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Old 06-03-2012, 04:25 PM   #151
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i really hope it does. thanks for your compliments. i dont like to skimp.... even though this is a budget build it will go to show what it costs to build a car the correct way even when on a budget. will have more coming this week.
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Old 06-27-2012, 12:37 PM   #152
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Updates?
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Old 06-27-2012, 01:20 PM   #153
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Old 06-28-2012, 06:49 PM   #154
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hey sorry for slacking. im working for a friends altered fuel team right now so the cars been post poned since we had to get it ready for the weekend.... will have updates next week sometime.
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Old 06-28-2012, 06:51 PM   #155
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got this frozen boost intercooler on the cheap....... its a pile of crap but you get what you pay for.


this is the engine bay all blasted.... i didnt get crazy. i didnt blast a lot of the caulking off and i also didnt blast the whole bay. just where it needed it and there was rust.




also i finished gutting the dash stuff and harness.
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Old 06-30-2012, 10:56 PM   #156
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What wrong with inter cooler?
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Old 07-03-2012, 10:26 PM   #157
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Just poorly made but what could you expect for 149.99 new? The weld through inside was ground like crap, the welds are mediocre and the joints made before welding are crappy. I paid 100 bucks shipped for it from someone who didnt use it. So i mean i got what i paid for. It will work
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Old 07-03-2012, 11:46 PM   #158
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I may have missed it, what m90 is that? How long is it overall?
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:06 AM   #159
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do not know the measurements off hand. blowers on my box at work so i wouldnt be able to measure it till thursday because im off today...

its a eaton m90 from a jaguar.
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Old 07-04-2012, 01:50 PM   #160
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will you be re-wiring or using the existing harness and adapting to your EMS? What are your plans for wire routing and/or concealment?
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Old 07-04-2012, 03:24 PM   #161
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Ok thanks, that's gotta be the shortest m90 snout I've ever seen!
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:47 AM   #162
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its without a doubt the shortest one ever.... even shorter then gms version that they used on the bonneville ssei. it took A LOT of digging, searching and waiting to come across this one. its special aswell because it came on one year jaguar. it has the integrated bpv which was standard but what makes it special is there is no egr provision like the other models. also it came with teflon coated rotors which were original. i also managed to find it with the inlet and outlet. couldnt beat that.
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Old 07-05-2012, 01:47 PM   #163
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DUDE! How the heck did you get the carpet looking that clean? Spill the details please.
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Old 07-05-2012, 03:32 PM   #164
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A lot of hard work. I can write it up later when im not at work. Im still not happy with it so im going to give it ago again when the cars almost ready.
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Old 07-05-2012, 03:38 PM   #165
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A lot of hard work. I can write it up later when im not at work. Im still not happy with it so im going to give it ago again when the cars almost ready.
Sounds good!
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Old 07-05-2012, 07:06 PM   #166
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well theres the easy and cheap way to do it.... thats all i did.... im a veterened detailer and ive had a lot of experiance with various products and such. i know what will and wont work. one thing i do try to do though is make the cheaper products work so that guys who cant afford or dont have means/hows to buy the professional stuff can do the same thing at home. now because this is a budget build without hacking things i did the carpet cleaning the budget way..

tools/supplies needed

pressure washer or hose
bissel pro spot(i have the auto version with heat)
various scrub brushes
plastic scraper
couple of work shop clamps
nice warm day

tuff stuff
meguiars general purpose cleaner
bucket of hot water and some soap
spray bottle with soapy water

now what i do is find a shady area with no direct sun exposure.... this is they key to keeping the carpet moist and also have a relatively clean surface underneath is key too so that no dirt comes back through from the back side of the carpet.

i start by finding the worse possible spots and saturating it with tuff stuff and i let it sit and soak. i do this for about a 20 minutes applying a little more ever 5 minutes. really let it soak in. while doing that i spray the rest of the carpet down with some of the meguiars general purpose cleaner thats been a little bit over reduced with water. again i keep it applied and the trick here is to keep the carpet moist.

after letting it soak i then begin to scrub the whole carpet BY HAND. you can use a machine but i like the hand method. if this way a paying job i would use the machine more then likely depending on the material. keep a bottle of soapy water next to you. if you feel like its drying out add some water as it will not allow the stain to soak back into the carpet.

now after ive scrubbed the hell out of it and its still wet i then find a spot and hang the carpet up against a wall or just in the open. you can do it up against a fence or whatever you have available. take your pressure washer or hose and spray from left to right and start from the top. you will see the difference right away as your rinsing. get the whole carpet rinsed well get all the detergents out of it.

now as its still hanging its going to be soaking wet. take your plastic scraper and go from the top to bottom and squeege the water out of the carpet as best as you can..... now set the carpet down in a dry area. take the pro spot and use it mostly to extract the water out of the carpet. take your time and go slow. the more you get out the faster it drys.

then hang it back up and let it dry out in the sun.

