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  • NailTimVideo
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    Recently bought an oil catch can, because original rubber is not using anymore, so decided to do it.

    Bought it an Aliexpress, and made a mount from aluminium.
    You can easily notice it near air filter on that pic.

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  • NailTimVideo
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    Speaking about S2 replica - it was not so flexible, many contacts with ice and snow have destroyed it particulary.
    So i have to return to B3 body, its bumper is high and its plastic is really flexible.
    Several days ago my buddy decided to make composite front fenders for B3, they won’t rust at all, they weight 1.7kgs per each and I am going to test them this winter.

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  • NailTimVideo
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    Originally posted by M_GORDON View Post
    Hi!, very good jobs, congrats!

    But... why sell S2 bumper? And why not other engine swap? It's enought with 130ps?
    Because it is easier for me to cut extra weight and make 2.3 10v great again with electronic injection than finding nice 20v/20vt and installing it. We also know that powerful engine needs stronger transmission.
    And I feel that 130ps is really ok during winter, especially on ice tracks.

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  • M_GORDON
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    Hi!, very good jobs, congrats!

    But... why sell S2 bumper? And why not other engine swap? It's enought with 130ps?

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  • Vorsprung durch Technik
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    Originally posted by steve briance View Post
    That is possibly the find of the decade! ​​​​​​

    The thing I noticed was the hole for the Idle control valve - seems to be in just the right place. The lada hose is round but seems to stretch to fit round the oval throttle body which is good.

    I'm don't care what brand of car the hose is from, I'm going to have look for one as 7a intake hoses are not available for audi tradition any more and the second hand ones out there are all going soft and splitting
    Got a spanking brand new genuine Audi one. If your interested pm me.

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  • jp_paul
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    Originally posted by steve briance View Post
    7a intake hoses are not available for audi tradition any more and the second hand ones out there are all going soft and splitting
    I must've got one of the last few then - I got one from them last July for ~£65 as part of a group buy on here. Not often I catch a break like that!

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  • steve briance
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    That is possibly the find of the decade! ​​​​​​

    The thing I noticed was the hole for the Idle control valve - seems to be in just the right place. The lada hose is round but seems to stretch to fit round the oval throttle body which is good.

    I'm don't care what brand of car the hose is from, I'm going to have look for one as 7a intake hoses are not available for audi tradition any more and the second hand ones out there are all going soft and splitting

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  • NailTimVideo
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    As you may know - stock rubber has 2 inputs:
    - for idle regulator (which also goes to injectors ventilation)
    - for carter gas ventilation

    In my case I had to find any rubber with at least 1 input.
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    So I connected idle regulator to it.
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    Carter gas ventilation will go to oil catch can input. And that can’s output will end with a small filter for reducing poison
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  • NailTimVideo
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    Originally posted by steve briance View Post
    What car is the rubber air intake from? Is that original for the KE jet engine?

    I'm interested as it looks like it might work on the 7a engine as well, maybe with some modification / adapters.
    It is something which I am shy to tell
    Okay, its a rubber from Lada 2111 8v. But in Lada that end is connected to MAF sensor, because it is rather big in diameter.
    I decided to try it on throttle body snd succedd.

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  • steve briance
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    What car is the rubber air intake from? Is that original for the KE jet engine?

    I'm interested as it looks like it might work on the 7a engine as well, maybe with some modification / adapters.

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  • NailTimVideo
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    Bought an oil catch can on Ali with 15mm inputs, and decided to put it near the exhaust to keep it rather hot.
    My fresh electronic fuel injection works really nice, sound is good too.
    As a result - I have returned all the horses (390kgs of air/3 = 130ps). Fuel consumption is the same, but it seems to me that torque is little bit higher due to electronic injectors with 192cc capacity and another time of cycle injection.

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  • NailTimVideo
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    Just wanted to make it rather clear.
    So...started collecting and making parts this June.
    Installed in couple of weekends.
    Next is making 3D model of “hidraulic” handbrake for using in winter competitions. Stock handbrake is not so convenient to use while driving fast on the track. So I have to make an adapter for vertical handle and so on.

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  • steve briance
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    Impressive stuff ​​​​​​

    I admire the motivation and commitment

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  • NailTimVideo
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    A lot of work: Fuel ramp
    Searching for injectors
    Searching for MAF sensor
    3D printing of adapter from Honda air filter to MAF sensor
    Welding parts
    Making fuel hoses
    And many more

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  • Greg_S
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    Nice work on adapting the ECU, what work was involved?

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