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Ihellagooddriver

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  1. This is basically how it sits right now.. with a different air cleaner assembly... still working out some kinks and plan to clean things up...
  2. After the turbo went... and send metal to the pan I tore the whole thing down and cleaned everything
  3. Trial and error netted a burned up turbo in 200 miles... due to oil starvation... oh well $96 lesson.. oil resrictors are for ball bearing turbos only
  4. Then money went to a back burner project stay tuned for that one
  5. Srry been busy, really busy the last few weeks haven’t played with the turbo Jeep at all but I will update you and get you up to speed to where I am right now I re did all the up piping and added a fmic, an external gate, and blow off valve
  6. I read something about the rhd Jeeps fans being a drop in for the “passenger” side
  7. Then this happened! Ebay $96!! The black marker is the a/r specs on the first turbo.. the blue pen is the t04b that’s my current setup...it’s size is near perfect for the 4.0 imo and I'm 99% positive that with my planned mod it will be perfect... I think I can improve flow to and from the turbo and clean up the charge pipe flow a bit.. as well as the internal mods that will be disclosed as they get installed ... stay tuned for that... in the mean time enjoy these photos till I get time to upload moreb
  8. This system taught me never use junkyard turbos... it lasted maybe 2 hrs before it started billowing smoke and dumping oil
  9. It kinda worked... I found that the fuel pump was junk right away got another in it for free
  10. Phase one was just for proof of concept used a swap meet $12 Buick turbo and some summit u bends and connector pieces...very little money was invested initially I ended up doing some measuring and the trailer bed idea was born... Sears Roebuck utility trailer sacrificed its last as a trailer and got welded on
  11. Then I got a really good deal.. one I couldn’t pass up.. and that’s when I committed and researched my face off and found out it could be done and it was on!!
  12. Then I got room and time and got it in the garage to start figuring out a more forever fuel tank location... got a set of stock hpd30 and non c clip d35 installed and a customized 3.5” lift .. zone lcas rough country springs and rancho oil shocks sua in the rear w/ stock 70s 2wdChevy front shocks on custom upper mounts in the rear rises and drives amazing on 31s
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