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Old 02-23-2010, 09:47 AM
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Turbo Intake Spyder???

i just removed the turbo to install the bellow up pipes i noticed that the spyder was leaking oil out of where it clamps on... when i put everything back together i put a new o-ring in there and it still has a small leak??? are these known for warping or cracking or something??? and would thins cause a power loss at wot?? any help is greatly appreciated
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Old 02-23-2010, 09:48 AM
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you should do the ccv mod!
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Old 02-23-2010, 09:50 AM
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you should do the ccv mod!
yea i agree and i know that will get rid of the oil but i guess im wondering if its a performance killer because my truck sounds like it has an air leak somewhere ??? and i thought it was the up pipes but i changed them and no difference??
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how much boost are you making??
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Old 02-23-2010, 10:00 AM
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22 pretty much on the 140 tune
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Old 02-23-2010, 10:13 AM
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did you check all of your i/c boots and the 2 plenum boots? Where does this air leak sound like it is coming from?
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Well after I got it all back together I sprayed carb cleaner all around the ic boots and such and couldn't find anything...the noise sounds like excessive air intake noise and a slight ticking I guess would b the best way to explain it
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bump for the morning?
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i have a spyder intake off an 02 id sell u if you need one
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You probably need to remove the spider off of the turbo again. It sounds like you may have not gotten it completely aligned when you installed it if you have a leak at the o-ring area. Did the spider fit nicely to the turbo before you installed the clamp? Or did you muscle it in there to get it hooked up?

22 PSI of boost maybe all you see if you do not have a boost fooler or similar device. Anything over 24 and the PCM will sense an overboost. How are your gauges plumbed in? Right into the spider or MAP line, or is it an electronic one that uses MAP data?
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