Descriptive details of project would be:
-1984 R100RT starting point (fully faired, air cooled 980cc opposed twin, 2 valve heads, original BMW technology on a touring bike)
-Mitsubishi European "Forto" 3 cylinder 988cc gas engine turbo - mounts in front with "Y" collector not all that different looking at first from stock BMW pipes.
-Saab 900 intercooler cut by half, mounts at lower front point, just in front of oil pan bevel front zone.
-Throttle body and collector reservoir housing (dampens pulsations prone to short intake runs on 2 cylinder bikes and such) from donor Honda CTX650 turbo bike
-42lb Delphi injectors, @ 43psi squirt at close right angles to throttle plates.
-Bosch fuel pump in its own housing, I had previously fit a 60amp Mitsubishi Alternator.
-Turbo oil feed through orificing, as well cooling of cartridge housing on way, coming from oil cooler that feeds off modified BMW filter housing.
-Inovate Wide Band O2 sensor and cockpit gauge - very nice product for on the road tuning
-Twin feed and return fittings made to thread directly onto my stock, unchanged fuel tank.
I would say adding all this to a fully faired bike like mine presented steeper challenges than I might have anticipated. You can't just hack and fit things, they have to jive with the program already underway.
Thanks offered to DIYAutotune, excellent backup and support.
Left side depicting intake plumbing post aftercooler, as well air box & throttle assembly. Fuel reg. above, map sensor below. The fuel tank is removed at this point, its plumbing hanging to side.
Micro Squirt, Relays board, & Fuse board - all tucked within a compartment at rear top side, hides underneath seat.