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Old 04-22-2001, 02:48 PM   #1
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Question What else do I need...

My friend offered to sell me his rebuilt Garret T/3 and a front mount intercooler. I was curious what other things I would NEED to get to make it run. I know I need up/down pipes,and a air-filter, but what else? Any help is appreciated.
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Old 04-22-2001, 03:04 PM   #2
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Aloooooooha...Getting ready to do this myself...so...
[list=1][*]Wastegate[*]Hose Clamps[*]ECU mod to handle the boost[*]RRFPR[*]Small Vaccuum lines[*]Zip Ties[*]Blow Off valve[*]Hi_Flow Cat...(integrated with downpipe)[*]Oil lines[*]Oil Pan Fitting[*]Boost Gauge[*]EGT Gauge[*]Fuel Pressure Gauge[*]Boost controller[*]Clutch[*]Oil[*]Exhuast Gaskets[*]Oil Gasket Material or Sealer[*]Exhaust[*]Cruise Control Relocation Kit[*]Lots of patience[*]time[*]money
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I think that about covers it....If I forgot something it not for the lack of planning

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Old 04-23-2001, 05:58 AM   #3
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You'll need a lot - start with the list above. You'll also need to figure out how to get the FMIC in there - find a place behind the grille where it will fit, how to get the piping from the turbo up front to the IC, and then back to go into the TB.

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Old 04-26-2001, 12:02 AM   #4
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Bump, anyone else?
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Old 04-26-2001, 12:23 AM   #5
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Cruise Control relocation "Kit" ... is there a kit for this available??
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Old 04-26-2001, 12:44 AM   #6
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Here ya go:

1. Up-pipe. Custom. Goes from headers up into the engine bay and locates the turbo somewhere it doesn't interfere with anything else. Like right where the cruise control is. You'll need flanges on the ends to bolt it up - one that will mate with the header pipe on one end and the turbo exhaust inlet on the other.

2. Oil and water lines for the turbo if it is both oil and water cooled. You need to get oil to the system, and return it to the oil pan. The oil fittings iSR has are for IHI RHB52s, so you'll have to figure out what you'll need on the turbo side of the fitting. The banjo bolt return thing they have may or may not work on the Garrett depending on the size of the drain outlet on the turbo. You need to get water in and return it to the water pump. A lot of folks like to tap the heater core hose, which means probably no fittings other than T's.

3. Air intake stuff. Something that will hook up to the air inlet of the turbo, allow connection of a cone type filter, and provide some connections for hooking up things like your PCV and valve cover vacuum lines. And your BOV return should be vented back in there, too, so you'll need a connection for that. Of course, some sort of cone type filter.

4. Turbo to IC piping. Custom. Coming out of the compressor, the air will have to make its way to the IC you'll have mounted up front.

5. Blow-off valve. It has to connect to the IC or to the turbo-IC pipe, and should vent to inlet air.

6. IC to TB piping. Custom. You'll have to get the intercooled air back to the throttle body.

7. More fuel. A Walbro 255 lph pump plus a rising rate fuel pressure regulator - a Vortech 4:1 or the Bell 20007. You'll need some fuel injector hose and clamps to hook up the FPR.

8. On a 2000, you'll need at a minimum a voltage clamp for the map sensor voltage - see the Rallispec boost fix cheap thread - basically, a zener diode - 1N4688 is the part number.

9. Downpipe. Coming from the turbo out of the engine bay hopefully through a cat or 2 to the exhaust. And probably a new exhaust because the stock one has high back pressure. Regardless, the pipe will have to have a flange that mates to the exhaust outlet on the turbo and another that mates to the rest of the exhaust.

10. There is some check valve that goes in the line to the charcoal canister so your car doesn't smell like gas.

11. Gauges - EGT (needs to have a probe put in the header, back passenger side) and boost.

12. A buttload of hose clamps, vacuum hose, etc.

13. Spark plugs. NGK heat range 7 is good.


I hope you have a good friend who bends pipe because you have some significant plumbing that has to be done between the up and down pipes and the turbo-IC-throttlebody pipes.

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Old 06-03-2001, 11:46 PM   #7
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RichL,

You were trying to convince me to do this on another car with all of this work involved? Holy Shyte! Just gathering all the materials is enough. Labor costs would kill me!

If I mentioned this to my wife, she'd lose it. I think the divorce would be finalized before I'd finish the project. Lol!
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