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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby C-E-L-I-C-A » Wed Apr 20, 2011 4:58 am

tjdouble07 wrote:Image

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Bro, what is the wheel offset for your wheelset front & rear? They look great on your car! Really nice indeed!
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby toayoztan » Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:02 am

That lift is pretty nice...(note to self - when buying my first house, get a garage with high a ceiling).

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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby toayoztan » Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:02 am

^^

tjdouble07 wrote:+38 offset 18x9.5 with 1 inch wheel spacers in the back. Barely clear my coilovers.

And ill try to get some pics of the garage this weekend when I temporarily pull the dsm off the lift.
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby GT4times2 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:09 pm

tjdouble07 wrote:And just for you Frantz, here's a pic of my "shop" side of my garage. Kind of dirty (notice my friend's white DSM bumper on the ground in the background), but I've been busy with school and my friend's car and parts are still taking up space, among other things. I hope to get her cleaned up this weekend and I'll take a few more pics. What I forgot to include in the pic is my sink and air compressor... I'll also be doing up upgrades to the shop relatively soon to include a shop heater (already plumbed for 220 and natual gas) and a storage loft.

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Thank you Trevor. That thing looks sweet!!! Every carnut's dream. Bring em' on. (speaking of pics). Take a look at http://www.Garagejournal.com, for ideas if needed for your garage build. Great forum.
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby tjdouble07 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 1:18 pm

I'll have to check it out. Thanks. :)
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby celi_wabbit » Thu Apr 21, 2011 7:33 pm

tjdouble07 wrote:+38 offset 18x9.5 with 1 inch wheel spacers in the back. Barely clear my coilovers.

And ill try to get some pics of the garage this weekend when I temporarily pull the dsm off the lift.


Hey dude... I had 1/2 inch spacer on the back and a magan coilover, don't have a clearing issue on the wheels at all.
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby tjdouble07 » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:45 am

Just got done mounting my pair of Pro Series Bosch 044s in my tank. What a bitch that was... But the install turned out well I think. I plan on installing my new injectors tomorrow and should be retuning soon. If all goes well I might have to drive her around (and maybe to work) this coming week... :) .
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby gt4gordon » Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:31 pm

How did you mount the fuel pumps and pipe them both up? Any pictures? You know we all love pictures.
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby tjdouble07 » Sun Apr 24, 2011 6:12 pm

gt4gordon wrote:How did you mount the fuel pumps and pipe them both up? Any pictures? You know we all love pictures.


I have a video from inside the tank of me testing both of them, but for some reason every time I upload it the video goes upside-down... :shrug: I am putting my tank back on the car in just a little bit, but just for you I will pull the filler neck off again and take a pic inside. Trust me though, it was no simple task. A pain in the ass is more like it. I'll upload a pic or two in a bit.
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby gt4gordon » Sun Apr 24, 2011 6:30 pm

excellent thanks always wondered how people did it you still run the stock fuel lines?
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby sleeper » Sun Apr 24, 2011 6:51 pm

tjdouble07 wrote:
gt4gordon wrote:How did you mount the fuel pumps and pipe them both up? Any pictures? You know we all love pictures.


I have a video from inside the tank of me testing both of them, but for some reason every time I upload it the video goes upside-down... :shrug: I am putting my tank back on the car in just a little bit, but just for you I will pull the filler neck off again and take a pic inside. Trust me though, it was no simple task. A pain in the ass is more like it. I'll upload a pic or two in a bit.



We can just turn our monitor :D :D

Why did you go for this setup and not just run a large external pump?
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby tjdouble07 » Sun Apr 24, 2011 6:54 pm

gt4gordon wrote:excellent thanks always wondered how people did it you still run the stock fuel lines?


Here you go. two -8 AN's out of the pumps into a Y-fitting to a -10 AN for my supply. 5/16" stock supply as my return going to a -6 JIC (industrial AN equivalent) custom return on the tank.

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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby tjdouble07 » Sun Apr 24, 2011 7:05 pm

sleeper wrote:
We can just turn our monitor :D :D

Why did you go for this setup and not just run a large external pump?


OK then, here is the test video in all it's upside-down glory.

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I decided to go this route because I've had a big external pump and they are LOUD! My twin 044 setup is much quieter, comparable to my old twin walbros. So far I think I'm gonna like it... :smokes:
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby gt4gordon » Sun Apr 24, 2011 7:16 pm

that does look a bit of a pain to do. why not go for a larger external pump? i always thought about the aeromotive a1000 pump
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Re: My GT42R st185 project (Dyno results on pg 24!)

Postby sleeper » Sun Apr 24, 2011 7:20 pm

gt4gordon wrote:that does look a bit of a pain to do. why not go for a larger external pump? i always thought about the aeromotive a1000 pump



The A1000 pump would be to small for him, he would need a eliminator or simular...
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