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Old 06-05-2014, 10:01 PM   #1
funk32
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Hey Everyone,

I thought I would add my build since I have been on here for a while and have been working on this build for a while now. She has gone through a few different stages to get where she is now and its not done.

Goal

I want to make a car capable of competing in the local road race and time attack events, with the end result hitting Targa NF for at least one go at it since I am not made out of money lol, and It's on the other side of the country haha.

Special thanks to:
Chris @Touge Tuning
Mark @MSI
Ryan @VEX
Sasha @Onpoint Tuning
Sunny @Airboy Tuning

Exterior
MSI CF Roof
Wasp CF Race Splitter
Wasp CF Canards
Wasp CF Trunk Skin
Simon McBeath CF SM183 Wing 1740mm
ABW Fender Flares

Interior
MXL Strada dash
ATI Gauge pod
Bride Zeta III seats
Sparco 6 point harness
Armtech Hybrid Battery Isolator
Beatrush division plate
Gutted
Caged

Power/Engine
EFR 7163 Twin Scroll T4 .80a/r
Cosworth Fuel Rails
ID1000cc
Radium Fuel Pressure Regulator
Radium Fuel Surge Tank w/Walbro 400 LPH
DW200 In Tank Lift Pump
BW Integrated EBCS
CP Pistons
Eagle Rods
ACL Race Bearing kit
ARP Head Studs Kit
HKS Full Titanium Race Catback
Fujitsubo Twin Scroll header with custom Rotated TS Uppipe
3" custom downpipe
MAPerformace stage 3 PnP Heads
SuperTech Buckets with WPC Treatment
GSC stg 1 Cams with WPC Treatment
FMIC ETS FMIC
Mishimoto Aluminum Rad
Element Tuning Dry Sump
Cosworth High Pressure pump WPC Treated
Gates timing belt
FMS steel braided clutch line
IAG steel braided AVCS lines with GT turbo line
TIC Composite TGV's
NGK Iridium Spark Plugs One Step Colder
Okada Projects Plasma Direct Coil Packs
Okada Projects Plasma Spark

Suspension/Drivetrain
ACPT Carbon Friber Driveshaft
MapDccD Controller
OS Giken R3C Triple Plate Clutch
Racecomp Engineering Tarmac 2
Q-Rack 9.1 ratio Steering Rack
Whiteline KBR20-24 Sway Bar Mount Kit
Whiteline Ball Joints
Whiteline 24mm Adjustable Rear Sway Bar
TSSFAB Tubular Transmission X-Member
TIC Front Fender Braces
TIC Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
TIC/KARTBOY Super Shifter Kit
Kartboy Pitch Stop Mount
MSI Motorsport Front & Rear Camber Plates
MSI Circuit Tubular Front Engine Cradle W/Nascar Style Sway Bar
MSI Motorsport End Links Front and Rear
MSI Trailing Arms with Bearings
MSI Billet Adjustable Lateral Links
MSI Circuit Tubular Rear Subframe 2" Correction
MSI T-Brace Delete
MSI N12 Front Control Arms
MSI Solid Billet Engine Mounts
MSI Tie Rod Ends
MSI DSS Kit Motorsport Version with Bearing

Brakes & Wheels
ALCON BBK (6pot 365mm front 4pot 353mm rear)
PAGID Yellow RS29 Pads
Quantum Brake Cooling Ducts
TIC Master Cylinder Brace
StopTech Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines
ENKEI RS05RR 18x9.5 ET43 StarSpec II 265/35/18



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Old 06-05-2014, 10:04 PM   #2
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I have done all the work myself minus the super important things like motor(B2 Tuning),tuning(AirBoy tuning),cage.

here are some pics of parts and different states of the car since I first got it;

b2 tuning by Funk32, on Flickr

Stage 3 maperformance heads by Funk32, on Flickr

This is the motor after it was built and using my original setup
complete long block ready to go in by Funk32, on Flickr

parts install day
parts to put on by Funk32, on Flickr

P2140107 by Funk32, on Flickr

MSI Control arms
P3210118 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20120604-00006 by Funk32, on Flickr

msi engine mount1 by Funk32, on Flickr

PC180225 by Funk32, on Flickr

test fitting before the car leaves for cage installation
P1010254 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 06-05-2014, 10:05 PM   #3
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P1010248 by Funk32, on Flickr

what happens when you rush taking out the windows (only the rear broke lol)
P1010249 by Funk32, on Flickr

TSSFAB Front frame
P1070274 by Funk32, on Flickr

few parts that came in
P3290301 by Funk32, on Flickr

P5260333 by Funk32, on Flickr

the mess before she left for the cage
P5260334 by Funk32, on Flickr

how my basement looks hahah
P5260335 by Funk32, on Flickr

More nice Parts from MSI
P5280336 by Funk32, on Flickr

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Old 09-14-2014, 05:31 PM   #4
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Installed the CF roof today, it was a bit messy with 1 person.

here are some more pics of the front end.
Edmonton-20140906-00382 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140906-00384 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140906-00383 by Funk32, on Flickr

as you can see ill need to move the IC for a better angle

Glass installed thanks for the help Kenny!

