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  • Davezj's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:26 PM
    any idea what the size of the hole is? i don't have a red tip pipe on the black car i have as it has been replaced at some point. it seems to be about 0.8mm to 1.5mm on other cars like subaru and evo's depending on the boost level range you are going for. i did buy some boost pills to test some time ago but like normal i have put them somewhere and can't find them any more. they will turn up at some point but they could be anywhere.
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  • Confused's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:10 PM
    Basically, if you can/have changed spark plugs, then you've done most of the work, so that's the best starting point in terms of a guide. The differences is that you will need to do the wiring changes, and the available coils won't stay in place without help of a fabricated braket/plate to affix everything together.
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  • sonnick84's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:02 PM
    sonnick84 posted a visitor message on sonnick84's profile
    Forex биржа и сегодня остается хорошим местом для удаленного заработка. Однако для получения стабильной прибыли нужно долго практиковаться и учиться. Не так давно начали открываться сервисы, благодаря которым начать зарабатывать на Форекс смогут и новички с минимальным начальным капиталом. Вот, посмотрите: https://копированиесделок.рф/. Ниже коротко поясним смысл. Абсолютно любая прибыльная операция состоит из нескольких правильных действий. Br<> Получается, если их повторить, то можно выйти в...
  • jahooli's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:45 PM
    Hi, I have done lots of searching and Adaxo sent me to a great post explaining the coil pack conversion but I dont think he realised I have the brain of a toddler. Could someone talk me through how I do the coil pack conversion from the beginning, Starting from opening the bonnet, like you are talking to a toddler. SO far I understand I have to buy 6 Honda coil packs, which i think sit directly on my existing plugs, then somehow wire them to the loom that currently connects to my...
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  • TARIQ's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:15 PM
    The whole working transfer box
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  • adaxo's Avatar
    26-11-2020, 08:29 PM
    It was definitely in my engine while I was there
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  • adaxo's Avatar
    26-11-2020, 08:21 PM
    Yes Dave there is a pill in red pipe.
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  • adaxo's Avatar
    26-11-2020, 08:18 PM
    I also found this video very helpful with sum up what's written here But im still looking for my boost as since my rebuild I run wastegate boost only and cant find reason of it, triple checked pipes connections and swap 3 solenoids, no luck so far.
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  • Confused's Avatar
    26-11-2020, 01:29 PM
    According to this page, the 2nd most common mistake listed when installing a 3 port solenoid is "Not removing a “restrictor pill” that is often used with and OEM 2 port boost control system".
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  • Confused's Avatar
    26-11-2020, 01:22 PM
    I've just modified the diagrams in my above post. I added text to the "Red Tipped Pipe" about the restrictor pill that is built into the pipe - it is important if replacing this pipe, that a suitable restrictor is added, which can reduce the volume of air that needs to be bled out by the solenoid, when using the standard 2-port solenoid. It can be safely removed if using a 3 port solenoid. I also incorrectly labelled the 3 port solenoid ports, that has been corrected.
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  • Grom1711's Avatar
    26-11-2020, 08:37 AM
    Grom1711 posted a visitor message on Grom1711's profile
    Деревянные окна ОСВ для дачи. Деревянные оконные и дверные блоки «Эконом» и входная дверь из сосны на даче. Оконные блоки выполнены из двухслойного сращенного бруса сосны. В окна устанавливаются однокамерные энергосберегающие стеклопакеты с низкоэмиссионным И-стеклом. Отделка «RENNER Aquaris», Италия, на водной основе. Цвет отделки - Каштан. Створки окон и входной двери выполнены на петлях «MACO» с декоративными накладками. На деревянной входной двери установлен замок с нажимным...
  • sonnick84's Avatar
    25-11-2020, 05:41 PM
    sonnick84 posted a visitor message on sonnick84's profile
    Вы наверняка знаете, что издавна для лечения разных заболеваний люди собирали разные травы. Казалось бы, наука существенно продвинулась и практически для всего найдется живительная пилюля. Увы, в реальности не всё так просто. Медикаменты стоят дорого, а полезность многих под большим сомнением. Отдельная тема для разговора, это осложнения. Вот по какой причине сегодня очень востребованы расфасованные травяные сборы. Конечно, если есть желание, то можно самому в начале лета заготовить, скажем...
  • Grom1711's Avatar
    25-11-2020, 03:09 PM
    Grom1711 posted a visitor message on Grom1711's profile
    Изготовление деревянных окон https://vk.link/svoknavdnh
  • Davezj's Avatar
    25-11-2020, 03:04 PM
    The problem is most people just replace all the pipe work without even considering there may be restictors in there for a reason. hence the issues boost control that people have
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  • Davezj's Avatar
    25-11-2020, 02:37 PM
    I think i have found the answer, to the question. the toothed wheel that passes through the crank sensor and causes a signal to be registered is pegged to the back of the crank timing pulley with spring steel dowels and the spacer is attached to the back of the toothed wheel on the end of the pegs/dowls that stick out of the back. hence the 2 holes in the spacer as you can see in the picture. so when you remove the timing pulley from the crank you actually removing 3 item that are fixed...
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  • Nick Mann's Avatar
    25-11-2020, 02:02 PM
    The other useful parts supplier is Viamoto but not sure they would stock piston rings. Mike would give you a quick clear answer though if you contacted him - he has always been helpful to me.
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  • Nick Mann's Avatar
    25-11-2020, 01:00 PM
    That will be the one when the owner after me was pushing the limits of wet grip at Castle Combe? /Steeringw I was there too and when he got back to the club stand afterwards he was apologising to me and ignoring his livid partner! It's great to know the car is still out there - I hope you complete the restoration mission and continue to enjoy it. :D
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  • Nick Mann's Avatar
    25-11-2020, 12:53 PM
    Nick Mann replied to a thread Ce28n rays in General / Questions
    Offset would be better in high 30's. I'm trying to translate the ET 50.5/100 - should the 5/100 be separate to indicate the bolt pattern? I have never seen a half mm offset so I suspect that is should be the bolt pattern. If so you have no chance, the VR4 needs 5/114.3
    1 replies | 68 view(s)
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