FITTING YOUR GEN V RACEPORT
Mounting your New Turbosmart Gen V
The Gen V series of Raceport is a direct fit replacement for the
Raceport and no modification is necessary provided packaging
space is sufficient.
The weld flanges should be welded to your charge pipe in a
suitable location. The weld flanges are compatible with
aluminium welding rod material. Purge bungs should be used to
maintain the straightness of the flange during the welding
For best results, an attempt should be made, if space allows, to
mount the Gen V Raceport as close to the throttle as possible.
The Raceport should be mounted such that it is not on the inside
radius of any bend.
Do not place the actuator cap near a significant heat source
as this could shorten the life of the diaphragm.
Fitting the Gen V Raceport
Prior to mounting the Gen V Raceport, place v-band over weld
on flange by unscrewing the bolt on the v-band as far out as
possible and then squeezing the bolt in a syringe motion to
expand the v-band (squeeze the dots together below). Once the
v-band is in its fully expanded position, slide the v-band over the
flange to allow for the Raceport to be installed.
Fit Actuator Port Fittings
Fit top chamber port fittings prior to mounting the Raceport, install
/8” NPT blank with 3/16” hex key and signal nipple into ports in
the cap. Port order or orientation is not important, select which
suits your packaging requirements. Apply thread lubricant and
screw in clockwise until finger tight, then tighten further 1-2 turns
Do not forget to put the O-Ring seal into the flange before
mounting the unit on the charge pipe. Using the 4mm hex bit
socket and a torque wrench, Tighten the V-Band to 4N.m (3
ft/lbs). Ensure the Raceport is home correctly while torquing the
Select a suitable manifold pressure source, use the shortest
possible hose length to the Raceport.
Do not share manifold pressure source with fuel pressure
regulator or any other critical instrument.
Start Engine and Check for Leaks
Congratulations, your Gen V Raceport is installed and ready for
use. Double check all fittings, lines and mountings then proceed
to start engine and check for leaks.