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 Old 03-07-2015, 08:58 PM   #241
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The dimples on the balancing shaft ends should point downward like this when at TDC.

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Hmmmm don't think so. It's not a closed loop circuit. Oil goes into oil galleries and then drops into oil pan. No such thing as air pockets floating around the lube oil system. If there is air in the system it goes out in less than 10 seconds once oil is being scavenged by the oil pump. Unless there is no oil in the pan and the pump just sucks air of course
Then it remains a mystery...
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The dimples on the balnace shaft wheels where down indeed (see post#134)
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The weather was warm and cozy today...and the wife gave me the OK to take the day for modding so I did some test fitting










The engine bay is a real mess...forgot to put the weather strip before winter

Noticed that the weld on the v-band of my modified M2 downpipe was broken...the only thing that keeps the downpipe in place is the alternator heat shield...good thing that piece of crap is coming out

I had bought some 4'' piping for the intake but hopped to be able to run the dryflow filter directly on the turbo, but the filter is somewhat crushed by the valve cover, so I went with the 4'' tubing (had to cut the A/C bracket for the intake pipe and relocate the small fuse box on the passenger side)

The 2.5'' tubing I bought for the hot pipe is too short by a couple inches, so I made a mock-up in high-density foam...hope the mock-up will do the job when I copy with the aluminum tubing

The MAF pipe between the IC and throttle body fits perfectly, but the radiator hose will need to be replace because it comes in contact with the pipe

The wastegate will be a real bitch to position...why are those things so massive
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This build looks fking amazing !! I wish i was around you so you could teach me some stuff !!
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Hot side pipe and MAF pipe are finished...just need to paint them with VHT platinum silver blue (compressor housing and valve cover will also be painted the same, and the intercooler will be painted with textured black paint...it will look like OEM stuff)

The intercooler was ported on the cold side to give a smooth transition from the 2.60ID to the MAF pipe 2.87ID

Female studs were glued to the intercooler side for support of the meth tank (a stainless bracket was also fabricated to fix the intercooler on the chassis)

Decided to get a compact Tial MV-S 38mm external wastegate so I could position the wastegate like I wanted...this thing is like jewerly

For the oil feed line I opted to go with the stock banjo fitting and some braided stainless line

The only critical part left to fabricate is the oil drain line coming from the turbo (I got some stainless tubing...just need to bend that shit properly so it passes between runner #2 and #3 )

The build will finally be done on the first 2 weeks of June...schedule some off time just for this
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LOL...if only it was lotery...would make this thing even more awesome
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So why the blow through MAF? It seems to add a complication to MAF calibration and tuning.

Great work on the fabrication. Looking forward to seeing this finished.

I have just bought a leak down tester on eBay to check my engine health before considering more mods.
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Cant wait to hear this beast when shes running.
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nice progress! keep going, we want to see that beast running !

Will you make some kind of heat shield for the oil drain tube between runners?
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So why the blow through MAF? It seems to add a complication to MAF calibration and tuning.

Great work on the fabrication. Looking forward to seeing this finished.

I have just bought a leak down tester on eBay to check my engine health before considering more mods.
I went with blow-thru MAF because :

- the MAF wiring wasnt long enough to get to the intake (didnt want to mess with the wiring)
- 4'' intake can be tricky to calibrate
- will run a BOV (its actualy my Forge V2 BPV vented to ATM)
- other reason I dont remember

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nice progress! keep going, we want to see that beast running !

Will you make some kind of heat shield for the oil drain tube between runners?
The manifold will be heavily wrapped with DEI titanium exhaust wrap, and the drain tube will be covered with a heat protective sleeve

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This build as absolutely incredible. I just spent the last half hour reading it all. First, major props for being an individual on this build. You did some serious homework when it came to this. Second, your fabrication work is incredible. I've never witnessed someone fab up so many parts for these cars. And last thing, I can not wait to hear this thing scream! Good luck with the rest of your build man.
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In cause this shit is amazing!
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Subbed - Lot of skill and patience exhibited here can't wait to see the outcome
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looks good man. How are you able to get air flow up the intercooler?
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looks good man. How are you able to get air flow up the intercooler?
See posts 2,7 and 39 on page 1. Its a liquid to air intercooler.
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See posts 2,7 and 39 on page 1. Its a liquid to air intercooler.
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For all questions about the build, please contact M.Ozynigma (my assistant)....LOL
Unpaid assistant I might add. Sometimes the global time difference makes it easier for me to answer questions while you have a sleep in....

