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gze to gte

Postby AE101Z » Wed Sep 22, 2004 12:39 am

what do i need if i want to change my gze to gte??
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Postby EVLGTZ » Wed Sep 22, 2004 12:51 am

you need to SEARCH for it.

Its been covered many a time. If ya too lazy to search then its likely ur too lazy to do this conversion :roll:
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Postby Zak » Wed Sep 22, 2004 1:11 am

I've tried searching for info on this subject, but you don't reallt get much usfull info. Just all the mindless spam that this forum holds.
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Re: gze to gte

Postby matt dunn » Wed Sep 22, 2004 1:37 am

AE101Z wrote:what do i need if i want to change my gze to gte??
thanks


An inlet manifold.

PM me I have one.

OK, I've done a wee search on here and there is a bit of lack of info so here goes.

Presuming you have an AE101 S/C version.

1, Remove all the engine extra's back to basically only the block head assy left.

2, Fit on a FWD redtop small port inlet manifold to the inlet side. You may also need the fuel rail but use your original injectors

3, Decide what turbo you are going to use.

4, Get a custom made Exhaust manifold to suit your turbo. A lot of "off the shelf" or "I have one to sell" types I have seen end up touching on the radiator so best bet is to go to an Exhaust place and get one made to suit your car.

5, You will have to get an oil return welded into the sump.

6, Depending on if you want to keep the a/c or not you may have to relocate the alt and P/S pump. If relocating use FWD non s/c alt and P/S bracketry to suit

7, Fit an intercooler and plumb it up from the turbo outlet through the cooler and into the throttle body.

8, Either put a filter on the turbo intake or build some sort of cold air box.

9, Dump pipe from turbo to exhaust.

10, Your original ECU will run things fine.

I,m sure there's more but as people reply i'll edit this post.
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Postby Zak » Wed Sep 22, 2004 2:07 am

Cool, thanks for the info, I was thinking about puting a 4agze into my fxgt and then wacking on a turbo. But I wasn't too sure on how much work was involved :wink:
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Postby Adydas » Wed Sep 22, 2004 10:21 am

LACK OF INFO ON HERE?

thats funny?
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Postby matt dunn » Wed Sep 22, 2004 1:18 pm

Zak wrote:Cool, thanks for the info, I was thinking about puting a 4agze into my fxgt and then wacking on a turbo. But I wasn't too sure on how much work was involved :wink:


If your not starting with a supercharged car to begin with the whole process is diferent.
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Postby Dell'Orto » Thu Dec 08, 2005 8:06 pm

Bumping this back up for anyone to add more relevant info to.
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Postby Malcolm » Thu Dec 08, 2005 9:25 pm

I wonder if maybe you should split off matt dunn's post and sticky it. This has got to be one of the most common questions.

Most forums out there have stickies of all the common topics, this one should be no exception

btw don't think I'm trying to tell you how to do your job, just making suggestions/try to help :)
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Postby Dell'Orto » Thu Dec 08, 2005 9:27 pm

I'm all for suggestions ;)


I'm just curious here - where would you take the oil feed for the turbo from?
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Postby deaf_rattle » Thu Dec 08, 2005 9:29 pm

a t piece where the oil pressure sender goes maybe
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Postby Malcolm » Thu Dec 08, 2005 9:32 pm

yeah, but if you use a T piece and mount the stock pressure sender on it, it pays to get a steel T piece because copper/brass ones often break
some people tap the block for a feed, and some tee off from hosing to a remote oil filter
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