I bolted the */c on the i/c today, YEA!!!!
I finished the fuel rails. The turbo has oil feed. The 8-rib belt and pulleys are on. I made the3" turbo dp today and tied it into the existing 3" test-pipe-into-factory-exhaust, muffler, and tips for now. (later, I'll run 3.5" all the way back from the stock cat location to two magnaflow mufflers and GP/GTX stainless tips...)
All I have to do now is run the oil return from the turbo to the pan, run the efi hose from the factory steel lines at the firewall to the fuel rails, mount the turbo i/c (no water/plumbing for now...) and build the charge-air pipes from the i/c to the t.b. I am going to tune it for driveability with the stock MAF in place. After it runs good around town, I will switch to the LS1 MAF. I'm trying not to have too many variables at once. The 65# injectors will be enough to deal with, I'm sure. I'm going to be tuning the transmission as well.
I'll take some pics tomorrow, it'* 1:18am and I'm tired!
1988 Grand Am SE 2.0 Turbo
1996 Bonneville SSEi Twin-Charged