On3 Top Mount

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Was on the waiting list for my On3 top mount kit for about 3 months starting in Jan/19. Finally got my kit and waiting for tuning at this point. Car is a manual 15.

Build list: On3 Top Mount Kit (twin 61mm ball bearing turbos)
Fore Return style fuel system (2 465 pumps)
ID 1000 fuel injectors
MMR Opg and Crank sprocket
DDS Carbon Fiber Driveshaft
MGW race spec short throw shifter
Watson front crash bar
Weld 17x10 on rear with M/T 305/45/17
Watson battery relocation kit
Custom turndown exhaust at rear axle

I don’t have many pics of the car right now just wanted to post because I don’t see many On3 cars out here. Quality of the parts look great. Everything went together very well. Only issue was its so tight in the engine bay, to get to the AC hose to fill coolant you would need to remove the battery so I just decided to put it in the back. Pics don’t show battery relocated or crash bar installed. I tried to get a couple good photos of the relocated fuse box and ECU. I’m don’t mind the location but water is an issue, looking to get a custom enclosed box fabricated. Catch can waiting to be installed after battery is relocated.
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This is sick. I've got the same package sitting in the boxes at home... Hoping to have time to install by the end of the month.

Any issues with with your installation or anything I should be aware of? Post an update when you get the enclosed box wrapped up, I'll probably look to do something similar.
 

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Looks awesome, thanks for sharing. Not much about these kits online.

Did you have to pull the motor to install the headers? I've heard thats the hardest part of the install.

What are your power goals for the car?
 
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This is sick. I've got the same package sitting in the boxes at home... Hoping to have time to install by the end of the month.

Any issues with with your installation or anything I should be aware of? Post an update when you get the enclosed box wrapped up, I'll probably look to do something similar.
The install is being done by Lethal Performance of Texas. As far as I know they didn’t have any fitment issues. Only thing was as mentioned before the ac inlet was tucked back so it was impossible to fill unless taking out the battery. I was concerned about air flow in the front as the stock crash bar covers a good portion of the IC. Watson racing makes a crash bar so easy bolt on fix and cut the honey combes open in the front grill. I will take pics of that later.
 
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Looks awesome, thanks for sharing. Not much about these kits online.

Did you have to pull the motor to install the headers? I've heard thats the hardest part of the install.

What are your power goals for the car?
I’m actually not sure I never asked if they did I just assumed they did when they did the OPG and timing sprockets.
As for power goals I really didn’t have a number in mind I just want it to run solid but if I had to throw something out there I would say 750. I’m already looking to do the motor but that’s just an idea I’m tossing around atm.
 

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Yes any updates, inquiring minds want to know. Would you mind sharing what the install cost you. Feel free to PM I’m trying to get an idea of what to expect.
 

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Needs some turbo blankets! Looks awesome.
 

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looks awesome! congrats are you having someone tune it? or DIY?
 

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