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Nosrac's 88 Coup Restoration by nosrac
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Looking good Terrance...can't wait to see in the car
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Aw, I really liked those gold 5 spoke wheels. That's exactly what I want on my car when it's time for new shoes.
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Aw, I really liked those gold 5 spoke wheels. That's exactly what I want on my car when it's time for new shoes.


I plan on using Gold Plastic Dip on these current ones. I just wasn't feeling the other ones after they were mounted on the car.
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It's in!

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Now, I have the stopping powah. 12" C4 brakes and 325# coil overs

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Looking very nice man!!

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Back 2 the grind bump but the work keeps piling up.
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Prepped for 90mm low profile headlight s

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Raised the trunk for a larger exhaust system and future turbo.





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Nice work dude! I have to say, the first set of wheels looked WAY better.
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Nice work dude! I have to say, the first set of wheels looked WAY better.


LOL, I did like the look but they didn't fit as well as the new ones. The fronts stuck out a tad bit on the gold wheels, as I got 17x7 with 35offset. you can't tell as much if you are lowered enough but I can't seem to get my car's stance in the front right.

The new set fronts are 18x7 with a 45 offset. Also, I was able to get two additional wider wheels for the rear in the same style for the drag radials making for 6 total, (18x8.5 and 18X9.5) vs (17x8) in the gold.
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Still a lot of work to do but I'm making good progress.

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PLX devices to monitor, log data, and Tune! Still waiting on the mail for my PLX wideband and Bluetooth 4.1 multilink adapter to stream to my phone.

OLD OBD2 vs PLX KIWI3

The KIWI3 will allow integration of wireless boost and wideband data to my iPhone for tuning.
The OLD OBD interface didn't work with an iPhone and couldn't get wideband data and only up to 12 psi boost that the PCM sees. I don't think the 2 map boost value is 100% accurate and the narrowband is inadequate.
I really didn't want to run wires through the firewall to get accurate wideband and boost data that I had to use my DHP to log it which is cumbersome and unreliable when logging data.



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This car is really coming together nicely!!
 
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Did you have to modify the HVAC ducting on the drivers side to install the 5 1/4" speaker? I've read in other threads that sometimes the magnet will interfere and some people have had to reshape the duct with a heat gun.
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This car is really coming together nicely!!

Did you have to modify the HVAC ducting on the drivers side to install the 5 1/4" speaker? I've read in other threads that sometimes the magnet will interfere and some people have had to reshape the duct with a heat gun.


No I don't think so. IIRC it was just the speaker grill.
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I have to redo the TB as it interfered with the decklid. My SC is a tad bit too high and is causing clearance issues. I ordered a ZZP SC turndown adapter so the TB will clear the decklid. I also picked up an 84 decklid hoping that would solve the clearance issues but it didn't. I hope to run the 84 lid when I get her turboed in the future but it will require a custom turbo intake. Can anyone make me a custom aluminum Intake (BV MotorSports) ???



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LOL, I did like the look but they didn't fit as well as the new ones. The fronts stuck out a tad bit on the gold wheels, as I got 17x7 with 35offset. you can't tell as much if you are lowered enough but I can't seem to get my car's stance in the front right.

The new set fronts are 18x7 with a 45 offset. Also, I was able to get two additional wider wheels for the rear in the same style for the drag radials making for 6 total, (18x8.5 and 18X9.5) vs (17x8) in the gold.


For sure, on an 88 you want a 45-48mm offset on the front or its gonna rub/stick out. Loving your build.
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PLX devices to monitor, log data, and Tune! Still waiting on the mail for my PLX wideband and Bluetooth 4.1 multilink adapter to stream to my phone.

OLD OBD2 vs PLX KIWI3

The KIWI3 will allow integration of wireless boost and wideband data to my iPhone for tuning.
The OLD OBD interface didn't work with an iPhone and couldn't get wideband data and only up to 12 psi boost that the PCM sees. I don't think the 2 map boost value is 100% accurate and the narrowband is inadequate.
I really didn't want to run wires through the firewall to get accurate wideband and boost data that I had to use my DHP to log it which is cumbersome and unreliable when logging data.



