I've been doing some more work on the car as I have bits of free time. Last night was re-plumbing the intercooler and heatwrapping the wiring. I've had a small leak for a while and I wasn't sure where it was coming from, turns out the flow detector elbow had a slow drip. The corrugated plastic I wrapped the power wires in was melting close to the downpipe as well so I wanted to get some heat shielding on it.
Tried a piece of the heat shielding on the tube that I redirected. I thought I had a better picture but I guess not. The IC pump is now directly off the bottom of the IC radiator connected by a 3" piece of tube, just big enough to connect the two. The output on the pump now shoots straight toward the IC at a pretty level incline of 45* or so then into an elbow and into the IC.
I still need to do something about the output hose on the IC, since it'* at a bit of an angle to miss the belts I have a hard time clamping it right, and the hose is a hair too big to begin with. For now it'* not leaking though.
Also swapped my front sway bar for an FE5 last week, I have the rear FE5 sitting in the basement. Replaced the passenger wheel hub last Friday. Looking for some bigger injectors since I'm hitting 92% on mine (you shouldn't be more than 80%). I'm going to get some big enough to eventually switch over to E85. Trent is still researching the conversion and everything points to it being a great idea as long as you can put up with the tank not lasting quite as long and you can find the stations.