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Old 09-22-2013, 11:12 AM
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Turbo help.

Pulled my Turbo to clean and install my billet wheel. Now putting it back together I can't remember which way the plate on the turbine side goes. This is the first time I've removed a Turbo. Can someone give me some help here. The one difference between the 2 sides I can find is the little dimple in the one side but the slots face differently if you change it. Turbo help.-1379877082779.jpgTurbo help.-1379877095836.jpg
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:31 AM
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It can only go one way really. You need to but the vanes in and then sit that ring on them.
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Put the turbine housing on bench, with the y pipe connection at a 45.degree coming towards you, the slot on turbine housing should be at about the 1:00 position. Next install the ring, will have to move the vanes to line up on slot on ring. Make sure the big slot on the ring for actuator arm is pointing straight down lined up with the first heat shroud attach point. It will be the first attach going counter clockwise from the y-pipe connection. Line up the actuating arm on the center section with the big slot and make sure it goes in, the center section may not be down all the way, but it's ok move the center housing keeping arm in place so the enter section alignment pin goes into the turbine housing. Center section should be sitting in the groove and flange should be touching all the way around. Hope that helps you out.
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Adrian,
Do you ever lube the ring and veins with anti-seize or anything?
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I got it thanks for the help guys
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:55 PM
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Adrian,
Do you ever lube the ring and veins with anti-seize or anything?
I use a high temp anti-seize, for vanes and ring.
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