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26Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 23rd May 2019, 10:40 pm

DC313

DC313
Managed to get back on the pulsar jobs this eve now all my other work has calmed down a bit.

Fitted the other gauges to my pod.

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Should help keep an eye on all things.

And made some progress with my exhaust mods.

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Hopefully I’ll get some more time over the next few eves to

27Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 24th May 2019, 7:10 am

gtir_woody

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Looks good, the gauge pod looks like pretty tidy and fits well, are you going to black it out?

28Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 24th May 2019, 1:15 pm

DC313

DC313
Yea just fitting everything up first, then I'll spray it black so it's more discrete Smile

29Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 27th May 2019, 8:06 am

DC313

DC313
Nearly there with the exhaust, it’s all fully welded, just need to put a couple more hangers on it and connect up the valve cable which will sit next to the handbrake.

The idea being it will be nice and quiet and the gasses will flow through the rear silencer and out of the discrete pipe on the lhs when the valve is closed. Then when the valve is open be nice and loud and take the easy route out of the rhs 4” tail pipe for when you want some noise Twisted Evil

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30Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 27th May 2019, 11:27 am

Mr B

Mr B
gtir technician
gtir technician
neighbour friendly thumbsup

31Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 28th May 2019, 7:01 am

DC313

DC313
Very Happy Yep and trackday friendly!

I Am looking forward to opening it up on a tunnel run!

32Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 28th May 2019, 8:07 pm

johnny gtir

johnny gtir
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Great work I run a similar valve works well

33Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 18th June 2019, 7:44 am

DC313

DC313
How do you find your valve Johnny? Do you still get abit of blow by? or it seal well?

Finally got the R fired up after tracing a fault to a dodgy/dry/broken connector on the +ve lead to the coil.

Not sure i'd ever want the valve closed... Twisted Evil

34Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 18th June 2019, 8:04 am

mike74

mike74
I've got a turbo back 3" system on mine & use it as a daily. Personally I don't even really notice how loud it is now...although my mate says its ridiculous (he drives a bog standard TFSI Golf GTI so I don't really listen to what he says anyway :p)
The valve will probably be handy when leaving home early or returning late but other than that I can't see you using it too much; the sound is quite addictive! Very Happy

35Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 18th June 2019, 11:09 am

DC313

DC313
Daily SR20 noise!! Good on you! Bet you cant even hear your mate in his Golf after all that ear drum abuse lol.

36Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 18th June 2019, 7:32 pm

mike74

mike74
Cant really hear much from outside TBH. It jas to be something pretty spectacular sounding before i hear it anyway

37Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 18th June 2019, 9:48 pm

DC313

DC313
Like a jet fighter?? Lol

Got my battery tray mounted tonight, all sealed underneath and some nice big washers to spread the loads. Cables cut to length and p-clipped down. Now just need to decide if I should box it all in or not...

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38Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 24th June 2019, 10:23 am

DC313

DC313
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Result of last nights efforts, nice and easy to get it cleaned up and change all the bushes etc now.

39Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 24th June 2019, 9:25 pm

johnny gtir

johnny gtir
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Sorry mate thought I replied to this yes still blow by I guess this is good tho as mine is just in a single pipe so would not want it to fully shut I just close it down for noise test limit and to enter housing estate late hours

40Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 25th June 2019, 8:16 am

DC313

DC313
@johnny gtir wrote:Sorry mate thought I replied to this yes still blow by I guess this is good tho as mine is just in a single pipe so would not want it to fully shut I just close it down for noise test limit and to enter housing estate late hours

No worries, Yea makes sense yours isnt fully closed if placed inline, where abouts in the system is it?

Think i'd do mine abit differently next time if i was to do it again, but still happy with the results Very Happy

41Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 25th June 2019, 6:50 pm

BEBB GTIR

BEBB GTIR
the one star club
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Progress is looking good thumbsup

Maybe daft question but how best to connect battery cables to original cables in engine bay? Might move mine to rear?

42Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 25th June 2019, 8:37 pm

johnny gtir

johnny gtir
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moderator
Put crimp lugs on and joint box mate copy mini coopers etc

43Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 25th June 2019, 8:47 pm

johnny gtir

johnny gtir
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No worries, Yea makes sense yours isnt fully closed if placed inline, where abouts in the system is it?

Think i'd do mine abit differently next time if i was to do it again, but still happy with the results Very Happy [/quote]

Mine is side exit in front of rear wheel and near the end of the system

44Rebuild Time - Page 2 Empty Re: Rebuild Time on 26th June 2019, 7:25 am

DC313

DC313
@BEBB GTIR wrote:Progress is looking good thumbsup

Maybe daft question but how best to connect battery cables to original cables in engine bay? Might move mine to rear?

I went straight inline with the main power cable with a crimp like this...
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Then heatshrinked over it and ran the cable back through a hole in the bulkhead (grommeted and sealed) by the ac pipes, up the tunnel, under the rear seats then past the fuel tank access and behind the NS rear boot trim.

I've got a battery isolator inline in the little storage box/ elbow rest on the tunnel, which I might change to a 'kill switch' by putting the alternator out to the battery side of that.

The battery is earthed just at the back to the turret and kept the original engine block to earth stud in the engine bay to.

Currently cranks and charges fine without any voltage drop.

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