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Old 09-13-2015, 10:15 PM   #21
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Haha yeah I'm around 7,000$ as it sits... Still don't have my mega squirt either. Or a new radiator, or a nice intercooler or any of the piddly things still needed. But it's just gonna take time. Engine should be in car by the time snow flies here in MN which is around October here. Then things will be slowed down a bit as well due to below zero temps and a non insulated or heated garage. The holset hy35 is a .66ar exhaust side and with the major head work and oversized valves should spool rather well I'm hoping
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Yup ^^^^ fittings, nuts and bolt and special tools, add up fast.
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I've yet to see a holset run at full tilt on a BP
There was a guy years ago that did 18psi, and it was quite peppy
.....but that's nowhere near full tilt
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Old 09-14-2015, 09:23 PM   #26
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Yup ^^^^ fittings, nuts and bolt and special tools, add up fast.
Yeah tools are nothing. I'm a auto tech been for two years now. But car repair has been my profession of choice so the work and tool availability is nothing to me. But I know my basics for sure but haven't built a boosted car. And I do wanna push this holset to its limits. I want 400whp. Whether it's gonna happen I don't know yet. But car should breath fire for the first time by next summer. I will keep updateding this thread when I get to it. Always appreciate the input as most of you guys have boosted BP's and I bought mine on a spur of the moment deal and said "turbo Miata? Yeah sure!"
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Old 09-14-2015, 09:29 PM   #27
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As far as the holset hy35 I know it will flow almost 60cfm at full tilt. So it will definately move air. So time will tell as far as that goes. Whether I will have enough fuel I don't know yet Will post some more pics. And as far as rx7 trans I have a Miata pressure plate and a rx7 turbo II clutch disc that fits perfectly. Gonna see how well that works. With any luck I will have the trans in as well before snow flies. Do my best to update.
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Old 09-23-2015, 02:43 PM   #28
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Anyone use the fat injectors like these? I may look into getting the flyin Miata rail to make this work better and possibly a return style system at this point I don't like the fitment on here and I'm Leary about the return less system.
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<p>Those are old EV-1 injectors. They suck. Don't use them. </p>
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You need a 99-00 fuel rail.
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<p>Those are old EV-1 injectors. They suck. Don't use them. </p>
Well there 743cc rated at like 43psi and I got them for 100$ so I really wanted to run them till I sort some other things out but you may be right being that fitment is sloppy. Just wanted to save some $ ha. Not happening with this build. I think I'm gonna search for a 99 rail then.
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If you want to run ALLOFIT cheaping out on injectors is a bad place to save money. Go check out the DIY thread on using mustang injectors to learn how to get EV-14 injectors for $200-250.
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Big ev1 injectors will idle very poorly if at all. You may need to raise the idle rpm a lot just to idle smoothly.
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Old 09-23-2015, 04:35 PM   #34
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I appreciate the input guys. I have found someone locally selling some deatchsworks 700cc injectors that I may pick up! This week.
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Old 09-23-2015, 05:46 PM   #35
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Let me add some advise form someone making only ~280hp.

You NEED to do a coolant reroute
Don't mess with any other radiator fans but Spal
Get the FM cross flow radiator
Talk to Reverant about his Enhanced Megasquirts
Get rid of the heat wrap on your manifold
Insulate the trans tunnel from heat, the inside of the car will get hot.
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There are other good options aside from the FM rad, but that's definitely a good option.
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I'm not using the FM radiator. I'm using a triple pass.

And wrapping the exhaust is a good thing unless you are an old wife spreading old wives tales.
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Finally got the engine in the car. Still have a billion things to do. And the weather is just starting to get colder so not much more will be done. Mainly gonna start building a trans mount and get that fitted as well. And start sorting out the clutching and other odds and ends issues.
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Old 10-21-2015, 04:55 PM   #40
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I finally got around to getting the turbo II trans mounted so I can build mounts and assess whatever other fitment issues, so far aside from cutting out shifter trans slid right in.
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