Headers... (not sure about the specs)
Inverted inlet manifold
Headers with heatwrap
3" turboback exhaust
Garrett GT3076 .82 turbo
Airfilter under the hoodscoop
Complete 04 sti driveline
6 speed with DCCD
DCCDPro manual controller
This is the parts I remember at the moment.
The swap has taken a little longer than planned because they started the first engine with wrong map. BANG!!! Bent one of the rods
Had to build me a new one. Started it on friday, no problems
Getting it back this week. Can`t wait to see the dyno result. :icon_cool:
Diden`t get the airfilterbox right so went with a open filter on the new engine.
I diden`t mean we are not going to use a airfilter. Just my bad english. Using a performance airfilter like that in the picture. Not sure about the pulleys. I will post a complete speclist when the car is done. :icon_biggrin:
if the turbo inlet is facing forward, you really dont want to do this.
The old WRC cars angles the inlet up and back toward the hood scoop hole; this is the way to do it. If you can't do something like this (it will take a sump pump on the turbo to do it right, again, a la WRC), then I'd recommend not doing it. Why? The sharp bend creates a MASSIVE pressure drop. The straighter the better when it comes to air inlets.
anyhew, congrats on the #'s. That's a cool project for sure!
In the photo it does look like he has the inlet facing rear and up.
Can you show us a vertical shot of the engine bay awosubaru?
And what's an inverted intake manifold?
Edit: Ahh, I see. The intake manifold is facing forward (rotated). I really want to see a top-down shot of this now, especially how the turbo connects to the inlet and IC piping.
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