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Old 07-19-2008, 09:28 AM   #101
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Default Deadbolt ZILLA TD06H-20G Ordered!!!

So Friday I finalized my order with Jerry at Deadbolt Enterprises http://www.boostplanet.com on my new ZILLA TD06H-20G. I decided to go this way instead of sending my Deadbolt 16G back to be massaged into this turbo. Downtime, shipping and scheduling of the build was just going to get in the way.

So I'll end up selling my 16G and Sti Pinks as a package once the new stuff is on.

After talking to a bunch of turbo places everyone said that the TD06-20G will be the best turbo for my setup if I am planning on running pump gas. All the other turbos that I was looking at really bring extra gain when running meth or race gas. Everyone said it isn't worth the extra cost if I wouldn't be running these. So I am quite happy with my decision.

Turbo should be shipped out 2nd day air next week. Here is what you get with Deadbolt's Water/Oil cooled ZILLA TD06H-20G:
- Black Xtreme(TM) coating-turbine housing
- Grey Ceramic coating-compressor housing
- Monster Port(TM)
- Metal coolant supply lines
- Coolant supply banjo bolts
- Coolant supply banjo seals
- Oil return line with new gasket and bolts
- Stainless steel downpipe studs

And.. FREE REBUILDS FOR LIFE

Stay tuned... as soon as this guy arrives there will be lots of pictures... So far the plan is that the car will undergo its build in 2 weeks.. pending shop availablily

Plus... as a sneak peak.. there are current plans for JUN style hood modifications... both the vent at the front and the raised vent at the rear Just working through the plans for this now.


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Old 07-22-2008, 06:58 PM   #102
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Default Shop time Scheduled!!!

Woo hoo.. starting to become a reality. The car is scheduled to go under the knife at Fourstar Motorsports on Aug 5th. Should have the car back in a couple of days after. Frank will be performing the surgery

Timing should allow for the 20G and Fuel rails to arrive by then... starting to get excited

Also the car will be heading to Budd's Subaru in Oakville on Friday for its alignment, camber bolt and front O2 sensor fix...
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Old 07-23-2008, 12:02 AM   #103
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so nice
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Old 07-23-2008, 03:10 AM   #104
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Eyelids = Aesthetic Fail

Everything else is golden though
gonna have to agree . . . no need for them. you worked so hard on those lights and you cover them up?
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Old 07-23-2008, 06:34 AM   #105
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gonna have to agree . . . no need for them. you worked so hard on those lights and you cover them up?
eylids were on there to help support a local vendor for the show (VK Innovation & Design)... they are no longer on the car.

They are some very nice pieces but just didn't fit the theme of my car. The quality of thier work, especially their CF hoods, are second to none. When you look at their hoods up close they are much better than Seibon and give Monster a run for their money.

I'll be talking to Vince this weekend about a little headlight project that he might be able to help me out with
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Old 07-23-2008, 09:17 AM   #106
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I am so excited about this man. Can't wait to see pics of the turbo and the rest of your car!
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Old 07-23-2008, 12:27 PM   #107
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.. starting to get excited
You are just starting? i hope you have been excied the whole time.
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Old 07-23-2008, 12:43 PM   #108
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eylids were on there to help support a local vendor for the show (VK Innovation & Design)... they are no longer on the car.

They are some very nice pieces but just didn't fit the theme of my car. The quality of thier work, especially their CF hoods, are second to none. When you look at their hoods up close they are much better than Seibon and give Monster a run for their money.

I'll be talking to Vince this weekend about a little headlight project that he might be able to help me out with

ah thank heavens. sorry i lost faith for a sec
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Old 07-30-2008, 04:30 PM   #109
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Default Hello Deadbolt ZILLA TD06-20G

And the DHL delivery lady is my best friend today. Talk about service! Jerry at Deadbolt was having some problems with UPS so he arranged a next day delivery via DHL to make sure my turbo was here in time for my build on Tuesday of next week.

Thanks a MILLION Jerry for going over and above expectations to make a customer happy

Now for the photos... I'm digging the porting and black extreme coating on this bad boy

I took some pictures with a flash and others without so you can see the porting work. Since it is all black coated it is a bit hard to see without the flash.













Now there are just a couple last pieces of the puzzle.. I'll be picking up the Group-A parts tomorrow night (Photo's will follow).

The Agency Power Fuel rails went out to be Annodized Blue last week so hopefully they are here by EOD Friday

Oh and here is a nice goofy pic of me winning best of show this last weekend at Budd's Subaru show & shine where proceeds were going to the Canadian Breast Cancer Assoication. The only reason I had a chance of winning is that Arthur wasn't there with his Trial widebody GC

Great turnout.. there had to be 150 cars there, good times and great people.
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Old 07-30-2008, 04:42 PM   #110
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^ more pics of the girls please!!!
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Old 08-04-2008, 08:01 AM   #111
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I was able to drop by and see Derek and picked up my Group-A goodness. So I've got the majority of the things I need to be able to go and get the work done on Tues-Wed of next week.

