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  • Pootis
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    Sounds good!

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  • Nick_08
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  • Nick_08
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    Originally posted by JCarp90 View Post
    boi oi oi oi oi oing
    This ^...

    I ordered the flex sensor and harness yesterday...next spring will be e85 and a dyno tune. I have z4 hubs and adapters on the way, converting to rear 5 lug to keep my 16x8 style 5's and go with a much larger tire (currently 205/45) going to a 245/50.

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  • JCarp90
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    boi oi oi oi oi oing

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  • Nick_08
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    Haha thought it would be a good place for this...apparently not. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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  • zwill23
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    God damn, godzilla is lurking in the FI forum...

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  • Nick_08
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    Originally posted by Pootis View Post
    Engine bay looks really clean. Man you used every little space you could. I like how you tucked the bov where you did.
    Seriously I really did use like every space possible. It’s 100lbs of shit in a 1lb bag. I don’t know where I am going to put the oil filter relocation. Probably under the steering column....I like the way it turned out though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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  • Pootis
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    Engine bay looks really clean. Man you used every little space you could. I like how you tucked the bov where you did.

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  • Nick_08
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    Basically wrapped up the engine bay today. I have to figure out where I'm going to mount the remote oil filter. Bleed the brakes and clutch. Exhaust is "temporary", I intent to install an electric cutout for the side exit and run a bmw aftermarket cat back exhaust/muffler. We'll see....its all 3.5" round/oval.

    I do need someone's help or ideas, I forgot to check clearance for the headlight and the turbocharger intake tube. The headlight (euro smiley) will fit without the cap in place. Is there anyone who has needed to modify the cap or came up with an idea to gain clearance?







    IT CLEARS!!!








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  • Nick_08
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    Originally posted by tyeler18 View Post
    I didn't even know this was in here since I rarely go to the FI sub section. V8 and project forum are the main ones I look at.

    Looks awesome though, the huron speed log manifold I have on my montero I test fit to the e30 and it actually fit perfect. I just didn't want to cram that down pipe in on the passenger side, looks like you made due with the space though. THis will rip
    Yeah hidden deep in here is this build thread. I messaged a moderator quite awhile ago and no response. Man I miss the tech... That huron mangold looks prime but the rear crossover wouldn't work.


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  • Pootis
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    Nick I reached out to the moderator "agent" and he moved my thread

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  • tyeler18
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    I didn't even know this was in here since I rarely go to the FI sub section. V8 and project forum are the main ones I look at.

    Looks awesome though, the huron speed log manifold I have on my montero I test fit to the e30 and it actually fit perfect. I just didn't want to cram that down pipe in on the passenger side, looks like you made due with the space though. THis will rip

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  • Pootis
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    I think it might be the forum man. I hardly get any responses on mine either

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  • Nick_08
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    Thread is dead, moderators won't move it. I'll just post a picture...lots of details...


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  • Nick_08
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    (NO 256K) Still working on random parts of the car.

    1. Added a proper metro-pack connector for the fan and added the wiring for the pump.

    2. Added a bleeder to the intercooler and heat exchanger.

    3. Installed the reservoir in the trunk and yes I did leave that length of clear hose hanging like that....just to bug your OCD. Got one of them hose cutter tools, so nice...

    4. Finally got the last fitting in today for the fuel system. Finalized the fuel hoses in the engine bay area. Mounted the fuel filter.

    5. Turbo drain mocked up. Need to pull the oil pan to have the -10 male fitting welded in place. You can see the drain tube will also have a -10 fitting welded in place. I plan to use a coupler to attach.

    6. Took a picture of the coil relocation and LT1 boots I got to route the wires away from the exhaust. As long as they don't touch the exhaust they should be good to go. I have some fiberglass sleeve I'll use over the wires as well.

    7. Made a new ground cable for the battery. Still need to make a new engine ground.

    8. Hard line to AN fitting adapters installed.

    9. Finished up the fuel system.

    10. New fuel pump wiring (10 AWG TXL), I know the splice is weird but I wanted extra there in case I ditch the factory pump/hanger.

    11. Final install on the water pump.

    12. Not shown, I ran a 1 AWG ground cable from the battery to the engine compartment. This is to ground the engine block. Also ran the power wire for the terminator x (must be installed direct to the battery).


























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