Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Chico, California
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they provide a little better throttle response. didn't notice much of anything else, but its nice knowing there is a little less restriction.
you don't have to drill out the stock fittings. you just take a snap ring out and the guts come out. but I like just buying new fittings that are ready to go.
use some locktite on the part that threads into the heads.
they aren't terribly difficult to install. the front fitting is more difficult. its easier if you take off the alternator and use along wrench and angle it just right.
then for the rear fitting reach under the turbo pedestal with a wrench to loosen the back fitting.
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