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3800 Turbo Build by nosrac
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Report this Post07-23-2012 10:44 AM Click Here to See the Profile for BV MotorSportsClick Here to Email BV MotorSportsSend a Private Message to BV MotorSportsEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Oh my........ Can you even say pimp slap and then post a vid like that?

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So, any real results here? Did you set the boost right yet? Antilag?

Or are we still dissapointed in how slow it is?
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Report this Post07-24-2012 08:36 AM Click Here to See the Profile for LFiero67Click Here to Email LFiero67Send a Private Message to LFiero67Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
What date are you going Dark? My next trip is coming up too. The track this time doesn't mind if you bend some rules, so no 135mph limit on this outing

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Originally posted by LFiero67:

What date are you going Dark? My next trip is coming up too. The track this time doesn't mind if you bend some rules, so no 135mph limit on this outing



Hopefully Aug 2nd-3rd.
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Rocky is going to run an event in august around the 18th 19th FYI Lfiero67...
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Working then. Heading to Swift Current August 11&12 though. Have to replace my fuel pump, looks like it crapped out, and get the car ready for then. On the bright side, the L36 put up with 16 lbs of boost and 18:1 Air Fuel Ratio when the pump died last weekend, still in one piece.

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What pump were you running? Troy was very impressed with your car in Lethbridge. I told him I plan on copying your set up..He may have to bump the NOS in the 383 car to keep up..lol..
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Working then. Heading to Swift Current August 11&12 though. Have to replace my fuel pump, looks like it crapped out, and get the car ready for then. On the bright side, the L36 put up with 16 lbs of boost and 18:1 Air Fuel Ratio when the pump died last weekend, still in one piece.




Hey man I just thought you would like to know that MY fiero 3800 turbo is WAY faster than yours.... Alls I need is an engine, tranny, mounts, harness, turbo, piping, flanges, intercooler, sensors, an intake, a cam, some tuning, a computer, and and and and...... aw hell who am I kidding. I'm not worthy!!!! hehehe peace

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Aeromotive 340lph. Car was very unhappy. Ran a 2.60 100' time popping and banging from being way too lean(best with blower was 2.29 and it 60' better now). Troy won the ultimate street car challenge with that 383 Fiero. He sure can drive an autocross . New pump should be here tomorrow...

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Originally posted by LFiero67:

Aeromotive 340lph. Car was very unhappy. Ran a 2.60 100' time popping and banging from being way too lean(best with blower was 2.29 and it 60' better now). Troy won the ultimate street car challenge with that 383 Fiero. He sure can drive an autocross . New pump should be here tomorrow...


Did u do the fuel pump rewire?
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10 gauge off alternator to relay to upgraded tank wiring harness. Pretty much nothing stock, racetronix Hotwire kit, tank bulkhead and 4-wire harness - ready for double pump setup if necessary. This pump is supposed to support 900 crank hp though. Worked fine up until last weekend.

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New combo : Billet 6262 Precision turbo, PT1001 intercooler, ST1 cam, 130lb springs, comp pushrods, HV3, ARP Rod bolts, otherwise stock L36.
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Yeah with Troy working at kal tire he gets a bit of extra play time with the suspension for setting that car up the way he wants. Plus if i remember correctly it has the held motorsports control arms on it too..For a big V8 it sure can kick ass in autocrossing..
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Report this Post07-27-2012 06:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for LFiero67Click Here to Email LFiero67Send a Private Message to LFiero67Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Any updates? New video? Anything? Mines sitting, need something to motivate me lol.
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Originally posted by LFiero67:

Any updates? New video? Anything? Mines sitting, need something to motivate me lol.


No, not yet. I am remounting the IC, intake piping, and cleaning up some vac lines.

I plan on building my trunk back and will make it removable, so I can easily service the turbo.

So basically I am making the engine bay mo' purdy and it's a lot more challenging than I thought.

I am also thinking about running dual IC pumps as I THINK I need more flow.

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I am also thinking about running dual IC pumps as I THINK I need more flow.



Doubtful.

What makes you think you need more?

