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Old 06-01-2020, 12:39 AM #46
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Just to document, because I saw an argument on another rear mount thread, and if I donít write it down Iíll forget in a week.

Idle AFR is pretty consistently 15.1
Cruising down the highway at 65-70 my AFRís bounce between 14.9 and 15.3
That's what happens to mine when the O2 sensors are old or fouled. If you'd rather see it bounce between 14.4-15.0 replace the front O2 sensor.

Oh btw, once you richen up the tune you'll be buying front O2 sensors annually. Mine last between 6-12 months.
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Well, I know I said I was going to wait a few weeks before ordering oiling stuff...but, I lied. I'm sure I've probably missed something or will need to order more. This was by far the most exhausting/research heavy part of the project so far. So many types of fittings and connections needed, and the distance it has to go adds more to it.

All said, with taxes and shipping it ran ~350, which brings my project total to 1050. I think with the intake/charge piping and spark plugs still to get, I will easily be around 1200 on the project total.

Adapter to thread in to the block where the oil pressure sensor is that will allow me to run the sensor still.
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Thread adapter to go from NPT of the adapter to the AN fitting for the feed line
Amazon.com: ICT Billet Straight -4AN Flare Male to 1/8"NPT Pipe Adapter Fitting 4 AN Bare Aluminum National Pipe Thread Designed & Manufactured in the USA AN816-04-02A: Automotive

I measured it out, and i'll need ~10/11 foot of feed line to get all the way back to the turbo. Longest I could find by itself was 72". I reached out to a tuner place that made custom feed lines, and they could make a 11' one, but it was going to cost over 100 bucks. I'm sure I could have probably gone to a local hydraulic supply company and had one made, but, I didn't want to spend the time driving around asking questions and getting cost and all.
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Turbo flanges and AN swivel fittings for connection of the feed and return lines. It was cheaper to buy a kit like this rather than try to buy one piece at a time.
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Before anyone ask, yes im running the wideband pre-turbo. Instructions for it said after the turbo but before the cat...which I literally can't do. Given that im running a very low amount of boost in the grand scheme of people boosting vehicles, I don't think it'll be a huge issue.
Aside from heat (which is an issue pre-turbo), the actual reason to avoid pre-turbo wide-band O2 sensors is accuracy. The AF ratio sensing is all relative to atmospheric pressure, and if there is any significant pressure on the exhaust side of the sensor, it will read incorrectly.

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No use in spending the money on a wideband then ruining it quickly while getting bad data from it...

Also, regarding the turbo oil-drain. You will either need to run the scavange pump post-engine shutdown or run a small catch reservoir to keep from pushing oil past the turbo oil seals. Watch for excessive oil out the exhaust from the setup you are currently planning...

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Also, regarding the turbo oil-drain. You will either need to run the scavange pump post-engine shutdown or run a small catch reservoir to keep from pushing oil past the turbo oil seals. Watch for excessive oil out the exhaust from the setup you are currently planning...

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Forgot to mention, I was given a turbo timer from a friend
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Forgot to mention, I was given a turbo timer from a friend
The oil leaks past the oil seals after engine shutdown - a turbo timer won't help with low-mount turbo oil issues exactly...

My turbo timer is annoying when I'm late getting to work or an appointment. But at least it is there for a reason.

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I need this to be finished. It'll be a beast. Face out the window feeling the wind in my hair then im full face stretch. Nice change up to the norm SC build. You got my wheels turning...

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Does anyone running one of these setups have concern with drawing oil volume off the engine at the pressure sensor?

It seems these things idle at about 4psi.
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Might be in a position to get all the oiling stuff installed this weekend (got the bike and mr2 running good for now), and I want to get some other opinions on what Iím planning for the turbo timer. I emailed Greddyís tech support, and their response was ďweíve never used it in an application like that, hereís a link to our manualĒ, so that was worthless.

Itís a Greddy Full Auto Timer, which has all sorts of functionality Iíll never use. Looking at the first picture Iím thinking it would be safe to assume I donít need to be concerned with hooking up the parking/speed harness since I will never use it like Greddy intended (yet their tech couldnít answer me if the unit will still function without those wires being connected).

