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Today 02:04 PM
Chas Sounds like you bought a car with a terrible engine set up ;)
Today 01:59 PM
Originally Posted by egman2005 View Post
It's a quick task. Just don't over torque the bolts
Are you talking about the valve gaskets? Just doing plugs takes a removing a buncha shit and a little finess to fit between the wheel wells and the valve covers. Not hard by any means but not as easy as when the valves are on top of the engine. I suppose it would be easy if one were a carny and have incredibly small hands though...
Today 01:03 PM
FocusedOnSVT I want a big tarbo
Today 12:55 PM
Chas you boys and your big turbos
Today 12:52 PM
Originally Posted by gold_zx3 View Post
I was about to say Mishimoto time!
mmmm Mishimoto

Today 12:43 PM
Originally Posted by wordyahurdd View Post
wait, so your dogbone just broke apart? Bushings broke I assume?

how'd your header fair?
The bolt mounting the dogbone to the crossmember snapped in half, snapping my cv axle and allowing the header to take a walk into the radiator fans. Axle and mount are fixed. Thankfully neither the windage tray nor the header is damaged, but I will need to put new radiator fans in soon.
Today 11:40 AM
egman2005 It's a quick task. Just don't over torque the bolts
Today 11:23 AM
gold_zx3 My valve cover's have been slowly seeping oil since winter...gotta love burnt oil smell! Not looking forward to changing the gaskets

Originally Posted by kylesvt720 View Post
can't see it anywhere around the radiator. Thinking lines to the turbo.
I was about to say Mishimoto time!
Today 10:33 AM
Originally Posted by SterlingSVT12 View Post
This weekend sucked. Replaced passenger cv axle, dog bone mount, and now need new set of radiator fans because the header went for a stroll while the dog bone was busted.
wait, so your dogbone just broke apart? Bushings broke I assume?

how'd your header fair?
Today 10:13 AM
Chas Sorry boys.

b2b warranty ftw
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