Teeth said:Gasp. Those wheels...
Where's my "drool" smiley!
If those weren't so crazy expensive, that's what my car would be riding on!
Teeth said:It's a hard suggestion to make to someone that is rocking some wheels like that, but there's really nothing wrong with the cheapo aluminum wheel spacers. They aren't as pretty I suppose, but it's not like you can see them when the wheels are on--$20 and problem fixed...
Also, if you didn't know already, the track is different front and rear anyway, so there's no reason to space out the rear wheels other than how it looks (and IMO 10mm is not a huge difference visually) and you'll get more neutral or rear-biased handling if you don't.
Sure why not.t3ragtop said:In practice, the RHB 5 turbo works really well for a medium pressure system.
I ran the compressor map for it and it is a nice fit. However, I would probably want to rebuild it just be safe. I have rebuilt one before. At that point I'm $300 in and time is money. I'm sure it would run for a while just fine, but the rear end seals tend to go and leak oil throughout the system. I don't really want to match that flange to the manifold and would prefer a t3 flange which gives me options down the road.
If you price the Turbonetics why not get a quote from our old benefactor, jess Tremblay (Jardamuth) at Turboms.ca ?
91 ragtop said:Where did you get that collector from ?