Daily Driven Demon (Sleeper )

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    This build starts with a little history. I purchased a 2006 speed 6 in 2015 for $7600. In Beautiful Mica Black with panda interior

    Pre existing problems:
    -Keyed down the side of car (Whole passenger side)
    -2 motor mounts shot

    Mods came with:
    -Turbosmart Dual Port BBV
    -Sure MAF Housing 2.5" Id
    -Spectre CAI Cone 3" Id
    -Strut Brace
    (Pictures of car and engine bay day after purchase 2015)
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    Over the last 5 years I did alot. Nothing cosmetic besides new gen 2 rims. I Love the sleeper effect this car has!
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    So I was just slowly building the car with the intention of building the motor in the future.
    Here is the setup I had:

    -BNR S4 V2
    -Grimmspeed Ebcs
    -Guardian angel
    -HTP 3.5" Intake W/Recir. Tube
    -2in1 oil sandwhich plate
    -Transfer case bearing caps
    -Engine M Drian plug w/C washer
    -Sure Diff Mounts
    -Sure Intake manifold Theromo Gasket
    -Sure Throttle Body Theromo Gasket
    -Denso 1 Step Colder Plugs
    -DM STAGE 3 Dual Occ's
    -DM Pcv vent plate
    -Rev 5 Oil cooler kit
    -Whilteline Rear sway bar
    -GS Oil pressure guage W/Alarm
    -Adju. Sway bar linkage(rear)
    -Oil return and feed line gaskets
    -Bosch 3.5 Bar Map
    -Map sensor adapter plug
    -ContinentalExtremeContactDWS06
    -Mazda 3 Oil Filter Housing
    -Rotella T6 Oil
    -SouthBend Stage 2 Clutch W/Lightweight Flywheel(9lb lighter then stock)
    -Autotech hpfp internals
    -Fmic (Tr6 core)/CX Racing Pipe kit
    -Custom gauge vent pod(Block8Head)
    -GS 3in1(Boost/oil temp/oil pressure)
    -VersaTuner ($100)(Base 91 Map)
    -Ebay 3" Catless Dp (both cats deleted)
    -EBC Stage 4 brake kit (W/ slotted rotors & red stuff pads)
    -SS Brake lines
    -SS Clutch line
    -Strut Brace
    (Picture of engine bay)
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    Well I got into a accident and rear ended a Ford explorer.
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    The crash bar saved its life. Insurance deemed it totalled.
    I bought it back and fixed it with the pay out left over after the loan was paid off.
    Tho multiply shops said it did not have frame damage. I believe that not to be true. The right fender is bent outward and the hood hits by hinge when opened.
    (Picture of car after I repaired it)
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    I found myself in the position to finally build the motor and finish the full build.
    Well Since the one I had has frame damage. I decided to search for a new rolling chassis.


    I found a rolling chassis for $800 with a shot valve and some hail damge. Also in Mica black but with Black interior.
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    So I scooped it up and starting moving all upgrades to new one.


    So this is the new setup:
    -Overspeed Built Motor(Built For 700hp)(I'll include build sheet
    -Grimmspeed Ebcs
    -Guardian Angel
    -HTP 3.5" Intake W/Recirculation Tube (recirculation tube blocked)
    -4" to 3.5" coupler for intake
    -St manifold W/PI adapter
    -1000cc boush injectors
    -Split second controller
    -NGK 6510
    -DM STAGE 3 Dual Occ kit(running route 3) -DM Pcv vent plate (not new version)
    -Bosch 4 Bar Map
    -Turbosmart Dual Port BBV(Full VTA)
    -Rotella T6 Oil
    -Autotech hpfp internals
    -Fmic (Tr1035 kit w/crash bar)
    -CPE exhaust Manifold
    -Kosmic 3" DP
    -Tial Mv-R 44mm Wastegate (17lb spring)
    -Kosmic dump tube
    -PTE 5558 CEA Gen2
    -Hellcat fuel pump
    -Spin on oil filter conversion
    -Sandwhich plate
    -Transfer case bearing caps
    -Sure Rear Diff Mounts(Both)
    -Rev 5 Oil cooler kit
    -Whilteline Rear sway bar
    -Adju. Sway bar linkage(rear)
    -ContinentalExtremeContactDWS06 tires
    -GS 3in1(Boost/oil temp/oil pressure guage)
    -GS Oil Pressure guage W/Alarm
    -Fuel lab Fuel Regulator
    -custom 3" catback with 2 vibrant ultra quiet resonators
    -single exit (no mufflers or cats)

    I opted to replace all sensors and all fail points (water pump, thermostat). My goal for this build is a 650hp daily
    (Engine Build Sheet)
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    Currently I am still installing everything and switching everything over. I'll post updates as they come.
     

