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  1. Hi all - so when I purchased my FG-X Turbo, it has already had tuning done. On both the engine and the transmission. Apparently, according to the previous owner had a 98 tune, but on the fuel door it only says Premium Fuel Only, on a aftermarket sticker. Without trying to get onto the original seller, is there any way to find out whether it might be 95/98 compatible, or only 98? Such as using a scan tool possibly, not sure if it’s something that would be identifying within. at this point I don’t want to just dump 95 in it and hope for the best - but hoping there’s a way to find out on my own before chasing up previous owners and tuners.
  2. Hey guys, have noticed a rear-end clunk coming from the right hand side I believe. Took the RHS wheel off and couldn't find anything apart from stones that were causing a exhaust rattle. Sound could be re-created at a certain speed over a speed hump or pothole. Any possible bushes that I could check for wear and tear and/or might be known to cause this noise?
  3. Mhmm, I think mine is missing the second connector, as it only had one pipe going to it which when trying back to the breather; no provision for a plumb back it seems.
  4. Could I literally just have the intake side of the plumb-back just loose in the engine bay? So pipe > BOV > Pipe > open air? Also, where should the small air tube nozzle at the end of the valve be plumbed to?
  5. Hi all, recently got into an FG-X XR6 Turbo with a turbo-side intake. Re-fitted the stock intake as it was included as it had a blocked BOV which didn't suit me at the time. I'd like to re-fit the turbo-side cold-air intake, but am curious as to what my options are with where the plumb-back piping should go. I don't want to block the BOV if possible as I'm not really a fan of the flutter, what else can I do with the release of pressure? Cheers.

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