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The Poor Mans Non-Sequential Setup
« on: September 23, 2006, 01:39:42 AM »
This is the very illusive & difficult to find Simplified Poor Mans Non-Sequential Turbo Conversion How To
Please read the entire Thread before reaching for your spanner...

Tools needed:

1/4" Drive Ratchet

6" 1/4" Drive extension

10mm Deep well socket

10mm Open end wrench

11mm Deep well socket

12mm Deep well socket

Side wire cutters

Vise Grips

Razor Knife

Cable zip-ties

One 1/8" Plastic "T" vacum hose union

3ft. 3.5mm Silicone vacum hose

Several spare 10mm bolts

One Coat Hanger

Floor Jack

Step 1.

Remove the Air box/ or intake whichever applies. The idea is to clear the area above the "Y"pipe assembley.
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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2006, 01:40:51 AM »
Step 2.

Remove the 3.5mm vacum hose that runs between the Charge relief valve (CRV) and the Lower intake manifold (LIM). Now with the Plastic "T" union splice the line from the CRV into the 3.5mm vacum line that runs to the backside of the blow off valve (BOV) Make sure that you zip tie all these in place to avoid any future problems with boost leaks.


(Pic 1)^^^


You may either plug the remaining nipple on the LIM where the line for the CRV used to be or just let it vent. I suggest that with this jerry-rigged version you plug it as I am not 100% sure that it would not affect something due to the solonoids that are still in place. In the future if you decide to go with the full non-sequential version and remove all the solonoids and vacum rack then I know for a fact that it is ok to just leave these nipples open and let them vent.

So here you see it plugged on the LIM side using some 3.5mm vacum hose a few zip-ties and a spare 10mm bolt.


(Pic 2)^^^

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« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2006, 01:44:14 AM »
Step 3.

Remove the two remaining 3.5mm vacum lines on the Charge control valve (CCV) and two on the "Y"pipe assembly. Use some new vacum hose and create a "bridge" off the Y pipe to essentially negate these two nipples as shown in the pic below. The lines from the CCV also need to be plugged using 3.5mm vacum hose and a spare bolt. You should plug it at both ends, At the valve itself and at the LIM. Again you need not plug the nipple at the LIM if you do the full version.

(Pic 1)^^^


Here is another image of this with the pipe out to. This is just for more clarification of the modification done to the "Y" pipe. Dont forget to plug the lines from the CCV as well. I did not get a pic of that.

(Pic 2)^^^

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« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2006, 01:46:06 AM »
Step 4.

Remove the black pressure tank that is mounted in front of the Upper intake manifold (UIM) This also means that you will remove the two vacum lines that are connected to it. Plug these lines with vacum hose and bolts.

(Pic 1)^^^


This is the tank I am talking about..

(Pic 2)^^^

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« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2006, 01:46:51 AM »
One of the lines off the pressure tank in the pic above was attached to a hard pipe. It is shown below plugged as it should now be.The other nipple that the pressure tank was connected to jets out of the drivers side of the lower Y pipe assembly. It points upward. Should be hard to miss. That line should also be plugged with some vacum hose and a bolt.

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« Reply #5 on: September 23, 2006, 01:47:35 AM »
Step 5.

Remove the two vacum lines connected to the Pre Control solinoid. The Pre control solinoid is mounted next to the wastgate solinoid on the front of the UIM. The Pre control solinoid is the one on the passenger side. Plug the lines on the hard pipe side . They can vent from the solinoid as it is not not being used at all.

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« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2006, 01:50:13 AM »
Step 6.

Jack up the passenger side of the car and crawl under the car to acces the Turbo control acctuator (TCA) It is held inplace by two 10mm studs. You will need to remove them with a 10mm open end wrench. After removing the two bolts you will need to remove a small "c" clip that holds the actuating rod onto the flapper door. There are also two 3/8 vacum lines that will need to be taken loose from the TCA.Once you have the TCA completely removed from the car take the coat hanger and wire the flapper door arm all the way towards the front of the car (open postion).

(Pic 1)^^^

Wire the flapper door arm as shown in the two pics below.

(Pic 2&3)^^^

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« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2006, 01:51:52 AM »
Step 7.

Last one

Plug the remaining two lines that came of the TCA with 1/4" bolts and some zipties

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« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2006, 01:52:41 AM »
After you have that all set reinstall the intake and check all your Intercooler couplers to make sure that they are nice and snug. Thats it. You should be now getting nice solid boost with no transitions whatsoever. If you are experiencein boost spikes still I suggest getting a nice manual boost controller. If you are not getting full boost the first place I suggest looking is the Intercooler couplers. If you are still using stock couplers and worm driven clamps I highly suggest replacing them asap with silicone couplers and "T" bolt clamps.


Good luck:cheers


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This "How To" is FromNo-Pistons Carry out this modification at your own risk. Mazdarotaryclub & Myself will not be held accountable for any mistakes made resulting in injury or problems to vehicles as a direct result of this modification. There is also extra info & follow up info on the rest of the thread so please be sure to check it...


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« Reply #9 on: September 23, 2006, 02:01:50 AM »
Shouldn\'t you be asleep in bed ??

Are you on the MRC moderator nightshift ??

Simon Hellis
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13b modded and built by knightsports, rebuilt by Chris, MP T70 mapped by Carl.
450 bhp @ 0.8 Bar
HUGE GRIN @ 1.15 Bar !!

oh sh1t - blew it up :(

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« Reply #10 on: September 23, 2006, 02:07:22 AM »
Iv been after this for ages now since iv got my engine in bits, so hopefully will have it all finished off by Monday/Tuesday when my bits arrive :)

& yes im on MRC night watch :p

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« Reply #11 on: September 23, 2006, 02:20:34 AM »

Simon Hellis
\'93 FD

13b modded and built by knightsports, rebuilt by Chris, MP T70 mapped by Carl.
450 bhp @ 0.8 Bar
HUGE GRIN @ 1.15 Bar !!

oh sh1t - blew it up :(

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« Reply #12 on: September 23, 2006, 10:21:49 AM »
Nice one rixo so you finally found it then! can you let me know the outcome on yours and whether you recomend it cheers buddy

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« Reply #13 on: February 18, 2007, 10:30:34 AM »
I am doing this non sequential setup now, does anybody know how good it works
?. Cheers

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« Reply #14 on: February 18, 2007, 10:50:45 AM »
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