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Old 03-27-2005, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default Just finished my DASC Install.

I completed a DASC Install on my 99' TI about a week or so ago. I did the install over a weekend and took approx. 20 hours (I took my time) The first time I started her she started right up and idled like a champ, no vacume leaks or anything. Anyone do an install take your time it will come out better.

I do not have have any dyno charts but they will be forth coming. I had all bracket Powerder Coated "Flat Black" to make the install clean and all had all the intake manifolds "Extrude Honed" (www.extrudehone.com). I can post pictures on the manifolds if anyone is interested.

I would like to send a thanks out to all the people that participated in the group buy, as well Nick G and Jim @ DA for offering great discounts.

I also cannot forget Gerry Dorison for his great write up and the help he provided to me before the install. Thanks Gerry.

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Good work! Glad to hear the install went good. The brackets look really nice power-coated. I had a friend help with my DASC install and it took about 14 hours. The DASC kit is really impressive. I haven't had a single problem since I installed mine about 12k miles ago.

Now what? Water-injection, pulley?
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Good work! Glad to hear the install went good. The brackets look really nice power-coated. I had a friend help with my DASC install and it took about 14 hours. The DASC kit is really impressive. I haven't had a single problem since I installed mine about 12k miles ago.

Now what? Water-injection, pulley?
Dustin,

Thanks... As for next, not a whole lot planned as of yet. We'll see, I am thinking some dyno runs, and some more driving once I get some miles down, I will think about making changes.

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how much did you guys get them for on the group buy
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What did the extrude hone cost, and how long did it take them to get the parts back to you?
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Old 03-28-2005, 05:05 PM   #6
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how much did you guys get them for on the group buy
The cost on the group buy was $2850.00, if I recall.

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Old 03-28-2005, 05:07 PM   #7
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What did the extrude hone cost, and how long did it take them to get the parts back to you?
I got a really good deal as I met the owner at SEMA, so if anyone is interested in the service let me know. I think there normal cost for a 4 Cyl . EFI Manifold is over $420, and then the elbow is like another $50. I can get it all done for $400 + Shipping which is like $15 or so.

Turn around is 2-3 Weeks, more like three.

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I got a really good deal as I met the owner at SEMA, so if anyone is interested in the service let me know. I think there normal cost for a 4 Cyl . EFI Manifold is over $420, and then the elbow is like another $50. I can get it all done for $400 + Shipping which is like $15 or so.

Turn around is 2-3 Weeks, more like three.

Let me know if you are interested.

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A little off topic but are the individual runners for the DASC manifold circular?
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A little off topic but are the individual runners for the DASC manifold circular?

The runners on the DASC manifold are they same size and shape as the stock intake runners. It is mor oval like then cicular.

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The cost on the group buy was $2850.00, if I recall.

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WOW that's low... how come I didn't know about this one? I guess I'm waiting until my warranty is up to start a group buy...
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ZeroG- Just saw your photo album. Is that your GF? Think I saw a bimmer or two in there also... some nice, uh, headlights.
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ZeroG- Just saw your photo album. Is that your GF? Think I saw a bimmer or two in there also... some nice, uh, headlights.
Nah ... The girl with cars is just some pin up chic that was at the BMW Planetfest. She is a Bimmer whore. She went through the parking lot from one Bimmer to the next. I guess she get around. lol

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WOW that's low... how come I didn't know about this one? I guess I'm waiting until my warranty is up to start a group buy...
I think supercharging doesnt void your warranty....but turbocharging does.
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how fast are quarter mile times on dasc'd ti's anyone in the 13's i know our cars aren't for the strip but why not have some fun there
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Hello,
the return vapors oil
is connected
into the intake manifold
or
free out of motor?????

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