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Old 11-12-2006, 04:28 PM
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crankcase vent

does taking the crankcase vent out of the turbo system really help? i looked at the tag on the drivers door ,it said 1/99..is that the build date? and if it is what turbo does my truck have. i understand there are 2 different ones...how do i do the foil delet mod? i love the whistle

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FOIL DELETE

AS far as the turbo, they switched over in 99, I think around march, so there is a good chance you have the older turbo. If I remember correctly, it is basicly the same wheel as the wicked wheel, but I could be wrong.
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If you the early turbo it is smaller in physical size, also you can tell whera the intake y-pipe joins the manifolds they are approximatly 2in in dia. the later one is 3 in.
Taking the crankcase vrnt out removes the oil from air intake, you won't get the oily residue at boots
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turbo size

my turbo inlet are 3 inch so is this the desired turbo?
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Old 11-13-2006, 10:46 AM
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if It is 3 in where the y-pipe meets the intake. Where the y-pipe meets the intercooler pipes is 3 in on both. I'll try to take pictures of the smaller one tonight.
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which on eis better the smaller one or the big one?
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the larger one!!!
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You know what they say about everything
BIGGER IS BETTER
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thats what i thought but not shure, i just read how to shim my fuel regulator, is this safe to do with no guages,and the programmer
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Old 11-13-2006, 11:25 AM
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thats what i thought but not shure, i just read how to shim my fuel regulator, is this safe to do with no guages,and the programmer
If you have a programmer, you should already have guages!
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