NOTE: this doesnt always come the first time and not always do you get the stains out. some you simply cant just get out. it took me 3 times in some spots to get it where i was happy with it for the time being. im going to go over it one last time.

hope it helps.

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Old 07-05-2012, 09:59 PM   #167
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Awesome response, man. Thanks! I'm going to give this a shot. Someone should make this a sticky named as "Carpet/floor mat cleaning".

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well theres the easy and cheap way to do it.... thats all i did.... im a veterened detailer and ive had a lot of experiance with various products and such. i know what will and wont work. one thing i do try to do though is make the cheaper products work so that guys who cant afford or dont have means/hows to buy the professional stuff can do the same thing at home. now because this is a budget build without hacking things i did the carpet cleaning the budget way..

tools/supplies needed

pressure washer or hose
bissel pro spot(i have the auto version with heat)
various scrub brushes
plastic scraper
couple of work shop clamps
nice warm day

tuff stuff
meguiars general purpose cleaner
bucket of hot water and some soap

now what i do is find a shady area with no direct sun exposure.... this is they key to keeping the carpet moist and also have a relatively clean surface underneath is key too so that no dirt comes back through from the back side of the carpet.

i start by finding the worse possible spots and saturating it with tuff stuff and i let it sit and soak. i do this for about a 20 minutes applying a little more ever 5 minutes. really let it soak in. while doing that i spray the rest of the carpet down with some of the meguiars general purpose cleaner thats been a little bit over reduced with water. again i keep it applied and the trick here is to keep the carpet moist.

after letting it soak i then begin to scrub the whole carpet BY HAND. you can use a machine but i like the hand method. if this way a paying job i would use the machine more then likely depending on the material. keep a bottle of soapy water next to you. if you feel like its drying out add some water as it will not allow the stain to soak back into the carpet.

now after ive scrubbed the hell out of it and its still wet i then find a spot and hang the carpet up against a wall or just in the open. you can do it up against a fence or whatever you have available. take your pressure washer or hose and spray from left to right and start from the top. you will see the difference right away as your rinsing. get the whole carpet rinsed well get all the detergents out of it.

now as its still hanging its going to be soaking wet. take your plastic scraper and go from the top to bottom and squeege the water out of the carpet as best as you can..... now set the carpet down in a dry area. take the pro spot and use it mostly to extract the water out of the carpet. take your time and go slow. the more you get out the faster it drys.

then hang it back up and let it dry out in the sun.

NOTE: this doesnt always come the first time and not always do you get the stains out. some you simply cant just get out. it took me 3 times in some spots to get it where i was happy with it for the time being. im going to go over it one last time.

hope it helps.
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Old 07-05-2012, 11:53 PM   #168
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Yes I totally agree this should be sticky'd!
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Old 07-06-2012, 02:57 AM   #169
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thanks for the compliments guys. feel free to shoot me pms with questions or just continue to bump the thread. maybe it will gain a little bit more interest too lol. i should make a better write up if guys want it stickied lol.. someone local bring me an sti carpet so i can do more pictures.ill have more cleaning stuff as i go along and the body gets ready for paint.
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Old 07-06-2012, 04:37 AM   #170
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Is Detroit local? lol
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Old 07-06-2012, 09:53 AM   #171
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nope im out of carol stream illinois... about an hour west of chicago but if you wanna ship the carpet i can do it
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Old 07-07-2012, 02:41 PM   #172
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awesome work! can't wait to see it running,
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Old 07-07-2012, 06:08 PM   #173
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Thanks.... hoping to have it done by the winter time
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Old 07-11-2012, 09:59 AM   #174
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anyways we got the wheel house in, a rocker patch panel made and the quarter put on(didnt get pics of that part. those will come later today or tomorow).



heres a crappy pic of the rocker to quarter extension patch.



heres the complete wheel house assembly.





some plug welds all the way through. they will all be ground smooth.







got the quarter prepped to go on both for adhesive and for welding.... got that all today and hung the quarter just forgot to take pics of it actually on.



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