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Gun40t

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  1. Need help guys boost problem

    If u guys know of a writeup how to remove the turbo without the manifold that would be awesome I cant seem to find one using tapatalk Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  2. Need help guys boost problem

    Yeah the nuts are missing I just tightened them up but I need new ones why cant I jist use a normal frigin tool Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  3. Need help guys boost problem

    Who the hell am I guna bend it like that haha Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  4. Need help guys boost problem

    14mm...it was 11mm for the exhaust turbo stud bolts Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  5. Need help guys boost problem

    Is it possible to do ot with out taking off manifold I jist replace the gasket today Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  6. Need help guys boost problem

    Crazy Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  7. Need help guys boost problem

    All good man, I duno where to get those nuts from and if I have to.pull the manifold off again im guna go I <3 Bananasin ape sh*t Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  8. Need help guys boost problem

    Was turbo mani bolts went walk abouts Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  9. Need help guys boost problem

    Sorry mate didnt see u replied new phonr it didnt notify me... I actually think the lose manifold bolts and a stuffed gasket is the problem got a bloke coming out tomorow to retap a new bolt thread one was just spinning.. Also got a mls gasket really hoping this is the problem Sent from my CPH1607 using Tapatalk
  10. Need help guys boost problem

    Hey guys So recently I started having this horrible noise on boost I noticed my exhaust manifold bolts were loose after inspection and tightened them up.. Its kinda like a chirpy whistle causing the car to lose power ect You will hear it as the car come on boost there is a video ive uploaded turn it up and let me know what you think thanks. http://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/5b9f5d954981e/VID20180916155034.mp4
  11. Hey guys So I've used this forum for a couple of great mods ect for my own car, so I thought I'd do my first write up on how to do a drivebelt for those wanting to replace their own. Tools needed Step 1 Purchase the correct parts 1x drive belt. (I prefer dayco for longevity/I'll also recommend Gates) Step 2 Remove 2x 10mm bolts holding the twin factory fans in front of radiator located just below the radiator support brackets. Step 3 Carefully disconnect the plug that is use to power the fans and move it to the side. to remove the fans u need to 1 side at a time. Step 4 Draw a diagram or take a photo of the belt configuration on each pulley. Step 5 Use a 3/8 breaker bar or ratchet and rotate the tension pulley, to the passenger side of the vehicle, and remove the belt then use a 10 mm socket to undo the tensioner, mount the new tensioner and tighten fit the belt as the diagram shows, put your radiator fans back in with the 2x 10mm bolts and your done. As you can see my belts seen better days. (I personally like to use some loctite) ps don't forget to reconnect the fans. safe motoring
  12. contact atomic they can send you a valve spring tool to be able to change them urself or take it to a shop familiar with barras
  13. I've always been taught mild steel expands during heat and stainless stays the same diameter but is prone to cracking again never seen a stainless crack but many exhaust shops have told me.
  14. id rather a rusted exhaust then a cracked stainless lol
  15. turbo yoda really knows he's stuff mate, I'm just not sure how well this thing is guna stay cool


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