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Updated on May 05, 2012
I really want to play Crysis but EA gave me a big FAIL on my 5 year old PC, so I have to do something else with my time.
So far this project has been on hold for over a year and half now. Health problems and other issues have put me behind schedule but I am slowly making progress. Hopefully I can finish what I started and have it at least driveable by the summer of('08). I knew this would be a pretty big project for me since I haven't done anything to the motor other than the basics. So after researching and gathering info for close to a year I decided small custom setup would be good for me to start off with.
Buying a pre made turbo kit would have been by far the easiest method for a person with no experience. But I've rarely done things the easy way and would rather have the experience that comes along with doing things yourself.
Here is what I'm starting with: A 91' Teg with a B16 and a gutted interior. No Power options and Power steering and most A/C components removed. Primed black with steelies. I'm staying OBD0 and running a PW0 ECU, so my tuning options are very limited.
It's an absolute mess under the hood..makes me cringe when I see it, but we all have to start from somewhere...right?
The suspension is a basic sleeve over using Ground Control coilovers on top of Tokico blues.
I found a set of blue tops, so I grabbed those to take care of the fuel.
Before I could drop those in I had to pull the stock injectors and switch them out.
If you ever do this make sure you release the pressure from the fuel line first before you do any type of work to the fuel system. Loosen the nut shown in the pic and it will release the pressure, some gas might spray so use a rag and put it on top while you loosen the nut.
Then dropped the 450s in. I'll go back in a put in fresh o rings but the old ones are working fine for now.
Until I get everything in, I was using my VAFC (pic)to tune down the blue tops, because at that time I was still driving around a little bit.
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nice ride, 5 stars! come check out my ride
Real good work, man. Excellent page, by the way. That video is nuts! About to do some more mods on my 'Teg, so I hope to have some new pix on my page.
i finally found that white wall cleaner that u told me about and yeah it did work for me my tail lights look alot cleaner with that pinkish color gone and it really helps out that my car is white well thanks bro hopefully soon ill have some pix posted thanks again
yeah im gonna get her back out there..i cant let the cleanest DA in minnesota go down like that
hey bro i went to the stores around here and none of them carried any of the white wall cleaner u had used do u think or know of anything else that might work. sorry for being such a pest but i really light the way those lights turned out wel hit me up thanks
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