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Old 01-21-2006, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Going DOHC ZC Turbo

I'm sure many of you saw my post "starting my turbo kit" where I turbo'd a Y7 in my EK hatchback. I had an ZC EG5 front clip come back(I import and sell jdm engines) with a rod knock, good thing I had 2 I gave him the other one. Turned out whoever our supplier got the car from had filled it full of "engine fix" or some crap, because it was fine until the customer changed the oil. Anyway this ZC is going to get some LS rods and upgraded pistons, and will replace my 150K+ mile Y7. With it will be installed the ZC tranny and axles, maybe an OBX LSD being this tranny is the large bearing size. I'm planning on doing the block filling process posted by CCfab, and will keep the steps posted up here with some pics as time allows. Looking forward to dumping about 14-15psi into it!
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