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» Street Brawler Installation Instructions
These notes have been revised to reflect installation with a v-band connection at the exit of the turbine housing. To reference the old instructions, click here. These in structions are complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge, if you notice any incorrectness, please let me know by emailing me at techinfo@koracing.net. Note: What you do to your car is your business, and you take full reponsibility for your own actions. KORacing and Kris Osheim cannot be held ...
» TKO Installation Instructions
TKO Exhaust Installation Instructions This exhaust replaces the stock b-pipe and muffler. Because this exhaust eliminates the secondary catalytic converter, it is not emissions legal and should not be used on pollution controlled vehicles. These in structions are complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge, if you notice any incorrectness, please let me know by emailing me at techinfo@koracing.net. ...
» CT26/20b Downpipe Installation Instructions
KO Racing Downpipe Installation Instructions These in structions are complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge, if you notice any incorrectness, please let me know by emailing me at techinfo@koracing.net. Note: What you do to your car is your business, and you take full reponsibility for your own actions. KORacing and Kris Osheim cannot be held legally liable for any problems associated with the use of these...
» Downpipe Support Bracket Installation Instructions
KO Racing Downpipe Support Bracket Installation Instructions The purpose of installing this part is to reduce the possiblity of cracking a downpipe by tying the free (b-pipe connection) end to the engine block. With both ends of the downpipe connected to the engine, there is almost no relative motion between them, and thus no stress induced into the downpipe from a wobbly b-pipe or exhuast. These in structions are com...
» Converting a MKII with EHPS (Electro Hydraulic Power Steering) to manual steering
Converting a MKII with EHPS (Electro Hydraulic Power Steering) to manual steering These instructions are complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge, if you notice any inaccuracies, please let me know by emailing me at techinfo@koracing.net. Note: What you do to your car is your business, and you take full reponsibility for your own actions. KO Racing and Kris Osheim cannot be held legally liable for an...
» Article detailing build up of a 2.2Liter Stroker (circa 2003) by Former KO Employee
HOW TO CONVERT A 165 REAR WHEEL HORSEPOWER 2.0 LITER ENGINE INTO A 2.2 LITER MONSTER 10/2004 UPDATE-SERIOUS PROBLEMS WITH THE PREVIOUS ENGINE BUILD After installing an HKS head gasket, and resurfacing both mating surfaces, the engine was producing a reliable 300RWHP at 1 BAR of boost. I drove it that way for 3000 miles, running it occasionally at the dragstrip, where it made two 12.9 second passes. On June 12, 2004, the car overheated at the 1400 f...
» 2.5" vs. 3.0" diameter piping on a 3SGTE (MR2)
2.5" VS. 3.0" Piping Full Sized Image In Corky Bell's book, "Maximum Boost" it is stated that 2.5" exhaust doesn't become a restriction until somewhere between 450 and 500 horsepower (Chart above taken from "Maximum Boost" by Corky Bell). Unwilling to simply accept that at face value, we have been conducting our own testing, to determine where 3 inch diameter pipe becomes an advantage on the 3S-GTE, found in the MR2 Turbo...
» Paint Shop Selection Advice
A General Guide to Selecting a Paint Shop for your Car The prices can really range from production type paint shops $500 (Maaco or Earl Scheib) to the high end show car only stuff (about $5000 - $7000 -- paint job only without body work). What is really important is that you feel comfortable that you are going to get the results that you desire. Some good tips for anyone looking to get a paint job at a shop: Ask to see exampl...
» Fan Shroud Installation Instructions
KO Racing Fan Shroud Installation Instructions These instructions are complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge, if you notice any inaccuracies, please let me know by emailing me at techinfo@koracing.net. Note: What you do to your car is your business, and you take full reponsibility for your own actions. KO Racing and Kris Osheim cannot be held legally liable for any problems associated with the use of the...
» How to Make Power with a 3SGTE. A part based guide. *work in progress*
This is a work in progress. Please email comments or questions to kris@koracing.net. Let me start of by first explaining my background. I am a degreed Mechanical Engineer having graduated from Oregon State University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science. I have been building and selling parts for the 3SGTE powered MR2 from the time I was a Senior in college in 2000. In that time, I've innovated some of the items that are mainstays in the aftermarket community for the 3SGTE engine and the MR...
» Hydra Nemesis Wideband Installation
»Hydra Nemesis Wideband Installation Hydra Nemesis Wideband 02 Sensor Installation Instructions These in structions are complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge, if you notice any incorrectness, please let me know by emailing me at techinfo@koracing.net. Note: What you do to your car is your business, and you take full responsibility for your own actions. KO Racing, Inc. and Kris Osheim cannot be held legally liable for any ...
» Hydra Nemesis Turbo Timer Option Installation
The turbo timer allows the Nemesis to provide for a minimum amount of time for the engine to idle so that the engine oil and coolant can cool down the turbo from the last time the throttle was opened. The turbo timer option consists of a relay with four wires attached. Before installing the turbo timer, disconnect the battery from the electrical system. If the turbo timer relay is not already connected to the plug and play harness, you must connect it at this time. Unplug the small gray c...
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» Hydra Nemesis Installation Instructions
Before starting the process of installing your Hydra Nemesis 2 plug and play system, disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery and push it aside so that it cannot make contact with the battery post during the installation. 1. Open the trunk and using the tip of your key push in the middle buttons on the four fasteners holding the top of the trunk liner against the firewall separating the engine bay from the trunk. The fasteners should easily pull out. Peel back the trunk line...
 

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