Actually now I am contemplating a LtA IC too. TMIC and WMI will probably be enough for my hp goals but I will be interested to hear how well LtA performs on yours.
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An LTA IC will be fine for daily driving and drag racing. If you plan on road racing your car, go air-to-air IC.
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Unpaid assistant I might add. Sometimes the global time difference makes it easier for me to answer questions while you have a sleep in....

Actually now I am contemplating a LtA IC too. TMIC and WMI will probably be enough for my hp goals but I will be interested to hear how well LtA performs on yours.
I think TMIC are a bad idea, like FWD...lol...the heatsoak is inevitable with the intercooler siting over the engine, especialy in stop and go driving

I will post detail of my LTA setup tonight and show pics of my new stuff (oil drain line, meth injection throttle adapter, coolant overflow tank...)
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An LTA IC will be fine for daily driving and drag racing. If you plan on road racing your car, go air-to-air IC.
Yup...when you have a good air supply up front, air-to-air is best (FMIC)
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An LTA IC will be fine for daily driving and drag racing. If you plan on road racing your car, go air-to-air IC.
Thanks, that sounds like good advice.

So you differentiate between daily driving and drag racing ?

The only race track my CX7 will ever see is about ¼ mile long with no corners and that will just be for fun to see what it can do.

I think part of the poor performance of the CX7 from a standing start in traffic is heatsoak and high BATS leading to the ECU compensating. WMI will help compensate for that. So at the moment I am planning to switch from E30 to WMI for octane boosting.

I don't know how torquemaniac plans to drive his but mine is a lot of fun to drive as a sleeper and give people a shock when the lights turn green and this 1800kg "car" sprints off into the distance (leaving a haze of black smoke from running a bit rich).
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So you differentiate between daily driving and drag racing ?
No, I differentiate between drag and road racing.
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I don't know how torquemaniac plans to drive his but mine is a lot of fun to drive as a sleeper and give people a shock when the lights turn green and this 1800kg "car" sprints off into the distance (leaving a haze of black smoke from running a bit rich).
I also like to drive it hard, but I got used to the extra HP/TQ and am bored now...also, the freakin hybrid boost control setup is not working as planned (poor boost response)...i will go with a simple 3-port with the HY35

I cant wait to push around 30psi of boost...its gonna be real amazing
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LTA setup



Since the system will be filled with vacuum (got a pump that can pull -29in/hg) to prevent air pocket, I decided to put an overflow tank to make space for coolant expansion (the overflow tank is right over the pump suction side...there should be a nice vortex in the tank when the pump is running)



Top port is for the vacuum line







Meth adapter for the throttle body





Stainless compression spring for the valve body upgrade



Parts of the exhaust build kit...Vibrant race cat and bellow for the dump pipe...only thing left to do is the venturi slashcut for the exhaust to PVC line



And finally the dreaded oil drain line...this was a real PITA to bend properly











The fit of the drain line is very close to the manifold runner, but this is the best I can do with the top-mount setup while respecting the Holset specs











Estimated upper and lower drain line mating (rubber hose will be cut to during the fit on the engine)



Super-duper hose...this shit needs to be cut with a saw (metal wire reinforced)



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exhaust wrapping the manifold and the oil drain?
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exhaust wrapping the manifold and the oil drain?
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I think part of the poor performance of the CX7 from a standing start in traffic is heatsoak and high BATS leading to the ECU compensating. WMI will help compensate for that. So at the moment I am planning to switch from E30 to WMI for octane boosting.
Dont forget the weight and the atx tranny but for BAt at iddling, the main cause seem to be the map sensor sit inside the aluminium intake bolted to the engine head. even with a fmic, the air temp rise when there isn't much air flow around the map to cool it down. As soon as you create more air flow around the map, you read the real air temp entering the intake and see the bat droping quickl. It is probably worst with tmic but at iddle, you barely read intake metal temperature. plastic gasket could delay the result but i if someone know about a way to keep bat low at iddle, please tell me...
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Dont forget the weight and the atx tranny but for BAt at iddling, the main cause seem to be the map sensor sit inside the aluminium intake bolted to the engine head. even with a fmic, the air temp rise when there isn't much air flow around the map to cool it down. As soon as you create more air flow around the map, you read the real air temp entering the intake and see the bat droping quickl. It is probably worst with tmic but at iddle, you barely read intake metal temperature. plastic gasket could delay the result but i if someone know about a way to keep bat low at iddle, please tell me...
Changing the BAT sensor location could be a good start : Throttle Body Spacer

