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Old 11-10-2010   #141
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Re: Project Lex

Doh I meant 512 DD@DB haha. So I don't think there's a concern for flow issues. It's your call, I like being different also. That's why I ran Evo parts on my DSM but not anything that could leave me stranded hehe.
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Old 11-10-2010   #142
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Re: Project Lex

http://www.mkiv.com/techarticles/fue...est/index.html

Just posting this for my own reference, so I don't lose the link. Someone elses dual pump setup...
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Re: Project Lex

Damn-it Cher!!! You are right, the Tial 40mm is not what this was flanged for. I'm going to start searching for a used HKS gate I guess. I've only ever ran Tial before, so I don't even know what size I am supposed to be looking at that fits this flange.

If I can't find a used HKS for a decent price, I may just start considering other WG options, and get the flanged chopped off and flange the manifold for whatever I decide on. Or maybe make some kind of adapter so I can just run this 40mm I already bought. Unless anyone else has any other clever ideas. And this is one of those components I won't consider using a china-bay knock off.

Also have been speaking with Shane@DB a little bit about picking out injectors for this. Hopefully will be able to make a decision on those in the next couple weeks, and that should wrap up my fuel system.
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Re: Project Lex

If you do decide to go with chopping the flanges off and going with a different WG I have a Tial 44mm for ya
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Re: Project Lex

Cool thanks man. Maybe shoot me a price in PM what you'd want for it, what color it is, what spring is in it, and if it comes with all flanges needed to weld to the manifold and dump tube
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I saw a used HKS on Supraforums for $250 i think. It's a good deal.

http://www.supraforums.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=613282
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Re: Project Lex

Some injector info for my own notes.

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/perf...come-in-2.html

http://www.supraforums.com/forum/sho...=516756&page=2


http://t1raceparts.com/index.php/en/...000/lexus.html

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/6-EV1...item3cb22a42f6

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/6-Toy...item563e090dd0

Email from Tony @ T1 about ID1000 injectors
The injectors for your engine come with the 16mm o.d. square orings as in the pic above. Also included are the blue 11mm adaptors tops that are required for your application, and new injector connectors.

And the price you have listed, that will come with the extensions/adapters to fit right up to my stock fuel rail? A purple or red top or something is what I've gathered? Yes

Don't blame you there, 1600's are the devil! lol You'll be extremely happy with these, they idle and drive like stock injectors, seriously. Your pump/injector plan should work out great.
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Re: Project Lex

Oil line info for my own notes:


OIL FEED
Info:
http://www.mkiv.com/techarticles/oil...mod/index.html
* SC300 Union bolt
* Drill bit (11/32)
* 1/8 NPT tap
* lithium grease
IS300 Union Bolt - 9040119008


Parts Needed:
3ft -3AN line

inlet side:
1/8NPT(male) to -3(male) straight fitting for inlet side
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-581603/

turbo side:
1/4NPT(male) to -1/8NPT(female) straight fitting for into turbo
http://www.jegs.com/i/Russell/799/661551/10002/-1
1/8NPT(male) to -3(male) 90* fitting for prev fitting to line
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-582203/





OIL DRAIN:
Info:
You want to use a 7/8" hole saw for the main return hole and I forgot what size the other 2 are
http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b1...y/DSC02081.jpg

I believe the two stock holes for the oil return are for a 6mm tap, and bolt.

There is a spot on the passenger side of the engine, on the upper (aluminum) oil pan. There is a large hole with a small hole on either side. Drill out the large hole, and tap the small holes with a 6mm tap.
http://www.boostwerx.com/oil/OilReturn01.JPG


Parts Needed:
-10 Flange for oil pan


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Re: Project Lex

Just an update on my Chiyna stereo GPS problem. I've been troubleshooting it just about every other day with their tech support via email over the last few weeks. They've finally ran out of ideas and asked for me to send it back. So I will be removing it and shipping it back out to them tomorrow hopefully. Bummer that I haven't fixed it yet, but can't complain about their customer service as it's been a lot better than I ever expected from a company on the other side of the planet. So kudos on them for that. Hopefully they get it fixed and sent back and it works just fine for a long time after this. If so, I'm definately going to consider one for the Envoy.
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Re: Project Lex

More stuff bought from ebay

FMIC - core measures 12 x 24 x 4, more Chiyna goodness!!!:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=130452815672

Q45 throttle body:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...=STRK:MEWNX:IT
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Re: Project Lex

Not sure if you are still looking for a HKS wastegate, but I have a HKS 40mm wastegate if it is what you are looking for. PM if interested.
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Old 11-18-2010   #152
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Just an update on my Chiyna stereo GPS problem. I've been troubleshooting it just about every other day with their tech support via email over the last few weeks. They've finally ran out of ideas and asked for me to send it back. So I will be removing it and shipping it back out to them tomorrow hopefully. Bummer that I haven't fixed it yet, but can't complain about their customer service as it's been a lot better than I ever expected from a company on the other side of the planet. So kudos on them for that. Hopefully they get it fixed and sent back and it works just fine for a long time after this. If so, I'm definately going to consider one for the Envoy.
I was actually eyeing a few of these units up after your initial reviews, does their customer service speak pretty good english, just wondering incase I ever have to deal with them. Idk if you've looked at any of the name brand nav units but if you have how does it compare in terms of screen resolution? Sorry for all my stupid questions u can pm me back if u want just kinda wanted a first person unbiased review.

