Jump to content

finnas

Silver Donating Members
  • Content Count

    63
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

finnas last won the day on August 21 2019

finnas had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

27 Excellent

About finnas

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Sounds normal to me. 40psi @ 1500-2000 60-75psi higher in the revs
  2. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Garrett-GTX3576r/174103292833?hash=item28895d6ba1:g:S2EAAOSwa7RchynZ Cant believe this guys turbo still up on here. I bought his other one that is a GEN2 76. Highly recommend.
  3. You'll need to use the TCM from you're original box as they are paired with the ecu.
  4. I run autotechnica/intune piping on a process west stage 2. Never had a problem. Really up to you/ personal preference.
  5. Dont know why I've waited so long. omg. Motorplex Wednesday.
  6. I never undid any of my radiator to fit. I did have to trim out the corners of the metal front crash bar. Obviously cutting cut the plastic rad support in between the 2 mounting holes. I have the intune piping kit too, but no issues here getting it to all fit 🤷‍♂️
  7. Have never read so much truth in one post on this site 🤣
  8. jet does a massive 39mm port. To do this im pretty sure you have to do some extra work to get it to set properly as the original seat will be completely gone. So if someone is thinking that big definitely pay a pro such as JET. 35mm is achievable by the well equipped DIY'er with a good eye and a steady hand and a 37mm ebay flapper. You can port and leave 1 mm of the original seat and not have to clearance the side of the housing/make a flush seat etc. Having said this, a 39mm port will flow 20% more than a 35mm port, and anyone that has ever tuned these things know the internal gate is a pain in the ass with gear changes. Bigger port better boost control and faster gear changes as the torque requestors are a lot happier. If anyone is doing this and reading this... make sure you open up the throat on the short side radius too. Think of it like head porting but you always have fast air coming in. just my 2c
  9. As soon as you've either replaced the stock air box or cut it open at the bottom you're gonna get so much more induction noise. If you've already done that then turbo-side is the next logical step for actual performance gains but yeh soooo much more induction noise without the muffler and and the stock air box. It's a trade off. Personal preference with how much 'noise' you want and if you wanna get that last 15-20hp out of ya setup.
  10. Seconded. Hit them up on fordforums. Gave me a super deal on brembo 6 pots for the front. Delivery was 4 days to perth.
  11. finnas

    Rattle noise

    If it doesn't increase or decrease with revs then hopefully its not rotating assembly. Loose header bolts, maybe? They will rattle the manifold at cold start coz of negative timing and disappear up in the revs. Harmonics etc. worth a look.
  12. Never a truer word spoken
  13. Stock, believe it or not. Sits really well.
×
×
  • Create New...