I know! I'm excited to start getting parts together, but at the same time I know it's going to be a long road before things are installed and I'm finally boosted. BUT it will be worth it.Nice man!
I cannot wait till I can go that route with my car!
Very nice Corey!
Enter your car more often man!
Thanks guys!Fucking sick pictures. Car is sexy as always.
I saw that! I meant to comment on them but got busy at work...pics stolen to FB. Car looks great Corey.
I'll have a more detailed answered below the next comment, but I'm not sure on the turbo for now. I want a quick spooling setup that will be fun on the street.So what are your power goals with the turbo setup? What turbo you going with?
Thank you for the advice! Although I'm not sure I'm going this route, it will definitely help if I do decide too!If you wanna run GTE internals you will also need
-New ARP 2000 Rod bolts
-New OEM main bolts
-New GTE piston ring set
-New rod bearings
-New main bearings
-New GTE Head Gasket
-New valve seal kit
-New Cam seals
-New front/rear main seals
-Oil pick up o-ring
-New OEM oil pickup tube
-New oil pump o-rings
-New oil filter housing o-ring
-700 grit flex hone to break the cylinder wall glaze
-Fuel injector o-rings (this is to prevent boost leak)
Thanks Ray.^long post but sounds like youre headed in the right direction. the ECU is very important, keep that in mind. also stay away from Mitzu radiator. Koyo is what you want.
car looks great. if we were still doing a calender i would suggest your pics.
Thanks man. If you find a money tree send part of it to me!damn Corey, car is lookin good. i like your plans.
in the same boat as you for the tranny. im keeping a close eye on that ar5 swap...might end up trying it if no one gets it done by next summer.
otherwise for now imma replace all my stock clutch parts and hope it holds. besides the ar5 the only other swap i considered was the v161....i need a money tree.