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Old 03-18-2011, 06:23 PM
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EBPV Delete PITA

Started the delete on Monday. This thing has not been apart for awhile. Using Bean's pedestal, brass gaskets and stock pipes. Be prepared to bust knuckles and bolts. The brass gaskets fit TIGHT to the pipes.

Pulled the intake and compressor outlet first. Next was the down pipe band and EBPV. Driver's side leaked so much the pipe slid right out. A little sawz-all magic on the passenger side pipe and Bob's your Uncle.



Busted the bolts off in the up pipe collector.



Pulled the tranny crossmember



Ear on the trans was hindering the process. Now you see it ...



Now you don't...



New pipes in waiting or the FedEx guy to bring the new to me y collector.



EBPV welded

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Old 03-23-2011, 08:46 PM
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Wouldn't wish this job on any one. The brass donuts are TIGHT! Had to run a pipe up to the collar from the under side and tap them to seat up to the collector. Used a ton of 3/8"
extensions to get to the bottom bolts.

Real happy with the sound. Little more whistle. Now I'm not scared to pull the turbo knowing everything has nickel never-seize on it.
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:16 AM
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that is a pita job, but aren't u glad its done? thanks for posting
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Old 03-25-2011, 07:08 AM
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Told my 13 yr old he should have paid better attention so he knows what to do in 10 years.
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Old 03-25-2011, 09:33 AM
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should of had him help u. its not hard, just as u said a PITA!!!! glad mine is all done
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Old 03-25-2011, 10:31 AM
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He was out there, he just gets a little distracted by shiney thing.
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I'm curious to know how the Bean's donuts seal. I almost went thatta way, but the chebby donuts were just too dam cheap to pass up. Mine leak a bit due to rough pipes, but still have plenty of boost so... meh.

Sweet weld on the exhaust flange, looks like a pool of liquid steel just appeared there.

And that copper line on the right side of the pic: that part of a regulated return setup?
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Old 04-05-2011, 08:47 PM
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I'm curious to know how the Bean's donuts seal. I almost went thatta way, but the chebby donuts were just too dam cheap to pass up. Mine leak a bit due to rough pipes, but still have plenty of boost so... meh.

Sweet weld on the exhaust flange, looks like a pool of liquid steel just appeared there.

And that copper line on the right side of the pic: that part of a regulated return setup?
Beans donuts were TIGHT! Well worth the money. If you use a set never-seize the crap out of them. You still have to drive them on. They won't just slip over. I had to start the bolt thru the flanges/collector and then hit the flange with a pipe from the underside to seat the donut fully and keep the bolt from snapping.

That's the stock fuel line from the banjo blot. Now that the turbo will come out with any hassles I'm looking into DIY fuel system.

OH and the liquid metal..... that's why they call me Adam Arc
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