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Old 10-07-2014, 11:42 AM   #1
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Valve covers, both BP4W, one painted wrinkle red, the other stock. I removed the baffles off the stock one to take a peek, will have to be resealed.

$90 - Red

$70 - Stock

Mishimoto Radiator used. I ordered a Crossflow unit from 949 so I'm letting go of the trusty mishirad. This one is kinda a big item so I'll probably ship it as soon as I have a box whenever the crossflow gets in. $150



Toyota COPS with mounting brackets coil and home brew wiring harness. Will have to join with your connectors as this was wired into a 90-93. Has two capacitors totaling 30,000 uF. Boost with confidence.

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Valvetrain is supertech single spring and oversized exhaust valves. You can have the BP4W head it came wiht, the squish area is pitted from det. PnP at your own risk, maybe throw in some singh grooves everywhere, use it as a boat anchor, I don't care.

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Busted EFR6258 - you need a new desk ornament? Buy this thing. It's pretty except for the broken turbine. You can reuse the housings if you want to get a super-core form full race (replacing the center bearing section/turbine wheel). Or better yet, buy this for parts if you already have an efr but want to play around with welding an elbow to the compressor housing or welding the wastegate shut.

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FWIW the new Super core with standard Comp housing is $1200 from AGP
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Old 10-08-2014, 01:29 AM   #3
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$1150 from full race
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Is the turbine housing still good? Early investment cast housing or later sand cast housing?

I'm interested with almost all of these things, but pics would help
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Haha all pictures can be found on my build thread, laying in a pool of unicorn tears. I'll update this thread when I get home. I have no patience to do it on phone. Turbine housing is fine, Gamma TiAl wheel is brittle and no match for the stout cast housing. This was second batch efr from full race with ceramic coated sand cast.

The head may be spoken for locally. Nothing has been finalized.
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Swain on the turbine housing like your manifold? If the housing is good why not put it on the new turbo? I'm perusing your build thread right now, are you sticking with the EFR?
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It's not the swain coating but a thin ceramic layer.

I'm going to buy a whole turbo (maybe 6758) because all of the sudden I see the value in a warrantee when it comes to any mods on my cursed car (even if just a manufacturer error)
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interested in the COPs can you send a picture of the wiring? I have a 1.8 swap in a 91 so the wiring should be PnP for me?
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Not quite, I wired them directly instead of fiddling with the silly ignitor. Power, ground, signal and trigger wires. It's wired for batch but can be easily manipulated for sequential.

If not in my build thread, I'll post pictures once home
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I'm sorry I forgot to post pics. I was trying to pull the valvetrain from the head. Tonight, I promise.

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