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Jrsc Installation - The Installation Part 2

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mambosasa

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Now, this next step is something that will put off a lot of people running with a Stark conversion. To get the charger to fit, it was necessary to cut the bulkhead a bit to get by-pass valve to fit.

 

The cut is only about two inches by four inches. I used a dremel to cut the bulkhead, but I am sure there are better ways of doing this. Its not the neatest of jobs, but it will be covered up so not too bothered.

 

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Now everything is ready for the charger to be dropped into place.

 

It should be highlighted that the placing of the charger into location, on a car that is on axle stands, with the boot lid still in place, on your own, is a big ask. The charger is 15kg or more and to lift it clear and drop in place is no easy job. I managed it because I am so fit :P

 

So, fast forward a few days and several attempts to place the charger in place. A swear word here and there and...

 

 

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Perfect fit and all aligned...

 

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Carefully and gradually bolt the manifold in place. I ensured that the manifold went in as evenly as possible...

 

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Tighter than a tight thing!! :D

 

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Once In place, from under the car, I bolted the support onto the engine block. Now this should be able to take majority of the loads and the engine moves and worked hard.

 

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Now, the installation is ready for the fuel rail and vacuum hoses.

 

Almost there!! :)

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