Turbo type4 fastback:)

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jonas n
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Turbo type4 fastback:)

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Hi guys!
Im starting a little thread about my type4 turbo project...
Here´s some specs:

1971cc GE engine
44x38 squareport heads,GB swivel adjusters,1700 rockershafts..
270´cam, solid lifters 30mm oilpump.
volvo turbo(mitsubishi td04hl16t) saab 9-3 aero intercooler..
Megasquirt injection msd 6a ignition
091 transmission,kennedy stage 2 pressureplate.

The car is a type 3 -69...
dynoed to 234hp and 345 nm :D
1/8 mile in 8,77sec

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the engine...

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The geabox is broken right now and i´m gonna do some mods to the engine and so on....
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MASSIVE TYPE IV
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Post by MASSIVE TYPE IV »

Great job! did you make the carbon fiber cylinder tins?? I didn't know anyone else was selling them..
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jonas n
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Post by jonas n »

hi Jake! the cooling tins are homemade;)
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dstar
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Post by dstar »

I bought my Carbon Joe valve covers from a fellow STFer.

Are they still being made/sold?

Man, I gotta go fix your store up so we can search it better.....
:wink:

Don
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jonas_linder
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Post by jonas_linder »

another picture :

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dstar
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Re: Turbo type4 fastback:)

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jonas n wrote:.................
The geabox died and i´m gonna do some mods to the engine and so on....
You killed a 6 rib?
:shock:

I guess 345nm means a LOT of torque!
:twisted:

Don
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Post by jonas n »

It did´nt just break.....i kind of sidestepped it to death :roll:
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Re: Turbo type4 fastback:)

Post by Santas Brother »

That equals 254.45 foot lbs of torque.



dstar wrote: I guess 345nm means a LOT of torque!
:twisted:
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Post by jonas_linder »

here is the dynograph!

I posted it in my thread a while ago ;)

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Sandeep
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Post by Sandeep »

jonas n,

Yourself and jonas_linder have opened up my eyes when it comes to turbo T4's. You both have been an inspiration to myself to finish my turbo T4 project.

I applaud your efforts ! :mrgreen:

Keep up the very impressive work.

Sandeep
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Post by Mark the canuck »

Do you have more pic's of the install?

Thinking of going this route on my teen...just made a deal on a 78mm crank, rods, etc. with 94mm T1 pistons and 94mm Nickies.

I'll put the big 2.6L N/A T4 in my new '67 bug. :twisted:
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Post by ruff »

hey guys, what do you think of a 1700 turbo?
machine the pistons and slap on a turbo?
:)

greetz, peter
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speedy57tub
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Post by speedy57tub »

Nice job, and boy, that engine hanger/mount is nice! :shock:

Any pics of that piece? :wink:
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Post by Ephry73 »

Looks amazing Jonas! wow! with that torque and HP you should've gotten better times in the 1/8 mile. Is that with those Empi rims and tires?

I have to agree with the comment on the engine mount, looks amazing.

I like the setup also. What tranny are you thinking about now that the 6 rib is NLWU(No longer with us)

What sort of porting was done to the heads, if any?

Ephry
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Post by jonas_linder »

Here is some spypics for you ;)

http://www.vwairheads.org/forum_viewtopic.php?11.4976

just klick "Nästa" at the bottom for the next page!

Enjoy ;)
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