Nice car Those wheels are perfect!Looking great!
Honestly, install as much on the engine as you can before installing it. Turbo, intake manifold, wiring harness... Especially intake side, because its much more difficult to plumb the wiring harness, vacuum lines, vsv etc. with the engine in the car
if stock you will be fine. on aftermarket turbo exhaust manifold is where clearance is an issue.
No. The t-stat is on the remote filter and branches off to the oil cooler.if stock you will be fine. on aftermarket turbo exhaust manifold is where clearance is an issue.
Are you sandwiching a t-stat between block and filter adapter?
He's a welder, a tool man of sorts but not "the" tool man. I worried, briefly, about that kink, and I wasn't thrilled with the outcome. I've got spare AN- fittings now, so, yeah, I should do that and maybe change the angle a bit. Thanks. I needed to hear that.This is not Tim Allen like on the TV show home improvement right?
Also you might want to shorten your Turbo drain hose just a hair so it is straight down.
That slight hump may cause you some drainage issues.
My old setup looked very very similar to that, and I blew some oil out the exhaust side of my turbo way back.
Since I shortened it I've had no issues.
Yeah, they're all pretty long. the 45 degree is even worse. I was told that I will have to use 90 degrees on the lines there, in order to clear the turbo and the p/steering pump. That and my AC compressor are still in the car. The compressor charged with R-134 refrigerant... for over ten years. I'm going to pull the p/s pump off the car and attach to the engine. Will debate on the AC. It got a new receiver-drier and something else at the time... and AC is the least of my worriesLooks like as good as you can get it with the length of that AN fitting.
Torin "Big Red" 6-ton. They're not at the top, but it was sketchy getting it up there. Got these after the Harbor Freight recalls where I returned eight stands. These have a steel pin that goes through the head, so not just relying on the rachet. .are those 3 tons jacks? that looks like some good height there.
Any confusion in my mind is due to not running the ct26. Let me absorb this at the garage as it sounds like I’ve got something wrong.
Above the engine number, to the right of the oil supply hole, a 1/8 cone hole for the oil pressure sensor for the instrument panel. The blind hole (?) Is just an 8mm thread.