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    Quite the build!
     
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  3. JohnnyTightlips

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    Looks good, probably would get rid of the brotella and switch to mobil 5w40 or royal purple 5w30. Lots of modern oils have made advances and brotella is not ideal anymore.
     
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    Yes Sir!! I was driving around with that Bnr S4 v2 and I was having a blast on a base tune. And I was all smiles knowing I was loving it already and I was still setting up to go bigger!!
     
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    Thanks man! And Thanks For The Advice! I Appreciate You!

    I started running this on my old setup as a preventive measure. I read it was recommended to use T6 when going big turbo and no cats 3" DP. To combat smoking at idle.

    I wasn't sure what i should run. If that was still a issue.... I asked the builder and he said ideally we would be running a gen 2 dexos 40w so probably switching to that.

    I Appreciate You Bro!
     
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    Yes you really just want a gen 2 dexos oil as they are designed for DI cars which most modern oils do. 5w40 is the standard for most built motors due to tolerances. I have run both 5w30 and 5w40 on mine and I plan to go back to 5w40 on my next change as I liked the oil pressure more when it was hot hot.
     
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    Bang on! Tribodyn or royal purple are two of the go two Dexos II oils these days for our engines here's the UOA thread that's been consolidated, if you do oil analysis feel free to post it up there with the info on mileage etc once you swap.

    Also nice build.
    https://www.mazdaspeeds.org/index.php?threads/best-engine-oil-all-mod-levels.7931/
     
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    Love the build!!
     
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    Well it will be no surprise this build is taking longer then I anticipated due to the covid. I ran into some challenges with this build But I love a challenge!!

    So here's the new car with my Broski as we dive in and get to getting this motor out of the new car:
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    I'll take the help if its available lol.

    So here is the new motor from overspeed built to run 700hp with a X-clutch twin disk attached right out of the crate:
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    Ok so the 1st hurdle I came across was the turbo kit I purchased from Edge Autosports was supposed to fit the speed 6. But the turbo drain kit wouldn't fit due to the speed 6 transfer case pictured here (sorry pictures are not very clear):
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    So i contacted kosmic and was told that the line i got was not made for speed 6. And I contacted edge and sent them a picture from Eric Yarbrough on the facebook group selling the correct one just as a reference of what the correct one looks like and edge end up purchasing that one from Eric and sending it to me. Here's the new one installed:
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    And that brings me to the next hurdle. The turbo was hitting the exhaust manifold stud and was preventing the turbo from sitting parallel to the motor like it needs to be. So if I would have connected the downpipe it would have been going towards the passenger rear tire. So my solution was to tighten the nut down on the stud and cut the nut in half also cutting the stud off. I put some thread lock on and it seems to have fixed the issue. Here is a few pictures:
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    So moving forward. The front bolt to the subframe was completely rusted on. So I tried heat, and I tried penetrating oil. But I end up snapping the bolt/nut off. I purchased a replacement but the bolt end up having some rust in it aswell and wouldn't come out and after trying everything a few different times and buying a implact gun with 1400 ftlbs of torque and didn't help. End up stripping the bolt despite my best efforts to not. So I reshaped the bolt heads flared base to a square and hammering a socket onto it just heating it the bolt few times over and over and working it back and forth and slowly working it out. Finally got it out!:
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    So the map sensor would not mount to the ST Manifold. So I had to remove the metal ring from the mounting point on the map sensor. Here:
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    It's coming along.
     
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    Ah yes. Looks like edge got you a eric Yarbrough drain for the 6. I'm running one on mine as well. And same deal with having to shave the bottom left bolt on the exhaust manifold with every precision turbo ive ever ran.


    Good progress!
     
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    Thanks Man!! Good to know that cutting the bolt is normal.
     
