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Have an ecotec with turbo motor. with to install w/o computer and bolt to auto trans. need help to make it run

Building street rod with ecotec motor. with to have turbo motor run without computer. I'm sure this has been done but need help to find info on doing such.

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It would depend on the year of the motor. IF there is no distributor on the motor, you cannot do this without a computer. The timing for the ignition comes from a CPS. You cannot convert that process without a computer. IF you are looking at performance issues, you can always change the programming of the chip in the ECM.

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SOURCE: 1978 VW auto trans

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okay, for a 16g on a 2g you should get an install kit. its the easiest way to do it. you could also piece your own together. i would recomend getting one HERE .

for a complete step by step guide w/ pics, check out the VFAQ

now i hope your 16g came with a wastegate actuator because you can't use the one off of the T25. if it didn't come with one, you can use a 1g actuator off of either the 14b or the 13g.
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now, the internal wastegate/wastegate actuator isn't adjustable.
for more boost, you can get a boost controller, or
if you want to increase your boost by 2-3psi you can remove the restrictor in the wastegate solenoid. here is a step-by-step guide for removing it.
(if you want to run more boost than that your gonna want to get larger fuel injectors first.)

if your just running a stock ecu, no tuning is required. but if you already have a tunable system (like DSM Link, E-manage, AEM or even a SAFC) it wouldn't hurt to adjust the tune a little.

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SOURCE: 1987 6 cyl motor.non poget 4 cyl trans..........5pd

try a new flywheel we just went threw 5 starters it was the flywheel now hittin enough this might be it

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SOURCE: removing oil pan on 2003 jeep wrangler with auto trans

use a pair of plyers and pull down on the plastic it should just be slid on the bolt take the tranny lines off the piece plastic first

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SOURCE: Saab 9000T Auto Trans changeout?

tranny will separate from engine just take out converter bolts from flywheel and separate drive axels.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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