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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby MWP » Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:13 am

alltrac101 wrote:Latest view, wire & ps hose tucked many years ago & new electric ps....edfc servos off in this shot


More detailed photos please :)
I need to setup my coolant header tank and bleed lines this week, so would like to see some details of what youve done.

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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby alltrac101 » Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:54 pm

Its hard to show pics since its tucked...I did some progress pics, but they're on my other computer
here is the high pressure line & return....into bulkhead fittings just under the vacuum manifold
The pump is just in front of the front right tire behind the liner
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby MWP » Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:02 am

Thats for your power steering?

I meant your coolant header tank setup :)
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby CMS-GT4 » Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:46 pm

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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby CSAlltrac » Thu Sep 26, 2013 12:41 am

Few new pictures with good lighting.
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby sheikhas » Thu Sep 26, 2013 10:58 am

˄˄˄ nice, but with turbo clocking would be much nicer :)

CMS-GT4 wrote:I dig that air filter panel you made sheikhas.

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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby CSAlltrac » Thu Sep 26, 2013 1:24 pm

Once I get a 20B in there Ill clock it and redo my piping.
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby alltrac101 » Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:34 pm

MWP wrote:Thats for your power steering?

I meant your coolant header tank setup :)

The silver AN fitting with black hose is a 2500psi hydraulic fitting/hose for the high press. side & just below it is the return....both goes thru bulkhead fittings to the electric ps pump tucked up where the windshield washer reservoir used to be.

The coolant tank between the head & rad used to be my reservoir, I turned it into kinda a large swirl pot, this & the rad have bleeder hoses at the highest point that goes to the new reservoir on the left (which is the highest of the system) where there is a -8AN feed to the back of the water pump. The Sp also has a -10AN to feed the other water pump bypass. This setup works great at elevated rpm for sustained time, the pump will never see air...the last test was on the dyno with just a large fan, 90+F day, multiple high boost pulls, water temps never exceeded 200F, where as before we would be 230F & we would have to shut down & wait...The system holds a little over 2 gal. I also had to put a stock 180 deg stat for the car to warm up quicker
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby MWP » Tue Oct 08, 2013 4:55 am

Ok, all makes sense :)
Thanks for the explanation.

Im going to setup a coolant tank next to the suspension tower that will have two bleed lines from the radiator, one from the turbo and one from the head coolant neck.
Itll then feed back in on the thermostat neck.
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby gt4tified » Mon Jan 06, 2014 3:54 pm

alltrac101 wrote:
MWP wrote:Thats for your power steering?

I meant your coolant header tank setup :)

The silver AN fitting with black hose is a 2500psi hydraulic fitting/hose for the high press. side & just below it is the return....both goes thru bulkhead fittings to the electric ps pump tucked up where the windshield washer reservoir used to be.

The coolant tank between the head & rad used to be my reservoir, I turned it into kinda a large swirl pot, this & the rad have bleeder hoses at the highest point that goes to the new reservoir on the left (which is the highest of the system) where there is a -8AN feed to the back of the water pump. The Sp also has a -10AN to feed the other water pump bypass. This setup works great at elevated rpm for sustained time, the pump will never see air...the last test was on the dyno with just a large fan, 90+F day, multiple high boost pulls, water temps never exceeded 200F, where as before we would be 230F & we would have to shut down & wait...The system holds a little over 2 gal. I also had to put a stock 180 deg stat for the car to warm up quicker


OMG, Pat'e engine is making so much power that his turbine generates its own electricity, thus no need for an alternator! :shock:
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby gt4tified » Tue Jan 14, 2014 6:45 am

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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby brutekiller787 » Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:43 pm

gt4tified wrote:
alltrac101 wrote:
MWP wrote:Thats for your power steering?

I meant your coolant header tank setup :)

The silver AN fitting with black hose is a 2500psi hydraulic fitting/hose for the high press. side & just below it is the return....both goes thru bulkhead fittings to the electric ps pump tucked up where the windshield washer reservoir used to be.

The coolant tank between the head & rad used to be my reservoir, I turned it into kinda a large swirl pot, this & the rad have bleeder hoses at the highest point that goes to the new reservoir on the left (which is the highest of the system) where there is a -8AN feed to the back of the water pump. The Sp also has a -10AN to feed the other water pump bypass. This setup works great at elevated rpm for sustained time, the pump will never see air...the last test was on the dyno with just a large fan, 90+F day, multiple high boost pulls, water temps never exceeded 200F, where as before we would be 230F & we would have to shut down & wait...The system holds a little over 2 gal. I also had to put a stock 180 deg stat for the car to warm up quicker


OMG, Pat'e engine is making so much power that his turbine generates its own electricity, thus no need for an alternator! :shock:


Its probably back where the power steering pump used to be. I was going to do that setup but couldn't find a decent alternator for cheap
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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby 94 MR2 Turbo » Sun May 04, 2014 5:44 pm

My engine bay is not clean as some people's but it does need some work.

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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby SkagTits165 » Thu Aug 06, 2015 4:39 am

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Re: Whats your engine bay look like?

Postby Overtriped » Thu Aug 06, 2015 2:34 pm

I've done a couple things like add PS cooler since then but this is pretty close to the current. 3 row alloy rad going in soon. Photobucket always cuts my photos short.. :(
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