Update: Got another one of my self gifts for Christmas lol.
I haven't really messed with it but there isn't much room in the bar for the can yet. Good thing I was already going to delete my ac. I also haven't played with how the lines are going to run. This is going to be awesome when it's installed.
RB25 turbo w/ outlet adapter
intake pipe w/ filter
Spoolin Performance 2.5" downpipe
2.5" raceland exhaust cutout
Ported DRAG manifold
Tial 38mm wastegate with 3 different springs (up to 10psi)
Wastegate dump tube
RC 440cc injectors (saturated; no resistor box needed!)
Oil feed and return lines
OBD2-OPBD1 conversion harness with dual map switch wired in
Dyno-tuned chip (put it in any chipped ECU)
-Tuned with Neptune by Jei @ Blacktrax
Then once I get my first paycheck of the summer I will be buying the following.
Cx Racing Charge Piping
AEM Digital Boost Gauge
AEM UEGO A/F Gauge
Dual A-Pillar Gauge Pod
Then with the next couple of paychecks I will be replacing my interior I just sold off with the following.
Autopower Race Rollbar
Corbeau Forza 2 and Bracket
G-Force 6 Point Harness.
Stock Passenger Seat and Seatbelt.
This is just the stuff that costs money. I will also be doing the following.
Relocate the battery to the trunk
Remove Sound Deadener
Install Breather Setup
Install PW:JDM VC Bolt Kit
Install Carbon Spark Plug Cover
Custom Faux Fog Lights
Install Aerocatch Hood Pins
Swapping the glass sunroof for a black 4th gen sunroof
Paint the rear deck matte black (reflective as **** on the back glass)
Remove the trunk spring
Remove Wiper Fluid Reservoir (charge piping)
And some other stuff I can't recall at the moment including various tasks and parts I have stashed.
Decided I'm going to be ceramic coating the exhaust components and heat reflective tape wrapping the intake and charge piping. Also going to convert the turbo to external wastegate permanently by welding the internal wastegate flapper shut and removing the rod and actuator assembly. And I'm buying a turbo blanket.
So I have plans to turn this radio delete into a switch board. Going to have four toggle switches with amber indicator lights and a battery disconnect mounted in it with an aluminum backing plate and some extra support to mount it.
Here are the parts I was planning on using or at least similar to what I want to use.
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