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  1. Sure I'll take those measurements tomorrow!
  2. A ball/spring type manual boost controller works wonders for the TII, and is fairly easy to install (2 hours max). It will significantly decrease your spool time and allow max boost to be held. When properly set with a boost gauge, I'm able to reach and hold 14.5 psi from 3000 rpm all the way to the line.
  3. Please put up a regular picture as a .jpeg or .png It's really not that difficult.
  4. If you pulled the CV axle out of the spindle or even wiggled it out a little, that could cause the fluid to seep from the connection from axle to trans.
  5. That was the exact case for me when I replaced tie rod ends and a CV boot.
  6. ^^^ Great point.
  7. Remanufactured for sure. As long as it's a reputable vendor you won't have any problems. I've used various sets of refurb injectors
  8. Those will properly replace stock injectors.
  9. How much turbo lag constitutes "turbo lag"?
  10. How badly did the turbo seals fail?
  11. If you're in a hotter climate the cooling effect from those vented and slotted rotors will be somewhat significant if you're gonna be doing fast passes then braking hard.
  12. What are you asking for it?
  13. Cuz that's also a pressure line once your turbo spools up. At full boost you're around 14psi and that's definitely enough to blow a loose fitting off.
  14. You can take the man outta the car but you cant take the car outta the man.
  15. the amps in the speakers often degrade and eventually fail due to multiple electronic reasons. but what you're describing is the amplifiers housed on the speakers cannot produce a clean power output for the speaker, so it prematurely clips the sound wave and ends up becoming closer to a square wave than a clean sine wave. So since the speaker reproduces that, whola, audible garbage.