The one last thing that I am missing are the fuel rails.. it is taking some time to get the rails from Agency Power.. they went out for anodizing last week and are still on their way. So we will be going ahead with the build on Tuesday with the stock rails for now. Once the new ones come in we'll pop them on there.

I've seen the pictures on the Group-A website and looked at the plain and straight forward packaging for their products but man was I surprised when I opened up the boxes and started looking at their stuff. Holy crap this is nice stuff. You can really tell they put a lot of time and effort in their work. Hopefully the quality of the finish and the overall impression comes across with some of my photos because these things almost look too good to put on the car. Not trying to do a sales pitch here, but I was genuinely impressed with these parts. I've seen some of the other stuff out there and a lot of it basically looks like a hunk of aluminum with some bushings on them.

Pulleys: When we looked at my car, my power steering pulley is a pressed on style so we are just leaving that one on there, but I did pick up the Alternator and Crank Pulley




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Short I end link




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I'm hoping the weather is good for the Tuesday because I want to do the engine bay clean-up when the engine is out of there. I'll try and take as many pictures as I can during this process as well.
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Old 08-04-2008, 06:43 PM   #112
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I now finally have the car prepped to go into the shop tomorrow.. I took the side skirts off so that it would be easier to get the front fenders off. Also while I had them off I gave them a good sanding and re-sprayed them so they are looking as good as new.

I also picked up some generic mud flaps for the front that I will be cutting to fit to protect those newly painted side skirts.

Hopefully the weather holds out tomorrow for some of the outdoors projects.
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Old 08-05-2008, 11:31 AM   #113
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******* UPDATE *************

The car is dropped of at fourstar this morning. Looks like thunderstorms this afternoon so I won't be cleaning up the engine bay today. Also since we are going to pull the heads, they are being sent off to be cleaned up and machined flat to fit back on nice and snug. Figrued while they are off I'll get a valve job done on them to get them as good as new.

I'll be back over at the shop tomorrow afternoon to do the engine bay cleanup.
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Old 08-05-2008, 12:41 PM   #114
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Old 08-05-2008, 02:05 PM   #115
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Old 08-05-2008, 02:07 PM   #116
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subscribed as well... another interesting bulid
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Old 08-06-2008, 09:45 PM   #117
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******** UPDATE ***********

Well not as successful as I had hoped... I got into the engine bay and started cleaning things up.. an hour and a half into it, I realized that if I wanted to do a good job of it, it would take me a good 8 hours...

I didn't want to half a$$ it so I figured the existing blue was better than a crappy gloss black... so I popped the fenders and bumper back on and I will deal with that when I have more time and money to do it right.
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Old 08-06-2008, 09:59 PM   #118
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if you're going for the JUN look for the hood check this also...



These vents were later added by JUN... I believe Chargespeed sells them. To me it completes the look
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Old 08-07-2008, 08:37 AM   #119
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Yeah, it looks like they put a couple of NACA ducts on there... the reason why the WRC vent is raised, is because it will then cause a vacuum to pull the hot air out of the engine bay.

Without the raised edge, the opening will just let radiant heat out when sitting still. Those NACA ducts will force fresh air into the engine bay.

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Old 08-07-2008, 08:10 PM   #120
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***** UPDATE ********

Played around with some more stuff that may find its way onto the vehicle.. These are some canards that would be going on the rear bumper right behind the wheels. They were originally gloss black with an Aerospeed logo on them, so I sanded them down and hit them up with some matt black and then finished them off with a light grey subaru sticker





I also picked up my 1/8 inch plastic for some under the hood applications. Picked up a 4x8 sheet and had them cut it into 24"x48" sheets. This stuff willl also likely be used for the case I am making for my carputer. Hopefully I'll get some time this weekend to start making some templates for my under the hood stuff.
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Old 08-07-2008, 08:14 PM   #121
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You are.... t3h man!
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Old 08-07-2008, 09:05 PM   #122
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Gotta love bug-eyes.. that's.. unF unF unF!
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Old 08-09-2008, 01:35 PM   #123
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****** UPDATE *********

Didn't pick up the car on Friday... The heads got back from the Machine shop in the middle of Friday afternoon. So the engine was just being put back together then. Threw in some ARP head studs while we were at it.

Hopeful for a pickup end of day Monday.
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Old 08-09-2008, 02:41 PM   #124
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Looks like a great build, great choice in parts and clean car. You have taste my friend.
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Old 08-09-2008, 03:41 PM   #125
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***** UPDATE ********

Played around with some more stuff that may find its way onto the vehicle.. These are some canards that would be going on the rear bumper right behind the wheels. They were originally gloss black with an Aerospeed logo on them, so I sanded them down and hit them up with some matt black and then finished them off with a light grey subaru sticker




thats hot
nothing like aggressive aero (non-rice aero, that is)
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