Edmonton-20140911-00403 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 09-14-2014, 05:32 PM   #5
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I was able to sort out the dash mounting and switch panel, both made from a CF plates that are pretty thick. still need to add some more warning lights (rear diff temp,dccd,abs and indicators) and some more switches for the rear diff and transmission cooler (pumps/fans) also need to add the stickers for the on button and off/kill button.

Edmonton-20140913-00405 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140914-00408 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140914-00409 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 09-14-2014, 05:39 PM   #6
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Nice progress...where did you end up getting the CF plates?

I work with B2, dude is suby smart!
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Old 09-14-2014, 05:43 PM   #7
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I am now in Edmonton,AB so I doubt they have the same store back east, but I got it from a hobby store that caters to flying model air planes.

here is the link if you want to order it parts
https://hobbywholesale.com/search/se...fiber%20sheets

yes Bruce is crazy smart, I still email him when I am in a pinch
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Old 09-21-2014, 10:23 PM   #8
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Well, I am home due to an unexpected injury. So to help me feel better I went out and did some very minor work (4 cuts and some moving lol). Was able to get the IC into the correct position, now just need to weld some tabs on to it so it can be securely mounted. I will also be adding some ducting for the rad to ensure the air goes through it and no blowing past it.

Edmonton-20140921-00432 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140921-00433 by Funk32, on Flickr

yes I know there are parts and crap everywhere lol don't judge me. I know where I put it all lol.
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Old 09-23-2014, 05:52 PM   #9
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Today I decided to tackle power supply and kill switch wiring. I think all went well, straight forward install.

new Dry cell battery is a PC925, it is not the lightest battery but it is low profile and should last awhile in case I forget to shut down the Armtech system.
Edmonton-20140923-00447 by Funk32, on Flickr

The Armtech system is a pretty cool piece of kit, it houses a kill switch for inside the car and one for outside the car along with a rest button, all FIA approved. What you see is the Armtech main box, the alternator connects here along with the battery pos and neg, then the system grounds through the last connection.
Edmonton-20140923-00448 by Funk32, on Flickr
Edmonton-20140923-00450 by Funk32, on Flickr
Edmonton-20140923-00451 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 09-25-2014, 03:40 PM   #10
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today's small project was ducting for the Rad. Just need it welded in place when I get the v-mount setup hard mounted.

Edmonton-20140925-00455 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140925-00456 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140925-00457 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140925-00458 by Funk32, on Flickr

Edmonton-20140925-00459 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 09-25-2014, 08:44 PM   #11
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I'm glad you posted this here funk! Totally prefer nasioc to wsc so I don't check the local builds enough.

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Old 09-25-2014, 11:08 PM   #12
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Saw the 365mm 6-Pot Alcon's and was like:
Then there was the V-Mount:
Then the Interior finish:

Thank you for sharing the pics Funk! I'm a big fan...

Peace
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Old 09-26-2014, 12:45 AM   #13
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Thanks guys.
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Old 09-27-2014, 03:45 PM   #14
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finished up the kill switch install today, here is the outer button, need a plug for the first hole I cut lol damn wiper motor!!
Edmonton-20140927-00469 by Funk32, on Flickr

and to test the system, the red light means power yay!
Edmonton-20140927-00471 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 09-27-2014, 05:25 PM   #15
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Such a nice car man!! so your overall goal is to run Targa Newfoundland?
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Old 09-27-2014, 05:38 PM   #16
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Yes that is the final goal, to at least make a run at the Targa NF.
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Old 09-29-2014, 01:36 PM   #17
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all welded up and in place, the rad is supported by 4 bushings while the IC is bolted in.

Edmonton-20140929-00482 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 09-29-2014, 01:50 PM   #18
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Sweet baby christ your car is amazing.
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Old 09-29-2014, 02:27 PM   #19
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haha thanks
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Old 10-02-2014, 04:03 PM   #20
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Such hawtness!!!

You are a bad influence my friend.
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Old 10-03-2014, 03:09 PM   #21
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Today, I finished putting on the diffuser with the help from a buddy.

Sorry I cant get better pics right now as there is not much room in the back.
Edmonton-20141003-00523 by Funk32, on Flickr
Edmonton-20141003-00524 by Funk32, on Flickr

And I took some pics of the front end and how it is all bolted in and tied together, I am a bit bored waiting on parts lol.
Edmonton-20141003-00539 by Funk32, on Flickr
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Old 10-03-2014, 04:27 PM   #22
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Nice build!
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Old 10-03-2014, 06:13 PM   #23
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Oswald Front Subframe will be the next component I purchase for the bottom side of my car. What are your thought on it? Love it? Hate it? I have his rear bumper beam and Rear Strut Brace and I love those pieces.

Peace
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Old 10-03-2014, 06:24 PM   #24
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Hey, I like it a lot, better then the Carbings one I had before. I also have the rear bumper beam and use to have the rear strut brace but sold that when I have the cage installed.
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Old 10-03-2014, 06:31 PM   #25
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Needs more geometry correction in the front, unless you are only lowering the car a little (compared to stock)
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