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Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Mon May 01, 2017 7:51 pm

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The 215 engine with almost everything 205 slapped on it.
Water neck, wta system, resin impeller water pump, exhaust manifold, ct20xb turbo, St185 modified downpipe, a/c pump, pws pump. Plus a 2zz throttle body

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Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Mon May 01, 2017 10:07 pm

Dang that looks clean!

Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Tue May 02, 2017 1:54 am

Tell me more about the 2zz throttle body. I know they share the same tps. How does the idle air control work. Plug and play?


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Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Tue May 02, 2017 7:22 am

It requires some fitness and hole filling.
But the tps and iacv are the same plugs.
You don't have to, but should work the manifold to fit the new size to take advantage of it.
Its an internal idle system so it's quieter on cold starts

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Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Tue May 02, 2017 1:37 pm

Damn, that engine bay looks great! Is that an egt sensor coming from your heat shield?
Does the car feel better running the st205 parts on the st215 motor?

Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Tue May 02, 2017 2:22 pm

Thanks for the info, ill prolly end up doing that.


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Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Thu May 18, 2017 4:25 pm

Dan McBoost wrote:Looking awesome man.

I would love to know more about the side skirts.

A jdm variant of the St 202

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Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Thu May 18, 2017 4:33 pm

Oh, for a quick update.
It ran for a few days on the new setup. Worked really well at 15psi.
Next day no start, likely electrical issues.
Couldn't get it to start again and stay running, just sounded like a misfire in the intake plenum.
2 days later I set it on fire for about 90 seconds and spend 5 weeks recovering the damages and also doing a front timing/seal job on it.
I go to test compression and I've got 130 on 1,2,4 but cylinder 3 is 0. I put 2 tsb of oil in. Nada.
But the oil doesn't go away, it's still in it Lmao. So the rings are good.
Perhaps weld slag from the the modified 205 core got in and ruined the valve seats. At this point I haven't removed the head so I don't have conclusions atm.
Luckily I have an entire engine worth of parts to go ahead and start on a forged build.
I'll post pics and the damages of the fire along with the entire 5 weeks of crazy repairs

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Re: Project-Heartbreaker 215/205 mash up

Sat May 20, 2017 3:31 pm

What do you think caused the fire? That's pretty shitty news to hear! In for pics of the damage.
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