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Old March 11th 2017, 19:04
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It runs now with proper sound ;-)

https://youtu.be/ZrS7QzO2DT8
Nice, very nice. Looks good to
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Old December 5th 2017, 08:55
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In the meantime...

I had it on the dyno



https://youtu.be/G1FPuZj_lwk

Pretty decent result, although I had hoped for even a little better.


Atm, the topside (intake, exhaust) has been removed in order to upgrade the clutch and to make the turbo primary twin-scroll header. Turbo has found its place as well:





So far for now.
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Old December 5th 2017, 13:16
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Great to see it back on the road Wally
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Old December 5th 2017, 15:59
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Hey Walter, how much boost? What are the graph in good old American horsepower. I see that you have utilized your inside parcel tray, now you got some more room right on. Double disc four puk question why not the 8 puk? Will the engagement be more harsh for the street. Is your build transforming more toward pure track and race? That flywheel/clutch looks like it means business. Right on, looks NICE WALTERhttp://s86.photobucket.com/user/effv...l?sort=3&o=112

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Old December 5th 2017, 17:47
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What are the graph in good old American horsepower.
2000 US horsepower
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Old December 5th 2017, 18:53
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Cool

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Old December 19th 2017, 17:32
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IIRC, 4-puck is all Tilton sells these days. The former shape of full disk which had 6 divided parts on the disk, just isn;t available anymore.. The centers are stronger too btw, with 8 instead of 6 bolts iirc, so more little changes have been done to the design at Tilton.
I'll just trust them to know what they are doing

Just reinstalled the Cup brace and for the first time, the scatter shield I had made a while ago already (needed for certain tracks here):

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Old December 24th 2017, 15:32
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Building the header over the holidays

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Old December 24th 2017, 15:45
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Very nice Walter.
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Old December 27th 2017, 02:09
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Mythbuster: continuing project thread of my 1303 '75

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Old December 28th 2017, 01:51
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Wally, any other pics of the new transmission mount? It's my next project on my build, after I get caught up around the house.
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Old December 28th 2017, 02:08
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Walter, what size are your header tubes.
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Old January 4th 2018, 05:41
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Francelle: they are 39mm inner diameter and 42mm outer diameter (1,5mm wall stainless 304).
Still on the large side for the engine size and anticipated power levels, but its what I could get the parts for most easily and the same size as the former 2,2 engine had.

I'll try and look up some other pics of the tranny mount and combined scatter shield. Its basically the steel upgrade engine lower mount from Gerd Weiser (GWD.de ,others sell it too), where I have flexed off the flat part and substituted it with 10cm wide and 6mm thick plate to serve as a scatter shield. Its protocol here to enter dragraces if you drive under 11.99 iirc...
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Intake building this WE:

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Can’t wait for the new numbers!

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