A real thick and insulating manifold gasket could also help (like 1'' thick Macor ceramic with PTFE on both side for sealing)
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FWIW I am running one of the JBR or SU 1/4" PTFE IM gaskets and it made a considerable difference in "measured" BATs. I can't imaging you having enough clearance for a 1" thick gasket...at least not with the MS3...the CX7 may have much more room.

again, I have to say very impressive work going on over here. It's always great to see the path less taken being the choice.

Example:

I have a buddy with a low mount GTX3582 on an '02 bugeye (subbie), complete custom build with a larger LAIC core than you have who is having some interesting trouble keeping things cool. roughly 600whp. He is running one of the Cobra heat exchanges (single pass IIRC) with cobra pump, top mount IC wrapped with a ton of insulation. at 80F * AMB temp he sees 140F BATs in a multi gear pull.

He is looking at building a 2 loop ice box system.

couple things here that may be causing the issue: he has an e-bay IC core, and a single pass HE, plus he is top mount. So with about the same investment in trialing the replacement of those he is looking at the modified icebox setup.

Loop 1 is the coolant filled LAIC system that will circulate, via home made copper coils through an igloo cooler filled with ice and rock salt, mounted in the trunk. (don't want to introduce salt to the main system due to corrosion.)

Loop 2 is the icebox with rock salt, ice and water. (IIRC typical ice box systems are 1 loop and only ice/water)

he will have a diverter valve to remove the heat exchanger from the loop when running the ice box (road race/Autox/drag) HE would actually heat things up in this scenario.

he can also use dry ice, although you'd have to be careful not to freeze the main loop at -100F temps of dry ice...lol

should be a cool setup/experimant if all pans out (pun intended)

looking forward to see how your LAIC setup pans out.
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FWIW I am running one of the JBR or SU 1/4" PTFE IM gaskets and it made a considerable difference in "measured" BATs. I can't imaging you having enough clearance for a 1" thick gasket...at least not with the MS3...the CX7 may have much more room.

again, I have to say very impressive work going on over here. It's always great to see the path less taken being the choice.

Example:

I have a buddy with a low mount GTX3582 on an '02 bugeye (subbie), complete custom build with a larger LAIC core than you have who is having some interesting trouble keeping things cool. roughly 600whp. He is running one of the Cobra heat exchanges (single pass IIRC) with cobra pump, top mount IC wrapped with a ton of insulation. at 80F * AMB temp he sees 140F BATs in a multi gear pull.

He is looking at building a 2 loop ice box system.

couple things here that may be causing the issue: he has an e-bay IC core, and a single pass HE, plus he is top mount. So with about the same investment in trialing the replacement of those he is looking at the modified icebox setup.

Loop 1 is the coolant filled LAIC system that will circulate, via home made copper coils through an igloo cooler filled with ice and rock salt, mounted in the trunk. (don't want to introduce salt to the main system due to corrosion.)

Loop 2 is the icebox with rock salt, ice and water. (IIRC typical ice box systems are 1 loop and only ice/water)

he will have a diverter valve to remove the heat exchanger from the loop when running the ice box (road race/Autox/drag) HE would actually heat things up in this scenario.

he can also use dry ice, although you'd have to be careful not to freeze the main loop at -100F temps of dry ice...lol

should be a cool setup/experimant if all pans out (pun intended)

looking forward to see how your LAIC setup pans out.
Does your buddy have a thread I can take a look at...just curious

One of the important thing about LTA setup, is to get rid of air pocket in the system...air trapped in the top part of the IC and heat exchanger can drasticaly affect the system cooling capacity (the Cobra pumps flow is not that great, so air pocket can easily set in)

Flow (gpm) is know to improve cooling capacity, but good pumps for LTA setup are pretty expensive (300$+)

From what I read, single pass vs dual pass heat exchanger performance difference are not that big...its mostly a question of intake and exit port position

If your buddy's build is fully custom, did he take care of air flow management through the engine bay...if the flow is not right, the heat exchanger wont do much...

