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Author Subject: Stef's Supercharged 205 GTi6
stef306

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Post #1
Hi all,

Ive been floating around for a few years now and i thought id make decent use of my membership. Some of you may know me or seen the car but i thought id use it to say hi.
Ive owned the car for a good 6 years now and i originally bought 2x for £500 off ebay one being the one i have now the other was used for parts then sold on. Ive had 2 previous to this and both being in worse shape than this. I already knew the direction i wanted to take and with previous mistakes helping the decision.

Ill do my best to list the spec of the car as of today.

90' graphite grey non sunroof 1600 shell.
Engine and transmission

Xu10 Gti6 engine
Custom inlet
M90 eaton supercharger stock pulley at 0.8bar
Reangled exhaust manifold mated to a 2.5" 3 box exhaust system.
1900 gearbox with a 3j plated diff
16 row oil cooler with a non thermostatic plate
JEK intercooler and 2.5" aluminum pipe work
Tial 50mm Bov
Omex 600 ecu
Lucas 400cc injectors
Adjustable fpr
APS 380 in tank fuel pump
JEK floor mounted swirl pot
Bosch 044 pump
Satchshift
aem wideband
Renault 5 turbo rad

Suspension and steering
Omp strut brace
309 shafts
rosejointed wishbones
309 tube, 22mm torsion bars and 25mm arb with vts trailing arms and solid baker mounts
Koni front and rear shocks
-30mm springs
Rosejoint drop links
106 pas pump and motor
Ph1 vts rack

Brakes

Nissan skyline r33 gts-t front calipers
285mm front discs
gti6 32mm rear calipers
Modified rear discs to a "pettle" design
Manual bias valve
Braided lines
406 non abs 24mm cylinder

Wheels and tyres

Team dynamic pro race 3/1.2's
195/50/15 yokohamma ad08r's

Body

Reverse bulge fg bonnet
Zender front valance
Carbon rear spoiler
Standard bosy trims
Modified omp cage
RSA 6 point harnesses
Cobreau fg bucket seats

Few things i plan to update in the coming future.

The car has been mapped by sandy brown and the car drives very well while still returning good mpg when needed. I dont know the bhp of the car as i dont tend to believe rr results it drives well and is reliable. Car previously used a eaton m45 from a mini which i ran for a few years that setup made 205bhp @ 3psi of boost. Considering 95% of the work on the car is my own im happy with how its turned out. Ive probably missed a few things there is a big thread over on 306oc for those interested.









https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mIDBlnup5M

Will leave with this short rr blast by sandy, running about 0.5/6 bar at the time.

Stef Smile

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 29th Apr 2016 at 23:01
prism7guy

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Post #2
Nice to see your project thread started on here. The intercooler in the last pic, is that a recent change?

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Posted 29th Apr 2016 at 23:17
superchargedblack1997gti6

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Post #3
Nice lookin car mate Smile must go very well. Sounds nice too

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Posted 29th Apr 2016 at 23:18
stef306

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Post #4
prism7guy wrote:
Nice to see your project thread started on here. The intercooler in the last pic, is that a recent change?


Yes it is prob last month i had it done with pipe work to fit the new bumper.

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 29th Apr 2016 at 23:31
stef306

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Post #5
slowly i have been finishing off the swirl pot set up. Im using a bosch 044 to feed the injectors and a aps 380 in tank pump to feed the pot. Ive also used a 30 and 100 micron filter for protection.



Hopefully this is the last of my surging issues!

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 1st May 2016 at 18:19
Day666

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Post #6
Glad you started a project thread Stef ...I believe your the chap on OC that does the rear beams ?
Great to see your car coming along nicely ...looks amazing well done ...

Please keep the updates coming & plenty of pics Thumbs up
Posted 2nd May 2016 at 08:08
stef306

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Post #7
Day666 wrote:
Glad you started a project thread Stef ...I believe your the chap on OC that does the rear beams ?
Great to see your car coming along nicely ...looks amazing well done ...

Please keep the updates coming & plenty of pics Thumbs up


yeah thats me Smile

Ill try to keep the updates coming

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 2nd May 2016 at 09:22
stef306

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Post #8
today i finished off the swirl pot and heat sleeved the fuel hose as its near the exhaust. Managed to pick up 5 meters for £30 needless to say ive loads left over.



Also managed to get around to getting the front valance in primer since the sun was out. Taking extra care with this one as it took for ever to find one!





Back on 4 wheels been awhile since it last was.

Stef Smile

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 3rd May 2016 at 22:23
3rd time lucky

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Post #9
I have to admit, this is a lovely looking 205 and tidy conversion. Good work Thumbs up

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Posted 3rd May 2016 at 22:46
stef306

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Post #10
3rd time lucky wrote:
I have to admit, this is a lovely looking 205 and tidy conversion. Good work Thumbs up


Thank you Smile

Tonight i finished off the fuel lines, i drew some designs for some pump and sender covers and got them cut by the local water cutters in 4mm stainless.



Stef Smile

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 4th May 2016 at 21:46
stef306

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Post #11
Got the valance in basecoat and lacquer will leave it a few days before i attempt to refit.



Since im still waiting on the cage to return i made a start on removing the dash. I dropped my spare dash off to the flockers which i hope to pick up weekend. I think ill have a cable tidy while its all out.



Stef Smile

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 10th May 2016 at 22:17
stef306

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Post #12
finished refitting the front valance and picked up the dash tonight hopefully refit it all this week ready for mot.





Stef Smile

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1990 205 gti6 supercharged
Posted 17th May 2016 at 22:13
roland rat

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Post #13
Love the valance but the lower lip spoiler is a bit ott imo
Posted 17th May 2016 at 22:33
manthos

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Post #14
I agree with Roland but I really love how the front looks in the first photo of the thread

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Posted 17th May 2016 at 23:22
stef306

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Post #15
Long gone that setup along with the charger

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Posted 17th May 2016 at 23:37
Day666

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Post #16
stef306 wrote:
Long gone that setup along with the charger


What ? ...the charger has gone ?
Posted 18th May 2016 at 05:26
welshpug!

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Post #17
replaced with a bigger one Big grin

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 07:45
Day666

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Post #18
welshpug! wrote:
replaced with a bigger one Big grin


Thumbs up
Posted 18th May 2016 at 07:51
demondriverdan

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Post #19
Yours is quite similar to mine, F2000 spoiler and a front splitter! I prefer how much lower your splitter sits though, it's quite high on my car.

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 11:49
sergioiacobucci

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Post #20
Dan your car looks great - jealous!

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 12:33
demondriverdan

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Post #21
Apart from the hanging down handbrake cable that annoys me in ever photo I get!

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 13:10
sergioiacobucci

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Post #22
demondriverdan wrote:
Apart from the hanging down handbrake cable that annoys me in ever photo I get!


Well now you've pointed it out...sloppy

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 13:21
stef306

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Post #23
Bigger


LOL

Splitter is more so what it does behind the bumper rather than looks. But cant please all Wink

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 22:28
demondriverdan

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Post #24
Mine extends back reasonably far as well, needs to to be effective.

Not sure that supercharger is big enough Razz

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 23:00
stef306

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Post #25
Mine is an inch off touching the sump.

Yeah she's a big girl but much more effective and efficient. It's from a mustang after all LOL

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Posted 18th May 2016 at 23:49

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