Edit* shoulda used a pm instead sorry for the clutter
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Re: Project Lex

I haven't been around many of these (name brand or no-name) so I can't speak on behalf of that. But playing a movie on here, is definately clearer than I expected. It's not HD or anything, but I'd say close to the clarity of my K-Mart LCD TV in my bedroom. Nothing amazing, but not bad either. I was impressed.

Their customer service has been great. I thought maybe I was gunna be screwed as they are in China. But he answers my emails within a day typically, and is very polite, constantly assuring me he'll leave me with a "satisfied response" about them. Their English is great. You can definitely tell they are not from here, but it's fine really. Here's an excerpt from an email to get you the idea...

Dear Cusotmer,
thank you for your email,
please don't worry, if we confirm this problem, we will give you a satisfied solution,
we doubt this is just the problem of gps antenna, but we will send you the new GPS antenna asap.

Best Regards,
Jessie


Very polite. So it sucks that the GPS isn't working, but they are working with me in a nice and professional manner so I'm not complaining. But this is also why I haven't written up a full review of it yet. Because this is still on going. Once it's working, and I've had it installed for awhile and working, I'll post up a review. If all works out, the Envoy will probably be getting one also.
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Re: Project Lex

China-bay special FMIC showed up today Looks decent, definitely can't complain considering what it cost!

Core measures 12 x 24 x 4. That's 1152ci for those who measure in that way now a days





Also a sneak peak of the L19 style headstuds that MAP hooked me up with to try out. I believe Kerry is getting these on his 2jz build from them as well to try out.
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Old 11-25-2010   #155
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Re: Project Lex

oh yeah, 23 people viewing this hotness son!! (i'm the only member)

Fuck that ci measurement, its size, cfm, HP are the common stuff I see listed.

I was looking at Q45's last night I forgot u ordered one, but the butterfly is only 80mm (still over 3") but I believe the 90mm is the OD measurement.
Check it out and let me know, i'm kinda skeptical about it.
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it should arrive next week so ya i'll let ya know. 80mm is still plenty for me, and bigger than the piping I'll be running. I'm still stuck on going with 2.5 or 3" ic piping...


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Re: Project Lex

I'm still waiting on an EMS setup so I've decided to start doing some 'non-intrusive' mods that won't affect the current drivability of the car. So....

Initial mock-up of the FMIC is done. Couple notes are that there is a TON of room in here to fit this thing. 4" thick intercooler, and zero trimming of the bumper will be needed. Also I ensured to put it high enough so that the bottom of the FMIC will not be hanging below the bottom of the front bumper, which I made sure of because I've seen quite a few other ones setup like that and it looks weird IMO. I got it perfectly level at the moment (made sure the car was level first). Also I took a picture to show the gap between the FMIC and the A/C Condenser. Lots of room in between there. I would have pushed the core back further but the A/C lines would then be blocking one of the inlets of the FMIC, so that is why it is placed exactly where it is. If I could have tucked it back further, I may have been able to retain the factory coolant reservoir but nope, so I'll just be using the old reservoir from my Talon. There's 2 horns. I remounted one a little more out of the way, and the other I will either remount, or just remove as I don't feel like I really need 2. It alsoit looks like I will be able to retain the stock crash beam, but for weight reasons I may just leave the sucker off, we'll see And lastly, doing this made me notice part of my bumper is broken (you can see in the very center the plastic grill piece is broken in the center) ghey, but whatever because eventually (probably not unilt next year) I plan on switching out the the 97+ bumpers so not a huge deal.

OK so here's some pics. Probably be making a trip to Lowe's later for some lengts of aluminum angle to mount this in place.










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Re: Project Lex

And she's mounted. Used some Aluminum Angle up top to hold it up and in place. It stayed up and in place real well with just those 2 brackets, but since it's thinner metal up there it could swing a little bit if you pushed on it.

So... dug in the trash can where I've been putting everything I've ripped out of the car. Found some left over steel strapping from the ghetto bass system the original owner had installed, which I ripped out. Dug in my can of misc bolts and found 2 small matching bolts that threaded right into the chassis. Can't say I'm a huge fan of using this strapping stuff as it isn't the cleanest looking way to mount stuff, but all I needed was something to prevent swaying and it really worked perfect in this case. Pretty happy with how it turned out in the end.

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Nice, you can buy solid strips of the metal so you don't have angles or holes.
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