This is the trunk connector, I already forgot what this was called. It definetly isnt the M2, that resides in the engine bay
Some new parts – this is a intake air temperature sensor, which turned out to be too short.
Crank angle position sensor wired
Had an idea to slightly drill one of the holes on the stock intake bigger to fit the intake temp sensor. In the end, there wasnt enough material to tap the thread and I had to find a different solution
Nuke filter and radium damper 😀
Someone was selling a E153 gearbox from a JDM import SW20 – I had to go and buy it. The guy selling the gearbox told me that this was the only bit of that SW20 still in sale – he had sold everything else, including the twin plate clutch.
Well, japanese dont just swap in a clutch and leave the gearbox untouched. When I got back, I peeked inside through speed sensor hole and woooo-hooo! A Kaaz LSD inside! 😀 picture below is just from the drive shaft side.
ECU powers up from stock wiring loom!
Why did you choose that fuel filter and damper? Also have you or for see any issues with the angle of the turbo drain? Really considering that MRP manifold.
Both of the damper and the fuel filter were 100% ethanol compatible. Many of the other manufacturers didnt have any info about which fuels were compatible with their products and these were somewhat easily available. Nuke filter had a paper filter element which I replaced with metallic filter element.
No problems with the drain yet, but the car hasnt been driven properly yet 🙂
You should ask Mr. Manon about this specific manifold directly. His new AW11 manifold model looks bit different on the pics he has on his pages.
Ah okay, I didn’t realize you were running E85…awesome page man definitely going to be learning a lot from it. I bit the bullet and ordered from him, I’m sure I’ll be very happy with the product! Can’t wait lol
Thank you! Good to hear that my ramblings are useful! About E85, i’m still missing few parts. Stock aluminum fuel rail needs to be anodized or replaced and I need a ethanol content sensor + a decent tune.