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Old 02-08-2018, 07:53 PM   #4061
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Recently I picked up:

- GTS Headlamp covers
- MK2 Golf wing
- Ordered a new set of caliper pistons for my NSX brake rebuild
What does the Golf wing look like? Is it straight forward bolt on? Very curious to see.
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Old 02-08-2018, 08:00 PM   #4062
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What does the Golf wing look like? Is it straight forward bolt on? Very curious to see.



Its mild wing on the back of this car I got it from. Its held in place using 3M tape from the looks of it but Im going to talk to the owner of that wagon to see how it held up to the elements.

I was offered a wing from a 91 Civic Si but I dislike that it stuck out like a sore thumb.
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Old 02-09-2018, 04:43 PM   #4063
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Its mild wing on the back of this car I got it from. Its held in place using 3M tape from the looks of it but Im going to talk to the owner of that wagon to see how it held up to the elements.

I was offered a wing from a 91 Civic Si but I dislike that it stuck out like a sore thumb.
Looks great! You planning on body color or black?

I got these today:



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Old 02-14-2018, 03:34 AM   #4064
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Old 02-14-2018, 08:39 AM   #4065
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just got this in the mail. it is a custom H22A turbo manifold made by Blake (98vtec on here) from 850fab at http://850fab.com/, it was designed to be as compact as possible, leaving room to keep A/C and P/S accessories installed The particularly unique aspect of this manifold is that the merge collector itself was custom made with 2 of the runners being curved, keeping the overall size small - as opposed to the normal off-the-shelf merges that have 4 straight pipes, which take a lot more room to implement in a complete manifold design. This allowed him to squeeze a more proper tubular manifold setup within the tight space of a Log manifold. Wastegate was tucked carefully down underneath, out of the way.

this turbo project will be very slow to finish, but this manifold was one of the major components that I was missing and I think this one is the best possible options for the tight CB7 bay fitment. Turbo itself is a Precision 6262. Goal number in my mind plans has been ~600hp.

anyway I'm really happy with it, blake does nice work. take a look:











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Old 02-14-2018, 12:32 PM   #4066
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Old 02-14-2018, 01:43 PM   #4067
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just got this in the mail. it is a custom H22A turbo manifold made by Blake (98vtec on here) from 850fab at http://850fab.com/, it was designed to be as compact as possible, leaving room to keep A/C and P/S accessories installed The particularly unique aspect of this manifold is that the merge collector itself was custom made with 2 of the runners being curved, keeping the overall size small - as opposed to the normal off-the-shelf merges that have 4 straight pipes, which take a lot more room to implement in a complete manifold design. This allowed him to squeeze a more proper tubular manifold setup within the tight space of a Log manifold. Wastegate was tucked carefully down underneath, out of the way.

this turbo project will be very slow to finish, but this manifold was one of the major components that I was missing and I think this one is the best possible options for the tight CB7 bay fitment. Turbo itself is a Precision 6262. Goal number in my mind plans has been ~600hp.

anyway I'm really happy with it, blake does nice work. take a look:











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