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    Whoa, dont you have to anodize the heat exchangers?

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by TrippinBimmer Click here to enlarge
    Since it warmed up a good bit here in Ms. I start to paint my oil cooler and brackets semi-gloss black to match the rest of the kit.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...33750000-1.jpg

    I started to remove my Oil Cooler for the S/C around to see how I can mount my new engine oil cooler...

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...33750000-1.jpg

    Here it is mounted in front of the radiator support and will be behind the sc oil cooler.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...33750000-1.jpg
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    Its already painted from the Factory. I just touched it up with black radiator paint...

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    Well my Viton Fluoroelastomer O-rings came in for the Technik/VPD Kit. These are very high quality compare to the BUNA O-rings that is on the kit originally.

    I measure everything myself O-Rings to the shaft to make sure these are the right one. I do have a few extra and be willing to sell them if anyone need replacements.

    Click here to enlarge

    Here they are on the Shaft nice and tight. I getting them done Dust Black. So it will match everything under the hood.

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    The cap before prep work.

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    Media Blasted and Custom Hangers...

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    Finish Product.

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    Food for Thoughts...

    Final Compression Ratio on a 10:1 C/R Boosted Car (Stock m54b30)

    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 4lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 12.7:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 6lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 14.1:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 8lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 15.4:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 10lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 16.8:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 12lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 18.2:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 14lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 19.5:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 16lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 20.9:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 18lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 22.2:1

    These are the Final Compression Ratios on a car with 10:1 C/R while under its full boost.

    Final Compression Ratio on a 9:1 C/R Boosted Car (Built Boosted m54b30)

    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 4lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 11.4:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 6lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 12.7:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 8lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 13.9:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 10lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 15.1:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 12lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 16.3:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 14lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 17.6:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 16lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 18.8:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 18lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 20.0:1

    These are the Final Compression Ratios on a car with 9:1 C/R while under its full boost.

    Thanks to Supercharging Performance Handbook for the info.

    I was able to squeeze in some work from Babysitting, Working for my Parents, School and my own business. Been very heck-it lately.

    I was able to removed the ATI Damper that I sold to Solo-///M and shipped that out :craig: Should get it soon bro!!!

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    I was able to remove my OEM Radiator and Cooling System for BigJae1976. I can't wait for my new RAD and Expansion Tank!!!

    Click here to enlarge

    During this time, I also Removed and Installed my Under Drive Pulley Kit from ARD.

    Click here to enlarge

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    Some of you guys might say why am I doing this. Well, the issue is Belt Slipping before hitting full boost. I been going through belts like no tomorrow. So to fix that I am jumping up to a 95mm S/C Pulley and Oversize ATI Damper with an UnderDrive Pulley Kit. I am not to worried about the Alternator since its has a regulator built on and will adj itself accordingly. Next on my thing to do list is remove the Rear ZHP Diff before the week is over. And start on my M3 LSD RearEnd Swap.

    Also, some tech info. For people who wanna do some Maintenance on the AA S/C Kit. There are 2 Toyota Timing Belt Pulleys on this kit. Made by KOYO (Toyota OEM Manufacturer). They are really hard to find if you don't know the part number. So I helped you guys out. Listed below are the interchangeable part number for this pulley :excited:

    CROSS REFERENCE:
    024-1006 BECK/ARNLEY
    13503-63011 TOYOTA
    13503-63021 TOYOTA
    13503-70040 TOYOTA
    57TB3705 NSK
    PU355816RR9D KOYO

    Got some pics of one of my Future Mod. Can't wait for it to arrive...

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    -Trip

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by TrippinBimmer Click here to enlarge
    Well my Viton Fluoroelastomer O-rings came in for the Technik/VPD Kit. These are very high quality compare to the BUNA O-rings that is on the kit originally.

    I measure everything myself O-Rings to the shaft to make sure these are the right one. I do have a few extra and be willing to sell them if anyone need replacements.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...57560000-1.jpg

    Here they are on the Shaft nice and tight. I getting them done Dust Black. So it will match everything under the hood.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...57560000-1.jpg

    The cap before prep work.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...oolerCap-1.jpg

    Media Blasted and Custom Hangers...

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im.../oilcap1-1.jpg

    Finish Product.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im.../oilcap2-1.jpg
    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im.../oilcap3-1.jpg
    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im.../oilcap4-1.jpg

    Food for Thoughts...

    Final Compression Ratio on a 10:1 C/R Boosted Car (Stock m54b30)

    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 4lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 12.7:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 6lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 14.1:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 8lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 15.4:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 10lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 16.8:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 12lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 18.2:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 14lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 19.5:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 16lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 20.9:1
    Compression Ratio 10:1 with 18lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 22.2:1

    These are the Final Compression Ratios on a car with 10:1 C/R while under its full boost.

    Final Compression Ratio on a 9:1 C/R Boosted Car (Built Boosted m54b30)

    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 4lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 11.4:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 6lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 12.7:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 8lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 13.9:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 10lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 15.1:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 12lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 16.3:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 14lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 17.6:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 16lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 18.8:1
    Compression Ratio 9:1 with 18lbs of boost will yield a Final C/R of 20.0:1

    These are the Final Compression Ratios on a car with 9:1 C/R while under its full boost.

    Thanks to Supercharging Performance Handbook for the info.

    I was able to squeeze in some work from Babysitting, Working for my Parents, School and my own business. Been very heck-it lately.

    I was able to removed the ATI Damper that I sold to Solo-///M and shipped that out :craig: Should get it soon bro!!!

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    I was able to remove my OEM Radiator and Cooling System for BigJae1976. I can't wait for my new RAD and Expansion Tank!!!

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    During this time, I also Removed and Installed my Under Drive Pulley Kit from ARD.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...18464000-1.jpg

    Some of you guys might say why am I doing this. Well, the issue is Belt Slipping before hitting full boost. I been going through belts like no tomorrow. So to fix that I am jumping up to a 95mm S/C Pulley and Oversize ATI Damper with an UnderDrive Pulley Kit. I am not to worried about the Alternator since its has a regulator built on and will adj itself accordingly. Next on my thing to do list is remove the Rear ZHP Diff before the week is over. And start on my M3 LSD RearEnd Swap.

    Also, some tech info. For people who wanna do some Maintenance on the AA S/C Kit. There are 2 Toyota Timing Belt Pulleys on this kit. Made by KOYO (Toyota OEM Manufacturer). They are really hard to find if you don't know the part number. So I helped you guys out. Listed below are the interchangeable part number for this pulley :excited:

    CROSS REFERENCE:
    024-1006 BECK/ARNLEY
    13503-63011 TOYOTA
    13503-63021 TOYOTA
    13503-70040 TOYOTA
    57TB3705 NSK
    PU355816RR9D KOYO

    Got some pics of one of my Future Mod. Can't wait for it to arrive...

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...352023_n-1.jpg

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...380983_n-1.jpg

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...120859_n-1.jpg

    -Trip
    Hell of an update man...

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    This car doesn't even run, you're a fraud. I'll see you at Racewars!

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    Enjoy it take care thanks for your contributions.
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