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Old 03-25-2008, 05:55 AM
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Wipers and noise form DIY intake

Sup Fellas,


Little help please?????

A few questions for ya...

YouTube - Orionroo's Channel


First, around 14-20 seconds you can hear the intake/turbo kinda make a shuttering noise. This is with the DIY intake (which is bada$$) going up a mtn pass around 65-70 mph. Does your DIY make this noise also? any idea what it is?

Also, whats up with my wipers.
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Old 03-25-2008, 06:16 AM
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Wow that is strange... maybe a bad motor or a gear that is striped? on my old truck (cheebe) the switch was bad and you would turn on the wipers and they would go, then when you turn them off, they would keep going. you typically had to turn the switch on/off a few times to get them to turn off. once in a while you would turn them on and nothing would happen, then you needed to turn the switch a few times to get them to come on.
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Im thinking there is some micro switch in the motor or something that is bad. intermitent does not work at all and they never stop where they are supposed to.

Does anyone elses DIT intake make that shutering noise?
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that noise is most likely turbo surge
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Old 03-25-2008, 04:48 PM
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that noise is most likely turbo surge
That is correct. You can tell when he said, "pulling up a mountain pass at 65-70" or whatever he said. Wait till you get a trailer hooked up! The guys on the other forum describe it as a "chuffa type" sound.
You have two options (that are easy, a new turbo is always an option, too!) The first is a wicked wheel for about $50. The second is an ATS housing for about $4XX. The ATS is the right way to do it, but it quite a bit more money.
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:34 PM
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So is the turbo surge a problem? I dont mind it if it isnt.
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:49 PM
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So is the turbo surge a problem? I dont mind it if it isnt.
Yes, it will mess up your bearings in the turbo. IT'S A BAD THING!!!
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AWWW Dang!!!!!!!!! So since im not made of money the wicked wheel is an OK solution? what if i just avoid turbo surge depending on RPM?
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Old 03-25-2008, 07:58 PM
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Also, why would i have turbo surge and others dont? What did the the DIY intake change to cause this effect? I guess I dont understand what the ATS does after reading about it.

"A 4 Intake And Exclusive Inducer Bleed Ring. Utilizing A 4 Intake Results In A 13% Increase In Choke Flow, Allowing More Air To Flow Into The Compressor Wheel."

What is a bleed ring? I thought with the DIY i got more flow, now i need to add "13% increase choke flow". What is choke flow?

I feel like im back in class with all these questions.

Thanks for the help

Orion
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i think it has always done it, with the open filter you can hear it though. i know its not good for it but i dont think it is imediatley gonna blow. i would just try to keep from doing it as much as possible.
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