2006 CGM A4 Gone but not forgotten.
2006 IBM M6 New GTO!
2014 SS A6
Originally Posted by AlphaEden...
you're quite the manwhore now aren't you
Originally Posted by email@example.com...
Owing a GTO is like marrying a stripper. You know it's wrong and it's going to end badly, but the sex is so hot you can't help yourself.
Originally Posted by Brians Goat...
No he ain't doing no freaking manwhoring, he has a collar around his neck lately, he rarely shows up anymore on Saturday's and when he does he usually has some HOT babe with him who causes him to constantly drool and walk funny!!!!!!!
I'll try to take a pic tonight.
The motor is in. Turbos are mounted, oil lines ran and return lines ran.
all turbo piping is ran , fitted and welded out except one downpipe(kinda had a warpping issue, have to build another one) Fuel lines are ran, POV and wastegate are mounted. All the wire looms are "sretched" that needed to be lenghthened. Waiting on bung to weld in gas tank.
Put the battery in it the other night and powered it up, nothing started smoking so that was a good thing.Mounted the boost controller and a couple gauges. Have a temp exhaust hnging under it so it won't be straigth out of downpipes when I do hit the key.
might be able to start it in a week or so if the parts show up and I get time.
here's the latest picture..ran fuel lines for new rails and regulator. BOV welded on intake tube. ran temp fuel line to stock fuel rails. Brakes and clutch bled.
Since the car has been cut in half a couple time and several wiring harness had to be lengthened, I plan to start it on the old rails with the stock intake. I'll just take the BOV tube off and hook stock one up. Then after I know it runs I'll change to new rails and all that.
I just need to upload the software with the rear O2's turned off and hit the key I think. I will probably sit on it a day or so before I do start it though..just to think of things I might have missed.
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