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Old 11-15-2013, 12:06 PM
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What the He11 would have caused this!!!?????

Ok, I've owned my '02 CCSB for about 7 years. I've got a few mods done as in my Sig. I was changing my filter like I do every oil changed and happened to look down the intake tube at the turbo wheel and it was all beat up like something got sucked through. Now for all I know its been like this since I bought it, I've never really looked at it before. Luckily I had a WW that I was trying to sell (no takers) so I just spent the last hour or so changing it out. I bought my truck used with 72,000mi and it now has 145,000mi. I've never had it apart and it has always ran good with around 20psi of boost. What do you guys think??
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Old 11-15-2013, 12:11 PM
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Looks like your intake is letting dust or something in. Make sure your connections are tight.
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Old 11-15-2013, 12:28 PM
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Well something big f-ed up your wheel. My guess is a chunk of your wheel cracked and flew off and screwed up the rest of the blades until it passsed through
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Dust would cause damage like that?? Wow!
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Just think how fast that wheel is going, just takes small dust & makes it highly abrasive.
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Dust didn't do that, something relatively big smacked it.
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Dust didn't do that, something relatively big smacked it.
Hell, steam that condenses in steam turbines causes serious erosion on the rotors especially at the tips where the velocity is the highest. Fines are more than likely going to look more like erosion (especially at the tips of the compressor inducer) than large chunks removed from the compressor. I think you are right in that it was probably something larger than dust especially considering were it is relative to the center of the rotor.


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Old 11-15-2013, 04:40 PM
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ouch that looks bad.

i would definately put the new wheel on and check to make sure this doesnt happen again
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Definitely not dust. Dust erosion would be more smooth. Looks like previous owner failed to tell you something.

Something got left inside the intake when apart. Went for a joy ride and s..t. I remember where that piece is now. SOB.

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Old 11-15-2013, 05:02 PM
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Definitely not dust. Dust erosion would be more smooth. Looks like previous owner failed to tell you something.

Something got left inside the intake when apart. Went for a joy ride and s..t. I remember where that piece is now. SOB.

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Exactly! Like hitting it with a piece of sandpaper. It is usually most apparent at the rotor tips were the velocity is the highest. I'll have to take a picture of mine to illustrate this (probably product of K&N drop in filter).


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