Hello, everyone and GTR gods,
I have been in touch with Doug from WGP. Sent him data logs. Apparently my build is old school. After speaking to this gentleman he will be working me up a quote.
I have spoken to the shop today that has my car and old owner (back and forth). The shop told me (or so i misheard) that it could be a jacks transmission. The previous owner told me that the clutch went out and they sent it to jacks to get replaced. I will get a full on idea wtf is the REAL deal tomorrow. The tranny is built, and was built by SP. So I am assuming that
A. The transmission was swapped with a Jacks transmission
B. The clutch went out and the shop here sent the tranny to jacks to get replaced and add some things here and there. (Will get a true update with this tomorrow).
After getting some more history on the car the previous owner when switching fuel pumps, he was also wise enough to get the VISCONTI TUNING FUEL PUMP HARDWIRE KIT. Will update my list according to what was added and what I found out. I am very grateful to you all for having some patience with me through this and all of your advice and wise words.
I have another question,
Say my transmission has some built components similar to a SHEP 1.5 or Jacks 1.5, Say if I want to go 2.0 or 2.5? is it cheaper for me since I already have some internal parts upgraded? or is it the entire set up to be redone??
Will be selling some turbos, injectors, and intercoolers real soon with about 2-4k miles on them and tranny soon depending on this answer.^
Thanks in advance. -Razer
I share the opinion that you need to hand the car over to someone who really knows what they’re doing, and have them “fix it”. That will include upgrading and replacing a lot of components. From the way you describe things and the list of parts, it’s very old school, and with questionable hardware.
I also don’t necessarily believe SP Engineering to be of the same level as shops like T1, TSM, AMS, Jotec...
Nobody can solve this for you via forum for free. Your issues are far too complex. When buying a highly modified car that may look like a great price proposition, more often than not you have to redo many things. Invest the coin in making it right, and the car will reward you for it.