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How to remove NA Intake manifold

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Title pretty well speaks for itself.. I was at it for about 3 hours and could only manage to pull 3 bolts from the manifold to head and I can't find a video/thread anywhere on how tk remove it.

If anyone has and little tips and tricks please let me know and also what tools.

 

 

Cheers lads

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it's like any process that's fiddly on a motor... take your time and have the right tools (in this case, socket extensions of differing length are useful) and remove all of the stuff in your way, including the air intake, fuel rail and injectors.

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it's not overly difficult to remove the tub as long as you've got two people to lift it and a reasonable place to put it once it's off.

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Hoist = drop the tank.

Driveway = rails and tub liner out and drill the spot welds on the steel cover plate then fold it back.
Nutsert or tek screw it back down.

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@HSVKILR Cutting a rectangular hole in the base of the tub (directly above the tank) makes it a piece of piss, since you obviously don't have to remove the tub, only the liner.

 

You just need a replacement panel that's slightly larger so you can screw it down, easy to make. Takes me less than 10min to get the side rails off, liner out, panel off and fuel pump out.

 

Edit

Great minds something something....

Edited by camo86T

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