downpipe then Im set.
1992 Sandstone VR4. 10:1, Bolt-ons, 14psi, 9B/13G
1987 Chrysler Conquest TSI N/A 6G72
OBX long tube headers, Flow master single 3" in with dual 2.5 outs. VR4 runners with 2 liter plenum, port matched lower intake, stage 3 or better race preped heads with 1 mm oversize Rev valves, Rev race dual springs and Rev keepers, Delta/HKS 272 cams, 3SX adjustable cam gears, 3.0 Cobra Mustang Throttle body, 3.0 LT1 maft and Maftranslater gen II, Alum. Flywheel, Spec stage 5 clutch, VR4 injectors, Wizard wires, Unorthadox under drive. IPS fuel rails w/adj FPR, Fuel loop, Walboro 255 hot wired, Hot wired single fan. Short shifter, Battery relocate. EBC front slotted rotors, EBC Yellow stuff Pads, 3SX SST brake lines, sway bars, springs.
No IAC, NO AC, NO extra weight, VR4 ECU as of NG2011. Still 10 to 1 slugs, Nitto NT05 Comptition Road Course Racing tires. Magan coil overs, 3sx adjustable rear links.
1st place fastest NA - TXG 2012. 1ST place highest hp NA-240 FWHP TXG-2012. 1st place fastest NA - Drag - TXG 11 98mph, 1st place quickest NA - drags 14.773, 1st place Dyno - TXG11 229 FWHP & 236 tq, 2ND place Auto cross NA C/S- NG2011, 1ST place NA dyno - TX gathering 2010 - 229 FWHP & 199 tq, 1st place Fastest NA - TXG 2010 - 98.3 trap, 1st Place quickest NA - TXG 2010 - 14.680, 2ND place 1/4 at NG10, best NA time NG10 - 14.932- no traction, 2ND place 1/4 at NG09,
2ND place Autocross NG09
Not giving up. Dont have budget for a 350whp N/A lol, plus i love boost. I am going to try some different things then what most people do. Im confident they will work. You guys will see what i meam soon, ive been working like crazy and parts r still coming
Ill be honest tho, that intake is a little too ghetto for me... The pvc pipe and dryer vent plumbing no thanks. At least shop ebay for some nice couplers and clamps. Have a muffler shop weld you together a nice intake pipe if ur not a welder urself. I plan to make all of my FMIC piping and use as few couplers as I can.
Funny. A mufler shop??? Tat steel pipe would be ghetto, LOL. This is the end result LOL. Come on Warzone. Some of the pics I post are simply R&D and not for show. But here is the end result.Tell me this looks Ghetto.
Still missing a hose clamp in this pic. The other flex sections will be in hard pipe later. I still have to fit the other Ram air and Y pipe before finalizing that stuff.
You are funny. Like I said, those will be replace in time with hard pipe. Not interested in a 76 seemed welded pipe look. So the fit must correct 1st time out. THat's the reason for flex pipe. Although yours looks hot for sure. Way to many welds for me.
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