NO boost.....URD MK1

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by Dimebag, Jul 4, 2016.

  1. justin13703

    justin13703 Active Member

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    Holy crap. I'd be paying someone a visit.
     
  2. Torspd

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    Well, Justin was the closest....

    Man. I don't even know what else to say. That is terrible. I feel for you.
     
  3. Dimebag

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    Yeah no kidding lol....time to upgrade sooner than expected, there goes new paint job for the car now. I just bought a shit ton of Parts in japan and they are slowly on way here. Might have to sell the set of Advan wheels now unfortunately:(
     
  4. STONER-X

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    I cant believe someone would do that... why not just take the kit off?

    Are there any issues driving it now? why don't you get a factory size belt and bypass the SC and drive it until it can be replaced?
     
  5. justin13703

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    You can put a c38-71 on it with a new bracket. This is what I put on my mk1 when the c30 went out. You'll also need a 1000cc 7th injector. My mk1 ran great with the c38-71 on it. It's much bigger than the c30.
     
  6. Dimebag

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    Thanks fellas, I'm getting some stuff together to sell at the moment to make some cash for the setup. Going to be selling a GT30 and S15 T28 turbos that I had on my 240 from before since I just put a new setup on it last week. This Hella sucks though. Anyone know peeps looking for these turbos? Anyone selling any used Rotrex Superchargers?
     
  7. Torspd

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    Annnnnnnnnd I just noticed that you reaponded to that thread.
     
  9. WallasX

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    I would be so damn pissed. I would def. be making a visit. They will probably tell you that, you did it. Anyway I would jump On that MK2 you will enjoy it a lot more and pair it with the UCON.
     
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  10. STONER-X

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    he lives in Florida and bought the truck in Texas.. Quite a bit of traveling involved
     
  11. Gadget

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    Unless it is on the west side of Texas, it is an easy diaper drive.

    G
     
  12. Dimebag

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    Damn Stoner, I should bought your truck instead of this one....SHAKING MY HEAD LOL...

    It was a one way flight to Dallas and a 12 hour ride back to the house in same day.
     
  13. Torspd

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    I don't remember any members from Dallas with an MK1.
     
  14. Dimebag

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    If I can scrape cash fast enough, I'll try and get the MK2 kit that's for sale then work on the UCON, Fuel Pump , plugs. With the UK2, are we able to attached HKS BOV and vent to atmosphere?
     
  15. Gadget

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    No, you cannot use a typical blow off valve.

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  16. Dimebag

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    There us a mod kit though right to make it work? Unless I just make my own custom piping?
     
  17. shane881510

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    I have a c38-81 supercharger laying around.
     
  18. justin13703

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    I don't think you can use the 81 with the mk1.
     
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    You might be dumping metered air into the atmosphere causing you to run rich. No need for a ricer valve anyway.
     
  20. Torspd

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    It could be done with custom work. You'd have to relocate the recirculation valve, or get a new one. Unless you went to a blowoff valve, which would have to be before the MAF sensor. Closer to the rotrex the better.

    Then you'd have to figure it you wanted to keep the water to air intercooler or not. You'd have to look at your options and the budget you want to spend.
     

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