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Old 02-01-2005, 12:03 AM   #11
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Read the last 2 pages of the Series 1 Intercooler topic in Performance. I've got something going. But be prepared for a FULL SC rebuild first. It'll be spinning at insane speeds.
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Well, my concearn is lol that damned stock tranny
It would probally frag away to crap in a matter of time..
I might stick with a 2.2, CAI, Jet Stage 2 and some exhaust work
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Mine'* fragged right now I'll be starting fresh.
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Holy crap that was the quickest mod i ever did! It moved down atleast a 1/2 inch, took it out, WOW that made a good difference there...dont know how that will effect fuel consumption...
The boost gage moves now! The last bolt on the rear of the BCS on the Drivers left side i couldnt get my 1/4" socket in there to tighten it, it seemed fine..any final opions on how good that will be?

I want to try this. But were is it?
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what is the BCS?! What does it stand for?
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http://www.mccgp.com/upgrades/boostbypassvalve/boost_bypass.php
That'* a series II */c. Are they the same for my series I ?
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http://www.mccgp.com/upgrades/boostbypassvalve/boost_bypass.php
That'* a series II */c. Are they the same for my series I ?
its pretty close...it will make sense once you start doing it...
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BCS adjustment is same-same. Remove the BCS from the bracket first, so you can access the bolt behind it easier. It'* a 5-minute job with a 10mm. Turn it in the same direction as those instructions.

You might want to wait for spring when you can get more traction
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You might want to wait for spring when you can get more traction
what do ya mean? Traction, as in burnouts ....
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