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    Well, This is going to be my secondary daily driver. So I wanted it to be as reliable as possible! I mean we all do right? Lol! But I went the extra mile to try and make sure its a reliable build. So I replaced everything that was a possible fail point while switching everything from old car to new one. So moving forward I bought all these new for a fresh build:
    -PCV Valve
    -Water Pump
    -Idler Pulley
    -Serpentine Belt
    -Sparks Plugs
    -Belt Tensioner
    -Exhaust Nuts
    -Vacume Hose
    -Primary 02 Sensor
    -Crackshaft Position Sensor
    -Oil Pressure Sensor
    -Exhaust Manifold Gasket
    -Spin On Oil Filter Housing Gasket
    -3" Downpipe Gasket
    -Knock Sensor
    -Coil Packs
    -Throttle Body Gasket
    -Intake Manifold Gasket
    -(Ray's Mazda Parts-E85 Safe HPFP Rebuild Kit)
    -Starter Dust Sheild/Gasket
    -New OCC Hose
    -MAF O-ring
    -Full EGR Delete
    -Thermostat
    -BOV Gasket
    -Sealent To Reseal T-Case
    -EGR Plate Gasket
    -EGR Valve Gasket
    -VVT Silonide Seal
    -Valve Cover Seal
    -Sandwhich Plate Adapter Gasket
    -Driver Side Sure Motorsports Replacement Urathan


    Moving forward I resealed the T-case. And when I got into it. I found that the last time I resealed it after I put in the upgraded bearing caps I must have used a little too much sealant. There was pieces of sealant in the suction arm filter. Dualy noted (Use Less Sealant) Got It.. Here's a few pics: 20200530_190001.jpg
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    While I was disassembling my old setup. I came across the HPFP bolts and they wouldn't budge. Ultimately they end up rounding off. I initially tried making a slot on top to use a screw driver but found out pretty quick it was too tight to lossen with a screw driver. So to move forward I end up grinding off the bolt heads on two of them. And i rebuilt the HPFP with the E85 safe O-ring Kit. Heres a few pictures:
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    I bought some exhaust wrap and wrapped the downpipe and the EWG dump pipe. Looking Good! Heres a few pics: Screenshot_20200906-132313_Gallery.jpg

    I'll keep the updates coming...
     
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    Just some pics I grabbed here and there showing progress.
    Here's the Sandwhich adapter I use to run front mount oil cooler
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    Here's the new one engine out.
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    Some Turbo Love
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    Ok so here is the motor installed
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    So i ordered my intercooler setup on 4/23/20 and I just now as of yesterday 9/5/20 after 3 different tries I finally got the correct Tr1035 core for the kit.

    1st time i received whole kit it had Tr8 core. And i ordered the Tr1035. Second time was just a month ago I received the Tr10. The vender was saying it was the Tr1035 but the mounting points were wrong. Then I was told that I would have to make a way for it to mount it because it didn't line up with the mounting points in the crash bar.

    After i contacted the owner it was corrected I sent the tr10 core back and I had to wait for treadstone to get cought up with back orders. So here's pictures of the crash bar, the Tr10 core and the Tr1035:
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    Damn she's Sexy


    So moving forward I ran into a issue with the downpipe running into the alternator heat gaurd/ breathing port and was pressing hard so no way to get the heat gaurd in there. So i end up snapping it unintentionally. And somehow I got it to work. 20200906_155615.jpg
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    So I am installing a few things listed here:
    -Viper 2 way remote start alarm with security
    -Split second controller
    -Gaurdian Angel
    -Wot Box
    -3 in 1 guage(boost/oil pressure/oil temp)
    -oil pressure guage with alarm
    -relays for alarm
    -Shift beep
    -E85 content sensor

    Each item is running on its own relay thats fused. I'm also doing a battery relocation to the trunk and running a second battery on a battery isolator for a audio system.
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    Found these cheap battery wire kits with zero guage wire.

    So when I transfered everything over from the old car to the new one I choose to just take the entire front wheel hub assemblys including the lower control arms. Since I had upgraded rotors and brakes pads and brake lines. I also moved the adjustable upper ball joints over. So it was a faster switch. Maybe lol..

    Everything is already wired up in the cab. And in the engine bay. But still working on trunk. And audio system. 20200830_132139.jpg

    I'm shocked it will be done soon !!

    Stoked!!
     

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    Wow man this is a lot of work and sounds like you have invested tons of time and money in this speed. Keep up the great work and I bet this thing is going to be insane!
     
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    Thanks Man!! It's been a Fun And Enjoying journey to get here!!! And I'm Stoked to be finally going all out! I've always wanted to fully build a car from top to bottom and I'm finally here! And yes It's going to be a Blast!!! And I Can't Wait!!!
     
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    When you install the wot box, want to make a write-up? We need one for the ms6 !

    Looking forward to seeing this thing running!
     
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    I second this as I am hoping to eventually run a wot box as well. @Raideris giving incentives for new threads as well im pretty sure!
     
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