If the intake is in the engine bay (SRI), the turbo is pumping already hot air, and this can be made worse with bad flow through the engine bay

I can share some link about air flow management if you want....its pretty easy to measure pressure zones in the engine bay with a Magnehelic gauge!
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thanks for the input on the various potential issues...I know zero about LAIC.. I'll pass those along and see where his thread is.
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Originally Posted by torquemaniac View Post
Changing the BAT sensor location could be a good start : Throttle Body Spacer

A real thick and insulating manifold gasket could also help (like 1'' thick Macor ceramic with PTFE on both side for sealing)
I never tried a thickier gasket because i would expect it just delay the time it takes for the IM to reach the same temperature. But if Dano say it help a lot, i will think about it once more...Maybe the air flow can cool the whole IM and the gasket retain enough heat to be beat by air flow cooling...?

The TB spacer with map relocation is a very nice idea. I may try this one first. Peoples that replace the map should probably left the oem one at stock location and use that spacer with the new map and the convertion pigtail...Since it is a pressure and T reading, i don't see any problems of doing it...?
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@torquemaniac; -- @Travisms3; can probably lend a bit of insight. He's been running a custom LTA setup, and is in the process of re-designing it to better perform. One of his main gripes with his current setup is related to the pump -- just not enough flow. The pumps are expensive, yes -- but without a good pump, you're not going to stay cool for long.
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@torquemaniac; -- @Travisms3; can probably lend a bit of insight. He's been running a custom LTA setup, and is in the process of re-designing it to better perform. One of his main gripes with his current setup is related to the pump -- just not enough flow. The pumps are expensive, yes -- but without a good pump, you're not going to stay cool for long.
Yes the pump is key!. I got a cx racing pump because it is rated to flow more than the bosch cobra pump (and its cheaper) but it is crap. Here is the one I'm looking to replace it with

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mez-wp136s

I have the same issue the subbie above has, my BATs climb through out a pull. But 15 seconds later they drop right back down. I believe this is due to lack flow, so the water in the intercooler is not flowing through the system fast enough. I noticed an improvement when I went to larger lines and fittings. @Dano; I would have your friend upgrade his pump and look for choke points in the system before adding all of those complicated ice box loops for marginal improvement.

I have also considered putting additional inlets and out lets on the intercooler because I feel that there are sections of the intercooler that are not flowing water evenly.
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We had a guy that poster a LTA project for ms3 in our m3qc forum and he started with a small core and had is BAT going too high during long wot pull. According to what he said, he got delta T of abou 45-50F between is IAT and BAT during these long pull and normal pull was more looking for 20-25F. Still using k04.

He swaped for a larger IC and it seem to help him a lot...
I can't link the post because it is in a private section but according to pictures the last one was looking a bit larger than yours. I will give him the link of this post ask him to show up and talk about it...Maybe he will...
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Yes the pump is key!. I got a cx racing pump because it is rated to flow more than the bosch cobra pump (and its cheaper) but it is crap. Here is the one I'm looking to replace it with

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mez-wp136s

I have the same issue the subbie above has, my BATs climb through out a pull. But 15 seconds later they drop right back down. I believe this is due to lack flow, so the water in the intercooler is not flowing through the system fast enough. I noticed an improvement when I went to larger lines and fittings. @Dano; I would have your friend upgrade his pump and look for choke points in the system before adding all of those complicated ice box loops for marginal improvement.

I have also considered putting additional inlets and out lets on the intercooler because I feel that there are sections of the intercooler that are not flowing water evenly.
I find it odd that all LTA intercooler and heat exchanger on the market have crappy end tanks...this probably affect flow through the core like you stated...this I will investigate for the future, but for now its staying as is because im starting the build today

To be on the good side, I use 3/4ID hose with only straight barb fitting (cuz the 90 degree barb will really hinder flow)...the system will also be filled under vacuum prevent air pocket

One of my early inspiration @bnoon; had a LTA setup that was running great...maybe he can chime in!

If you dont want to pay big dollars for the pump, you can use two Bosch pumps (in-series will increase pressure, and in-parallel will increase flow)
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