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What are you running now? A single 20gpm pump should be enough. I run a meziere 20gpm remote electric with 3/4" lines, 20 degrees over ambient at 18-20lbs, and I think I have air in my intercooler. I need to remove it and make an air bleed at the top.
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Report this Post07-28-2012 11:20 AM Click Here to See the Profile for JncomuttClick Here to Email JncomuttSend a Private Message to JncomuttEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I wouldn't bother with 2 pumps, just get one that has some decent ratings if yours doesn't pump enough. Some people say faster is better, some say too fast is bad too. I'm running a 20 gpm and have been happy.
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Originally posted by LFiero67:

What are you running now? A single 20gpm pump should be enough. I run a meziere 20gpm remote electric with 3/4" lines, 20 degrees over ambient at 18-20lbs, and I think I have air in my intercooler. I need to remove it and make an air bleed at the top.


I have a Bosch cobra pump. It did flow well but I have changed my IC setup and it doesn't seem like it moves the water like before.

I used to look in the reservoir and you could see water swirling around and moving pretty well. Now it barely moves.

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I have a Bosch cobra pump. It did flow well but I have changed my IC setup and it doesn't seem like it moves the water like before.

I used to look in the reservoir and you could see water swirling around and moving pretty well. Now it barely moves.



Maybe still some air in the system......
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If you mount the pump just after your reservoir, and below the reservoir outlet the pump will always self prime. It is hard to get the air out in a Fiero especially if you have a front mount heat exchanger, the hoses go down and up so many times, the air tends to get trapped unless the pump moves alot of water.
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It's probably just air in the system. It will also pump faster when it was 14+ volts too it while the car is running. I always pull a hose off the top of my intercooler and let it run out on the ground for a few minutes while i'm filling the reservoir. It takes a little bit for it to start pumping strong. Then I connect the hose back up while that car is still on.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1icToqFqr0

Dialing some stuff in on the street tires.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1icToqFqr0

Dialing some stuff in on the street tires.


Wow, Very Impressive!

Antilag launch?
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Figures, got the fuel pump fixed up, lots of pressure now. Second WOT run and Pop, lots of exhaust noise:



Guess I will have it welded up. Might modify it to allow more clearance to the alternator while I'm at it. Should be ready to go for Aug. 11, Dark, you better get a 9 this week

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I've seen that before with the zzp plogs.

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Almost finished the necessary clearance to build back my 1/2 trunk.







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Wow, Very Impressive!

Antilag launch?


yep, all I can make is 5 psi right now.. think my injector orings are leaking alot.
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Starting



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oooo very nice. I've been too lazy to finish my trunk. I did build it from the start to still retain a half trunk but i'd rather drive it than work on it.

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Turbo.... what Turbo??
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Good work! It looks much cleaner with the trunk back in.

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Finished


+1 for cleanest 3800t swap.

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+1 for cleanest 3800t swap.



Agreed. That's pretty.
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Looks damn good...With the 100+ degree weather I am betting a lot of sweat and a little blood went into getting it looking good...
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Originally posted by MstangsBware:

Looks damn good...With the 100+ degree weather I am betting a lot of sweat and a little blood went into getting it looking good...


And you already know, Sweating bullets and cut fingertips but it was a labor of love....

Now to get the tune dialed in...and to put some miles on her then I'm going to the track when the weather cools off some.

My AC works now....No Supercharged heater...A Ginormous A/W IC...Real Heat wrap...

Under the decklid and in the car temps are Ice berg cool...Brrrr

Yeaaaah Bouy !

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Nosrac,
Bravo man way to comeback from that problem. It looks really REALLY good now man and I am sure you are pleased. Can't wait to see that monster ripping down the track. Excellent work. Peace

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Wow, looks really clean! Love it!
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You just wait till I post my finished pics... I hear it will be done in 2 weeks..... LOL
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You just wait till I post my finished pics... I hear it will be done in 2 weeks..... LOL


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you talking about this one? lol





Sure, it will look clean when nothing is connected. No belt, shift cables, plug wires, engine mount, breather, etc. Even before all that, Nosrac's still looks cleaner.

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