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  1. Awesome cheers for all the help guys
  2. Cheers for the reply Cap, have heard from plenty to do this and sounds very do-able and fun. My donk isnt to old for this? I feel like I'm overstressing for nothing haha. Just dont wanna blow it up within a couple of months after some cheeky mods. Cheers
  3. G'day everyone, I have a ba xr6t and the poor bugger has over 260,000 kms I bought her at the end of last year knowing full well of the excessive kms. Unfortunately I have started to appreciate it more and more and want to keep and potentially put some more power through her. The question is. Is. It. Worth. It. I dont wanna pour my soul and more importantly my wallet into her if its just not gunna be worth it. I can do most of the work myself minus tuning and similar. Please let me know your opinions and experiences and I welcome sh*t talk haha.
  4. Yeah she's been sorted, I've removed the filter out of the banjo bolt for my inline oil filter and braided lines.
  5. I have discovered that it is simply just an alarm 😂
  6. On further inspection to this I've seen that my brake master cylinder reservoir rubber cap isn't sealing correctly, is this my issue?
  7. G'day all, I was removing my negative battery lead and once I had done that a buzzing sound had started at where it sounds like my brake booster. I do have an adjustable pedal option as well so I'm not sure if that's the noise. When I put the negative lead back on it stops. Is there Gunna be any issues with me just taking the negative lead off or am I just overthinking the sound. Cheers Dylan
  8. Oh I'll hang onto it for sure 😅, it's just to get my ba running again so I can stop borrowing the missus car haha.
  9. To be honest I have no idea. https://www.turbochargersplus.com/turbocharger-ford-falcon-xr6-g6e-f6e-gt3582-high-flow-billet-impeller-upgrade/#tab-description this is what and where I purchased it.
  10. Wow awesome, that's super convenient cheers for all the help
  11. Sweet as they're practically identical to those specs. A bit of a side note is there a rule of thumb of how much oil to prime the new turbo with. Cheers for all the help 🙂
  12. Thanks for the reply so fast 😃, how would I be able to find the specifications for the factory turbo? I'll send supplier an email now for the specs 😀
  13. G'day all, I'm new to the turbo world and am seeking such much needed advice. I own a 2003 ba xr6t and when after purchasing sight unseen (I know don't hate me haha) have discovered my turbo is cooked. I have purchased a GT3582r from turbochargersplus and a new oil feed line as I'm certain that is the cause of the issue. I can't find any info if the boost control will be the same as factory and if once installed will I have to straight away to get it tuned. I am worried about the turbo overboosting and causing me more grief. Any help will be greatly appreciated, Cheers Dylan
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