I'm after some help regarding the small vaccuum pipes on a Calibra Turbo. When we acquired the car the head was off it and it had a burnt out cylinder. The engine has since been repaired, rebuilt and works great BUT (you knew there'd be a but) we didn't know where any of the tiny pipes that pepper the engine bay goes. As a result, while it runs fine when it boosts up if ya giving it a bit of welly it just hits a brick wall and refuses to go any faster. What I'm after (and can't find on the web) is an explanation of what all these little pipes do and where they go, hell even a reasonably detailed picture of the engine bay might do! Failing that, is there anyone anywhere near Hull who would let us have a quick look under the bonnet of their cally/cav turbo for 10 minutes just so we can see what goes where!! This is our first turbo "project" so we're a little bit stuck!
Probably - the problem is the engine bay was in such a mess when we acquired the car we're not sure where exactly the pipes are even meant to be. One of them has an adjustable screw valve thing in it - looks like it may have been fitted after-market, but again I'm not sure. They're tiny little things, but a foot or so long and as I recall there's 3 of the little bleeders! Looks like some might be redundant due to the car having an indiction kit on it, again, not sure. We've got a bailey dump valve to fit - its the same kind of piping that comes off the top of the dump valve (again we're a little unsure where that's meant to go!!)