The process of installing a URD MRK III S/C

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  1. Torspd

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    Great job on the pics so far. This is looking fantastic.
     
  2. scoutdeed69

    scoutdeed69 New Member

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    Thanks Torspd....man it just taking so much to wright about....but in the instructions you will get a little more in detail there too! i just don't want to bore everyone...but we do need to know...as a tech i always try to figure a way to do things quicker...without hurting my quility of work! Tell you one thing i do hate photobucket..ever so often i need to close the site done cause it acts up where i can't copy the pics to post on here! still have some more photos to post. I was going to dyno the X tomorow but they are moving the stuff in the shop around, so i hope when i do come back down to charleston, i will
    get a new dyno test with the kit in! darn the luck:motz:

    Rob....scouts out
     
  3. scoutdeed69

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    Ok going to explain about the arrows....
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    Of course you can see the white arrow pointing to the URD in between the TB and intake...its the 7th injector that comes with the O-ring for needed sealent, also u get new bolts for mounting...it might be a good idea to buy a new o-ring for your throttle body so u don't get any vacum leaks! usualy they are pretty good shape with low milage...but if u install it with higher than 40,000 miles on it i would pick one up from toyota! The blue arrow below the TB is your 7th injector harness u need to plastic tie it on the fuel rail so it does not get pull away from the injector...route it to the firewall and to the left to that pink arrow where you will insert that harness in the gromet there...u can put a slit or just drill a hole in it...i used a drill press, if u have one...i did not go so big at 1st with the hole...I just made sure it was not to big so i could fit the harness in and hope water not get in...u can put some clear or black RTV to help seal it. Make sure u plastic tie it so it does not get pull out from the firewall....the wire does connect to the UCON USB connector on the back of the UCON...it has 2 black wires....The injector harness has 2 different colors...just connect them both, does not matter which one it will still work as needed....Ok the next white arrow shows a sensor that must be relocated where the green arrow is pointing too...its the engine cover bracket in the back of it...it is bolted down...u need to un-bolt it and place the sensor there... but before u place the sensor bracket there...the red arrow shows a lip that must be grounded down and and you need to ground some to the bolt hole in it...but not to much, cause you need something to clamp too and for strength...just keep trial checking it so u get a good fit after every grind ...it worked for me!

    Rob...scouts out
     
  4. scoutdeed69

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    Ok everyone watching this thread and just looking with, no questions or just to shy to talk:wtf:...Lmao...so for now i'm just going to post the rest of the pics here and fill in the info later...to dam tired to wright anymore tonight...

    Rob...scouts out:rockon:
     
  5. RRX

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    LOL sorry this is a great job you are doing. I am just following a long for now. I am going to start installing my S/C in about 2 weeks. And if I have any question I will be asking you when I have everything in front of me.

    One question is how much boost pressure is the stage 3 putting out?
     
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    Ok thats the install of the " URD MRK III AND STAGE III 7TH INJECTOR KIT INSTALLED".. THIS KIT TOOK LESS THAN 5 DAYS TO INSTALL YOUR SELF WITH TOOLS ON HAND! PLUS THE EXTRA MODDING YOU NEED TO DO FOR IT, TO LOOK NICE IN YOUR X..... NEXT IS THE EXHAUST THAT WENT ON NEXT... BECAUSE I DID NOT GET IT AT THE SAME TIME I GOT THE S/C!

    Rob...scouts out:rockon:
     
  7. scoutdeed69

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    This is the UCON install...
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    Sorry that i did not have more photos of this i will take somemore of this install...to give more an idea what ur doing! Next will be the Exhaust kit!

    Rob....scouts out
     
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    Nice.

    One thing I noticed, the belt goes on the forward 7 ribs on the pulley with the empty one to the rear.

    G
     
  9. scoutdeed69

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    Hey gadget, well when i started putting it together and did that 10 sec run...and turned the motor off...i looked at it and saw it was too close...so i readjusted it to the front rib! cause for sure i was worried it would catch something there...Thanks for the look out Gadget!

