I like the intercooler idea. now, anyone got one for sale?
And you are right about the son welding it. he has already done a Mazda
At 11:32 AM 26/03/2003 +1200, you wrote:
> > Obviously you haven't seen my budget Cully :-) or talked to my wife!! I
> > take your point though, but I'll have to worry about that if and when it
> > happens.
>Well, there is one cheapish option for this - get a second Supra intercooler
>and weld them together. It just involves cutting the tanks on matching ends
>then welding them up. You'd need to do a small bit of pipe work to get the
>intake/outlet matching, but I suspect it'd be well worth it, and I also
>suspect you've got a son who would be more than capable of doing it.
> > I have discussed the over-speed problem with some people i would call
> > knowledgeable with turbo's and I think we have covered this.
>Without wishing to say anything nasty about someone whose skills I do not
>know, just be very careful about the opinions you hear. It's amazing the
>crap that we hear on a daily basis here. Someone rang up the other day
>(mechanic, not Joe Public) and stated that he 'could hear the turbo going in
>and out of balance as he revved the engine'. Interesting concept.
>Point being anyway that you know the rarity of CT12A's.
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