Quick update on this project/ daily driver, I had had it up on a lift today for a little bit and decided to do a update on how it's holding up. First off the exaust had been redone from scratch the most forward resonator has been deleted to help spool time. This allowed me to repossession the turbo forward a inch and up 1 1/2 inches from it's old location. Second benefit I got from this change was to reclock the turbos cold side 90 degrees this removed the charge pipes I had running on the exaust and instead ran them above the fuel filler neck. Other changes include under the hood, were I fabbed up a intake charge pipe for looks using 2 cans of propane and filler rods
.the intake (is) powder coated black, with blue mopar stickers and silver strips and then a high glossy top coat of powder. The oil filter was moved to the top of the engine (because race car) and finally oil return has been moved to driver side valve cover which I also powercoated. Other mods not turbo related includes a few of my last continued projects. This includes dewraping my interior and finished leather interior in black one blue, TPMS added along with mopar calpiers track rotors and 300m special rims with 245/45/18s rear camber arms.
next up the trunk has had a little change. The battery has been moved to the right rear passenger seat back this change required me to swap to the 60/ 40 folding m seats as well for easy access. Cup holders have been added to the rear along with a 7 inch tablet to keep company happy during any trips, this also adds a hidden space behind the seats due to the 2 shallow mount 10s in the back. That space I use to hide most of the mess in my car. Current under development mods as of now are. Quad HID headlights with day time running white and flashing amber turn signal strips, a massive rear diffuser (my favorite mod atm) and body work. I have not made much progress with turning up the boost I'm currently sitting on a aem 6, pt cruiser map sensor intake air temp sensor and a lap top learning about this stuff before I install it. Currently only a high high flow fuel pump with a regular installed but the pcm just shortens the duty cycle to what it wants no matter what I do so no surprise there. Well, that about it for now.
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Driving a sedan isn't the best thing ever but adding power to it sure puts a smile on your face.