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Old 12-27-2008, 01:31 AM   #1
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Here is my 93 setup. This turbo is a thing of beauty. Thanks Corky, Stephanie, Tim, Larry, Hank and the whole gang at BEGi.

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a real thing of beauty, you sure keep the engine bay clean too
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waiting for mine with gt2860rs
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With 6 psi and stock injectors: RWHP: 156.17 Torque: 131.10


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WOW! The car is absolutely beautiful!
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That is a cool valve cover. What exactly was done to it? Painted carbon fiber?
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NICE!!! You're coming with Stef and Tim when they come to tune my car @ 18psi and I don't care what you say! Lot's of good food, people and fun. My engine build should be done in three weeks so not long after that.
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That is a cool valve cover. What exactly was done to it? Painted carbon fiber?
It is an overlay that is baked on. You can see more about it on my website:

MyTurboMiata.com Custom Valve Cover
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With 6 psi and stock injectors: RWHP: 161 Torque: 130


post the plot....
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I will. Gotta get it from Tim first.
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Not bad for a stock motor running stock injectors with 180,000 miles on it.

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Nice and smooth. Looks real good.
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I was thinking about making an all carbon valve cover for that same reason. It is just such a beautiful part you get out. You have some real skill with composites. It would of been great if you could of done the lower protective cam cover in the same fashion.
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Nice plot. Weird dip at 4K. I notice that on a lot of plots.
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nice ride, beautiful condition........

am i correct that this thing isn't intercooled? if so...why spend $ on the fancy exhaust mani when you can't run much boost?

also, looks like i'm getting roughly the same power figures with the cast mani and stock ecu (w/bandaids) at those low boost settings.
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Nice plot. Weird dip at 4K. I notice that on a lot of plots.
It is all new to me. I like that it is a nice smooth plot and decent power for a mild system on a stock motor. It can only get better from here.
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nice ride, beautiful condition........

am i correct that this thing isn't intercooled? if so...why spend $ on the fancy exhaust mani when you can't run much boost?
The manifold flows better and allows me to upgrade moving forward. I opted to get it first instead of replacing later. More boost will have to wait until I do some bottom end work. I don't want to push a motor with 180,000 miles on it.

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fair enough, thanks.
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turbohoses is about 5 mins away from my work in Livermore... they don't do carbon fiber overlay anymore..
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