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Old 06-13-2011, 01:30 PM   #1
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Wink FS/FT: PRICE DROP! Misc. Turbo Parts (GT2554R, DP, AIC, manifolds etc)

UPDATE ON PARTS AVAILABLE! SEE BELOW


PARTS STILL AVAILABLE:

Split Second AIC1 addt'l injector controller (I ran a fifth injector)- $200 SHIPPED


Hey guys,
I've got a full turbo set up for a 99-00 up for sale/trade. She ran absolutely great while I had this kit on my car, but I've decided to take a different route with it, and combined with the fact that I'm moving, it's time for everything to go.

Feel free to shoot me a PM with any questions. I have pics of everything individually/up close that can be shown upon request. Parts are in great condition and have been well kept. All prices are OBO so feel free to make an offer.


Garrett GT2554R- SOLD
FM (?) downpipe- $175 SHIPPED SOLD
BRP turbo mani (similar to Greddy's and w/ small crack)- $50 SHIPPED SOLD
Hallman Pro RX MBC- $70 SOLD
VTF recirc BOV- $50 SOLD
JR PowerCard- $200 SOLD
95-00 Oil pan (drilled and tapped for oil lines)- $150 SHIPPED SOLD
Intake mani w/ epoxied fifth injector- $90 SHIPPED SOLD
W/A IC- $150 SHIPPED SOLD


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I'm interested in the powercard. Could you email me details at [email protected]?
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What kind of power were you making? How efficient is the air to water cooler?

Have a great day,
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I'm interested in the powercard. Could you email me details at [email protected]?
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What kind of power were you making? How efficient is the air to water cooler?

Have a great day,
Jared
I estimate that I was making 170-180whp at 7.5 psi, but that's only an estimate... I kept meaning to get it dyno'd but kept forgetting or not having enough time for it. I was pleased with the power it made though. More than enough to take care of business. Lol.

But in reality, I would probably say that a WAIC is less efficient than an air to air. For the kind of psi I was pushing though, it did the trick. If I were to have planned on pushing more than that then I would have upgraded to an FMIC for sure. I mean, it's a fairly small WAIC so it doesn't really achieve as awesome results as larger, more developed WAIC systems that are run in drag cars etc. I'm no expert on the water to air intercoolers though... I know air to airs much better. Lol
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Hi there,

I drive a 2001 1.6.. Due to the HP, is this kit for a 1600 or a 1800 ?
What is the Mileage on the kit and do you have some pictures.

If so, please send them to: [email protected]
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how much for pics of your bunghole?
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how much for pics of your bunghole?
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I drive a 2001 1.6.. Due to the HP, is this kit for a 1600 or a 1800 ?
What is the Mileage on the kit and do you have some pictures.

If so, please send them to: [email protected]
Email sent.
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More info on that water to air intercooler setup. Do you have the pump, water rad, and ice box?
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More info on that water to air intercooler setup. Do you have the pump, water rad, and ice box?
I've got the pump and water rad, but I'm not sure what you mean by ice box... Lol. I took everything off that the kit came with, so I'm sure I do have what you're referring to. Haha.

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I've got the pump and water rad, but I'm not sure what you mean by ice box... Lol. I took everything off that the kit came with, so I'm sure I do have what you're referring to. Haha.

Kristen
Ice box would have been something you would have added. Its a tank you keep the water in and add ice for the track.
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What kind of blow off valve is that? If you're willing to sell separate, I need a recirculating BOV.
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What kind of blow off valve is that? If you're willing to sell separate, I need a recirculating BOV.
It's a VTF recirculating BOV, so it'll do the job for you
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picture of crack on the manifold?

Where does the W to A inter cooler get its water supplies? Looks like it taps the radiator overflow.
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picture of crack on the manifold?

Where does the W to A inter cooler get its water supplies? Looks like it taps the radiator overflow.
Yep, you're correct, W/A IC gets it's supplies from the radiator overflow.

Here's the best pic I have of the crack, I can get a better one today after I get off work if you'd like. Crack is ID'd by the red circle.
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So is it for a 1.8 or 1.6?
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Came off of 99-00 1.8L
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I'm no expert on the water to air intercoolers though... I know air to airs much better. Lol
Not an expert indeed. From an efficiency standpoint, water is a much better medium for heat exchange. But from a weight/space/complexity standpoint, air to air usually wins out.
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Not an expert indeed. From an efficiency standpoint, water is a much better medium for heat exchange. But from a weight/space/complexity standpoint, air to air usually wins out.
Lol yeah, at least I admit it But yeah I agree, water is definitely a better medium as it has high specific heat, but for a small set up like what I was running it on, I wasn't really able to get an awesome set up where I could take advantage of all the pros of a water to air IC.

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It's a VTF recirculating BOV, so it'll do the job for you
How does it sound; loud, quiet, etc? I did a little researching and can't find anything about VTF. I've never heard of it/them before. eBay? I'm interested, just want to know what I'm getting first.
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