If you aren't using the EGR, you can use that to datalog the WBO2 in the ECU. There is a file you have to load in HPT and obviously run the egr wire in the engine bay to the WBO2. IIRC, it was FieroGuru or John at Intense that told me about it.

Alos, what expansion tank are you using there on the left side of the engine bay?
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For sure, on an 88 you want a 45-48mm offset on the front or its gonna rub/stick out. Loving your build.


Yes, I found out the hard way $$$. That is the main reasons why I changed wheels. I wasn't feeling how the fronts stuck out. It wasn't bad but still it wasn't what I wanted.
Luckly, I was able to sell them quickly so I was able to get some that fit like I expected. I would love a custom intake like the one you had but I need something low profile.
A simple cylinder like FieroX had or a rectangular box is what I am looking for.
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If you aren't using the EGR, you can use that to datalog the WBO2 in the ECU. There is a file you have to load in HPT and obviously run the egr wire in the engine bay to the WBO2. IIRC, it was FieroGuru or John at Intense that told me about it.

Also, what expansion tank are you using there on the left side of the engine bay?


It is a C4 Corvette surge tank. I got the idea from someone on the forum. Hell, most of my ideas are from someone on the forum. If it looks good and you shared it with the world then I'm borrowing it...lol

BTW, No EGR wiring so I had to go another route.

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Thats the way it should be. We all should share information. Whats the point of posting about something and keeping the details secret, other than to rub it everyone's face? That's my opinion. As for my old intake for the turbo 3800. It would be easy to recreate and you wouldnt have to make an exact copy. However, the T/B & LIM kinda dictate the overall design. John at Intense Racing and I have chatted about this very subject at length. We shared designs that we drew up for custom intake that would replace the LIM and UIM and include a heat exchanger for W2A intercooling. Whats funny is our designs were nearly identical! Now that I am at the shop I can actually make this happen. Dave and Antonio take my ideas seriously and they can fabricate/manufacture all sorts of cool things. You should see the intake they made for this customers 280z turbo. Its incredible. Anyway, if you ever need more pics of that custom UIM I had, just let me know. Just start with a supercharger to LIM gasket and N* TB adapter plate and make your own!

p.s. thanks for the info on the surge tank. I am looking for a better tank for my W2A reservoir.

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Installed a hood release thingie for the deckild. Gracefully stole from FieroGuru.



Tried on my spoiler to insure hood release will hold up under the added weight. BTW, do I need to use SMC to permanently install it? The screws are not long enough for me to bolt it down.



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The screws are not long enough for me to bolt it down.



I'd get longer bolts, is that not workable?
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I'd get longer bolts, is that not workable?


I don't think the existing bolts are removable to put longer ones in.
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Inspiration: Not mine but I likie. I don't have the Aero package on mine but that could change if I don't like how my coup turns out.



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Love that black car and you are well on your way to it man. Nice work. That motor is looking SWEET!!

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Looks and sounds great man congrats on the successful startup. What is that app on your phone and how does it hook to the system? That wing is looking sweet.

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The app is torque and it connects via Bluetooth from the OBDII wireless adapter.
I also have the PLX MultiGauge app that I was simultaneously running on my other phone.
However, that was the phone I was using for the video so I couldn't show it.

I'm running a temporary restrictive exhaust now to quiet it up some so I can run it at home without causing an earthquake but have a real exhaust system waiting to get built.
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Engine and Trans on Cradle





i don't see an A/C compressor. my A/C compressor and the p-log are touching, a little scared that it will overheat the compressor and make is a short lived a/c environment.
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i don't see an A/C compressor. my A/C compressor and the p-log are touching, a little scared that it will overheat the compressor and make is a short lived a/c environment.


I think I put some header wrap between the two. IIRC, Mine is very close but not touching

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How "thick" would you say that spoiler is at the center?
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How "thick" would you say that spoiler is at the center?


About 2.5"
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About 2.5"
gracias!

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I do like that bronze finish on the valve covers and supercharger.
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