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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 07:56, Mon 12 June 2006 »
ok, i'll try to install it. it's the same as the sistem you told me but without the T piece because the boost controler is the same
         
...Controlable OUTLET
...............|
free out--------free out
...............|
.......THE + - circle

the two free outets are always conected and not controled by the cirle that adjust the boost. so this is the main connection and i use the circular + - controler to open the controled outlet to let the air in the atmosphere.

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 11:08, Sun 11 June 2006 »


That's mine bleed valve. it has 3 outputs so i must do the following thing:

1.from the output of the carb  i connect the incoming air to one side of the Boost controler and the other to the actuator
2. the third output that is controled to open by the bleed valve will leave  open and when opening i will increase the boost!?

i'm writnig it again cause mine is with 3 putputs and i think that i don't need that plastic t piece.

Thanks for your advice.. now i need another:) hihi

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Renault 5 GT Turbo / Boost Controler
« on: 17:12, Sat 10 June 2006 »
Hi, i'm having the following problem: i have just installed a boost controller to control the boost from inside. The problem is that i can't regulate it in small stepst.. Only 0,5 for ex and 1,5 BAR of boost. that's the problem. I have done the cup version modification and installed the bleed vavle(boost controler)  between the actuator input and the carb outlet which is used when Cup modification used.

1. Give advices where to install the bleed valve if using tha standart system, or how to make the current system makes little steps fox ex, 0,6 0,7 0,8,0,9 BAR 1,0.......

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 18:08, Sat 27 May 2006 »
Hi jure.. he is talking not for the water in and outlet.. he is talking for some holes in the carb..maybe aftermaket creations of someone.? but there are no holses originaly there! just technological once i think:)

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 17:24, Sat 27 May 2006 »
there are no hols there! Just close them and make sure they are well isolated!

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 21:43, Fri 26 May 2006 »
The ECU have a vacum sector. On this sector there is a CAP (inside there is azz spring. this is a corector for ignition(not sure) but this may be the problem. you must somewhere where they can adjust it for your engine!

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 21:41, Fri 26 May 2006 »
Sorry, but check this:

1. The ECU vacum sector. Try sucking and look if there is good vacum
2. chek the ECU cavum cable
3. the left and the right holes that i write about before . they are one side vacum valves(or something like that) They should let the air onli in one way.
4. I can;t say but check the electric conections.. i don't know.


that's what i can say. if i have something more i 'll write down!

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 21:27, Fri 26 May 2006 »
The upper one goes to the ECU!
The left one and the right one are the same.

1 must go to the Servo Breaing pump to create vacum for break assitance.

2nd is conected to a network of the oil sistem gasses.... very hard to explain. (Until somebody explain you the system  well you can close it somehow  and drive like that:)

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 22:08, Thu 27 April 2006 »
One carb "expert" here in my countriy said to me that this should be connected to the vacum below the carb ot  to the pressure  with the turbo sistem.( i can't remeber exactly he was no sure) he sad that this should  pump an extra fuel when needed.. i can't explain it.

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 17:21, Thu 27 April 2006 »
what i was tring to explain is the output on the right side. The outlet  in the left on the picture.(the one that is  ointing left at about 45 angle :)

Where i must connect that?

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 09:19, Sat 15 April 2006 »
Our disscusions here in the Forum led to the opinion that a t25 hybrid turbine is the best choice. The watercooled turbine advantage is that  the turbine and the oil of car will last longer. But if you  use more quality oil specialy for high performance cars with turbines and a larger oil cooling radiator  can gives you the same lifetime of the turbine.

P.S. That's just mine opinion! Look around and you will find what you need.

Good Luck!

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 20:02, Thu 23 February 2006 »
That's very expensive.. here the income of the regular person is not more than 90 Pounds :P  REALLY!!

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 18:08, Mon 20 February 2006 »
But i'm not sure it's bigger it looks the same..maybe if i see it not on picture there will be any differance.

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 18:06, Mon 20 February 2006 »
:(  yes that would be a problem. Anyway thanks for the information.

How much it will cost the delivery of something that big and havy?

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 09:53, Mon 20 February 2006 »
Still no.. i' waiting for an answer from this guy... so you are telling me that the actuator from nissans stock turbo is better than the atuator of the Fives

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