The FMIC is done & works like a charm. As Kevin had assumed...I had a pesky leak somewhere....well, I don't anymore. The car is so much more responsive to the throttle now...no real lag per say...just unadultered raw power. I DO h/e need to cut my bumper. There's alot of IC hiding behind that bumper.
FYI, Kevin & I had discussed fitment issues, because as we Jamaicans (esp my Father) like to say...it's a "big rass-clat horse-rearing" (another way to say it's fugging huge) chunk of metal. Well, the radiator mount at the bottom had to be moved around so that the IC could sit up high enough not to be damaged by pot holes/speed bumps, small children etc. The windshield washer container, which is usually subsituted for a smaller one & relocated was yanked & tossed by yours truly, so the pipes would fit.
I don't even have 2 wipers on the car, just the driver side one. & the hell with nozzles on the hood! That's weight savings right there!
Anyhow, now I am waiting on my brake kit to get here. Next on the list will be an EMS system. Thankfully, there are 2 tuning shops here that have dynos. I'm still thinking about the GReddy E-Manage, but if the MS system that Kev is using is better & I may go with that. H/e, the guys here don't know wtf MS is...but they are familiar with E-Manage...so...I may just go that route & get the thing tuned by a pro. After that, it's on to the body of the beast. Burnt Orange with Black Flake is on the menu for the body after reconstructive surgery for the dents, dings & misc scratches. I will also have the valve cover painted to match. I'm hoping to do the paint in the Summer time. Also, I have been hearing through the grapevines that a Turkish tuning mag wants to show the Turboyata some love. I guess a few laps in front of a crowd turned some heads. Of course stay tuned & expect shout outs to all the peeps that contributed in some manner.
Ant...hook me up with a sticker or two...or something...support ya troops! Haha.
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