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I've been playing with ampsig [Ed: website is gone].
I am working on creating my own scheme for it, as well, but I only started last night. So it will probably change somewhat, considering everything meshed and started working mere moments before I crashed. (And that was about 20 minutes past my bedtime, too.)
One disappointing thing is that it seems not to support UTF-8. (Or maybe my POST client macsig doesn't, or more probably neither of them do.) Anyway, as you can see below (in the static image of what my scheme looks like at present) the Japanese that's supposed to read "浜崎あゆみ" is a bunch of silly dots. macsig seems to save to the POST file in MacOS Roman encoding, so I'm assuming it's to blame for the problem. (But then again, when I save the POST file in UTF-8 with correct Japanese in it, the dynamic image doesn't change at all, so it's likely macsig isn't entirely at fault.)
[2009-06-16 Ed.: Image appears to be broken, not sure where it went.]
Tags: car mechanics
Oh yeah, here's some photos from last weekend and my "wrench dressing" festival.
The up- and down-pipes before install
Down-pipe heat-shield and airbox laying on ground at lower left
This is where the turbo is supposed to mate with the down-pipe. Both have been removed - hence you can see through to the transmission and passenger-side front drive-shaft boot
Reference photo with everything in place here.
Up-pipe comparison. Top is stock with O2 sensor removed and bottom is Helix pipe with O2 sensor installed
Up-pipe comparison. Right is stock and left is Helix pipe with new studs installed
Header/up-pipe heat shield pulled loose (can't be fully removed unless the O2 sensor is removed from the header. I chose to leave it in-place for safety reasons)
The outflow side of the stock turbo (fins showing!)