Winter build...

Old 11-12-2009, 05:23 PM
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Winter build...

So the winter months are coming and since I have gotten my supercharger I have decided to make the jump for more boost and the real power. So I have decided to start stock piling all my parts needed to do so over the winter, Figured Id share my build and progress


So... Here is what I plan on getting over the winter


Injectors- I.D. 725cc
http://w.mawebcenters.com/evanstunin.../725cc-id.html

3 Bar map sensor

Aem wide band and serial gauge
http://w.mawebcenters.com/evanstunin...ego-gauge.html
http://w.mawebcenters.com/evanstunin...eam-gauge.html


Science of speed Sport clutch
http://www.scienceofspeed.com/produc.../Sport_Clutch/

SOS larger heat exchanger
http://www.scienceofspeed.com/produc...ger%5Fupgrade/

SOS 3" pulley
http://www.scienceofspeed.com/produc...00_SC_pulleys/

SOS gauge pod
http://www.scienceofspeed.com/produc...00/pillar_pod/


AEM EMS


J's Racing headers "maybe" Toda instead
http://www.evasivemotorsports.com/Me...&Store_Code=EM

ASM ss Single 70mm Exhaust
http://www.evasivemotorsports.com/Me...de=ASM_EXHAUST



I think that should do it and I am hoping to net around 400whp when all said and done. I must say after you get into F/I its very very addicting
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Your quite a lad RL, you know you wont get your money back but, good to see your enjoying yourself.
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Ya of course I know that, Building it for my self not to make $$. When we all bought the S we knew we would be taking a loss on selling it in a few years
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One thing is that when your old and grey and fartin all the time, you'll smile to yourself when you remember your little s2000, ( mark my words )
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haha yea I can agree with that
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nice man, whats your hp goal set at right now?
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Originally Posted by JDMzimbo View Post
nice man, whats your hp goal set at right now?
My goal is around 400whp I may come a little short though, Right now Im not sure what Im at I have seen anywhere from 280-305whp on stock boost on the comptech
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You'll love the AEM EMS. Its amazing.
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Originally Posted by RL1924 View Post

I think that should do it and I am hoping to net around 400whp when all said and done. I must say after you get into F/I its very very addicting
Tell me about it! I went nuts with a 24PSI, forged 2 liter in my MazdaSpeed.
It has 96 hours of work in the long-block alone!

This crap cost more than my Stewie

http://www.mazdas247.com/forum/showt...highlight=lube

http://www.mazdas247.com/forum/showt...hlight=odyssey



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Old 11-15-2009, 06:54 PM
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Got my Injectors and Map sensor... Just ordered the SOS clutch today
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Yea kinda went out on a limb being not many reviews on there clutch but the few that have gotten it seem to be happy
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Good luck on the build..
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Little update... Got everything I need for spring. Just need the EMS and tune which im going to do after getting the clutch installed and broken in.

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Nice man!
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Well forgot about this thread but figured id give an update...

Getting the car back tomorrow, larger front mount installed , clutch, gauges, spark plugs, oil change, and new header all done. I also took out my aftercooler and plug cover for a nice polishing looks much cleaner now.
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This is interesting, let us know how it progresses. Feel free to post pics aswell
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