Looking at the second picture, here is my thought process/assumptions.

12v -> red, should be to any 12v constant power, this is what will keep the pump running once the motor is off.
Blue -> ACC, should be anything that has power when the key is in the ACC position but not when the key is removed. My assumption here is that this is how the unit knows that youíve turned the motor off and how to start the countdown timer to kill power to the pump.
Green -> to pump?
Black -> ground
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Does anyone running one of these setups have concern with drawing oil volume off the engine at the pressure sensor?

It seems these things idle at about 4psi.
What Iíve read before is that folks end up adding ~quart to compensate for the extra oil being diverted. I have an aftermarket oil pressure gauge though and once the motor gets good and warm I run between 15 and 20 psi. Something I plan to keep an eye on.
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Might be in a position to get all the oiling stuff installed this weekend (got the bike and mr2 running good for now), and I want to get some other opinions on what Iím planning for the turbo timer. I emailed Greddyís tech support, and their response was ďweíve never used it in an application like that, hereís a link to our manualĒ, so that was worthless.

Itís a Greddy Full Auto Timer, which has all sorts of functionality Iíll never use. Looking at the first picture Iím thinking it would be safe to assume I donít need to be concerned with hooking up the parking/speed harness since I will never use it like Greddy intended (yet their tech couldnít answer me if the unit will still function without those wires being connected).

Looking at the second picture, here is my thought process/assumptions.

12v -> red, should be to any 12v constant power, this is what will keep the pump running once the motor is off.
Blue -> ACC, should be anything that has power when the key is in the ACC position but not when the key is removed. My assumption here is that this is how the unit knows that youíve turned the motor off and how to start the countdown timer to kill power to the pump.
Green -> to pump?
Black -> ground
I have zero experience with Greddy brand turbo timer, but a couple I have done definitely required the park/neutral wire to function. I assume it has a built in fail safe so you don't turn the key off in drive and it keep the engine running.
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I have zero experience with Greddy brand turbo timer, but a couple I have done definitely required the park/neutral wire to function. I assume it has a built in fail safe so you don't turn the key off in drive and it keep the engine running.
That should be easy enough to tap in to, should just be able to tap in to the switch for the e-brake (I assume).

Any reason for the speed one that you can see?
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That should be easy enough to tap in to, should just be able to tap in to the switch for the e-brake (I assume).

Any reason for the speed one that you can see?
The ones I dealt with were only a park/neutral signal. Do they want a park/neutral signal AND a speed signal, or is it a one or the other kind of thing?
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keep the pump running once the motor is off.
Good idea to keep the scavenge pump on for a while after the motor is off.

I like having the parking wire hooked up. You'll probably want to set it to 30s or something and that's it. But you can always release and reset the parking brake to turn off the pump. You can leave the speedo connection open/disconnected with no problem - if connected it can display your speed digitally if you want...

I think you are going to want to use a relay to power the pump, with the coil triggered by both the ignition power and turbo timer output, but diode isolated.

I can't remember what triggers the turbo timer to start its countdown. I know for sure that my old-school HKS turbo timer starts its countdown even when I just switch to ACC mode.

You are probably going to want to do this process in stages. You know you need to hook up constant power, ground, etc. From there, you can experiment what it does with power applied to various wires...

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The ones I dealt with were only a park/neutral signal. Do they want a park/neutral signal AND a speed signal, or is it a one or the other kind of thing?
It has two wires. When I was reading through the manual for it, you can apparently set it to alarm if youíre above certain speeds and stuff
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I can't remember what triggers the turbo timer to start its countdown. I know for sure that my old-school HKS turbo timer starts its countdown even when I just switch to ACC mode.

You are probably going to want to do this process in stages. You know you need to hook up constant power, ground, etc. From there, you can experiment what it does with power applied to various wires...

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It would make sense for it to use the ACC as a trigger. Iím assuming that I can hook that wire up to anything that doesnít have constant power but does when the key is in ACC (I.e. cigarette lighter).

Iím think youíre probably right, just hoping to narrow down the amount of experimenting/frustration of connecting and disconnecting wires.
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