New rebuilt turbo from Turbos Unleashed, lightened turbine wheels for faster spool up.
Custom gauge mount panel, moved gauges since then. Made panel from a c... Show morehrysler radio installation kit and a piece of sheet lexan plastic. Painting it from the back give a great finish.
Quick shot of the gauges and interior.
Garage pic, these are the wheels that came on it when i got it, i think they are from a Lancer buy i not sure. I broke the front air dam on some snow this month looking for another one.
Pic of the interior with the new gauge mounting and pillar pod, center console gauge panel was made the same way with the lexan plastic.
Messy 1985 engine bay, got a FWD performance vacuum manifold waiting to clean it up a bit.
Shot of the MDS and Magnacore ignition wires, and yes that is a piece of PVC pipe connecting the radiator hose. Had to relocate the radiator about 3" over to accomodate the inter cooler charge pipe. There actually wasnt alot involved in moving the radiator, i set securely on the lower core suppose and just had to redrill hold for the upper mounts, and trim a but off of the lower radiator hose. Left about 1/2" of clearance for the alternator.
Turbonetics intercooler. Bought the whole setup from ebay for $175 shipped. Intercooler, t-bolt clamps, reinforced couplers, and Turbo-XS BOV. Thanks eBay guy!
New bracket, and parking brake shoes installed and ready for a rotor. Everything bolted right on, had to modify the parking brake cable slightly. The tangs that pop out once you shove the cable in had to be trimmed back about 1/8".
"New" master cylinder. Ya think i got the right one? :) All the donor parts are from an 89 Hardtop turbo Lebaron.
Old and new park brake shoes. The lining literally fell off when the old rotor was removed. New shoes where hard to locate. And were $38, only found them at Napa, actually the only place that even had a listing.
Finished product on the rear. A nice coat of red wrinkle paint for the racecar look :). Show Less