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I changed a few things.. added a breather box, baffled the valve cover breather holes, battery in the back, new intake piping with a "stacked intake" (velocity stack in the cone), oil cooler added as well.

 

 

itzgoten, how do you keep the turbo from melting your brake master cylinder reservoirs? i see the blanket on the turbo, but is your manifold coated? this is what happened to mine...i had my manifold wrapped, but then took the wrap off. gonna put a new wrap on this weekend, but i notice you race your Z too. wondering how those underhood temps are.

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itzgoten, how do you keep the turbo from melting your brake master cylinder reservoirs? i see the blanket on the turbo, but is your manifold coated? this is what happened to mine...i had my manifold wrapped, but then took the wrap off. gonna put a new wrap on this weekend, but i notice you race your Z too. wondering how those underhood temps are.

 

FJ 280z, I had all hot pipes ceramic coated. My buddy works for some "unknown" place that ceramic coats various things that go into either planes or something aerospace related. What he does exactly is pretty vague but he said he could ceramic coat my parts. When they came back it all looked chrome. He coated my buddies turbo components a few years back for his 1000hp civic and the coating is still on there. Even when the piping bottoms out on a car it doesn't flake off.

 

Anyway back to your original questions. The manifold, both dump tubes, downpipe, exhaust side of the turbo were all ceramic coated. I also wrapped the turbo with a turbo blanket and I have reflective material wrapping the BMC. The top is open in this picture but I had it stapled shut so it's completely covered.

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