    Rob...scouts out

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    Well thats it realy for the "URD MRKIII STAGE III KIT" OF THE INSTALL...SORRY WISH I MADE A LITTLE MORE PHOTOS OF IT!.....But in the kit you will get a instruction booklet on this so nots to worry your hearts out...if you run in to any problems just ask US and we would be very glad to help in any way of your installation of this kit! you As you can see my 1 and only 1 front right 02 sensor craped out on me of removing it and one of the bracket mounting bolts...some time i hate thay don't use enough anti seeze! basterds:motz:

    Rob...scouts out...rockets all the way:burnout2:
     
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  10. Tunedx

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    Wow thats alot of coinage to dump all at once
     
  11. scoutdeed69

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    Yeah thats for sure. It was my deployment money i got while over seas! I had to do something with it! Why not spend it on the X! All said and done over 8g's to spend on it. If you want to be fast you got to spend some mula!

    Rob.....scouts out
     
  12. turbomach1

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    thumbs up here. great write up. cant wait to do mine. ready to see how much it changes it on the dyno.
     
  13. Torspd

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    Ready for exhaust clips, 40-90 acceleration vids, and vids/graph of dyno!!!! Don't keep us waiting Soldier. ;)
     
  14. scoutdeed69

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    Hey thanks, Turbomach1 ...I can say its not that easy by looking at pics...until you try it....man I was so tired some days working on it more than 24 hrs, some days. I just wanted to get it done as soon as I could, with good quality....But when you do yours, good luck to you...at 1st you think its not worth it, but it is, when you feel that extra power under your feet! :top:

    Rob....scouts out...rockets all the way:rockon:

    Hey Torspd , Yeah I was trying to get a dyno today, but the guys moving his stuff around! At the dyno shop...so it was a. No go for that...I really wanted to see how much it gained from complete stock....but I deffenitly will do the 40 to 90 or 100... take off video, on it...moving up to Columbia tomorrow so I should have a chance to do that on my trip and some exhaust clips as well...To be honest too, that July 8th was my last day in the military... now I'm a Combat VET...LMAO

    Rob.....scouts out.....rockets all the way

    Hey RRX, Well, tell you the truth I don't really know...I don't have a boost gauge hooked up yet, I am using this app torgue for my Droid with the Bluetooth from KIWI, the heighest it said by its reading was around 13.5 lbs....but I really don't trust it, until I get an actual gauge on her! Gadget may know from his kit!

    Rob...scouts out....rocket all the way:rockon:
     
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    wow that bov sound sick!:rockon:
     
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    Well the faster I get the louder the BOV sounds, becasue of the boost pressure increasing....kinda wish it sounded like the ones that a lot of supra owners use.....I hear that Tial QR may perform that sound... but to add it to this kit you will need the spring for a S/C and the adapter to mount like a HKS BOV!

    Rob....scouts out:rockon:
     
  17. turbomach1

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    any updates, videos, or dyno yet?
     
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    Hey Turbomach1...not yet...i moved up to Columbia S.C. to work at a dealership, and man what did i get myself in too here! Its been busy since the first day i got here on the 16th and i can't even work on my truck because of it...but this weekend i will for sure be able to work on it and say f*** it of the work they need done...My X is more important...lmao...nah realy customers are more important! Thats where my money comes from! I talk to one of the techs here he told me theres a place about a good 30 miles from here and I will try get a number from him if possible so i can see what she's got under the hood! Yeah i want to take more videos.. i just need to get around in doing them!

    Rob
     
  19. Torspd

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    Been wondering what you have been up to. Been quite in here. Work is good though.
     
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    Thats cool, so what do you do for occupation? Here I just want to punch them in the face...lmao...that would for sure make me laugh after i got hauled away for assualting the service personal! Man i just want to see what she's got! i work from 0730 to almost 1930 every day except Sat... i get off around darn 1600... but not this time around! those basterd's.....

    Rob....scouts out
     

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