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Old 02-23-2007, 09:04 AM   #71
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I know the basics, like don't scratch or gouge the surfaces, anything else is should knowabout it?
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Old 02-23-2007, 12:06 PM   #72
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Best thing I can tell you is search out and read up. Many things can be left out. If you search and use others experiences you can ensure the best possible change
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how much do the metal stove pipes run? Tried looking for the exhuast shield stud but the only topic that came up was this one
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What stovepipe? For the EGR? Why are you changing it? Supercharged cars don't have that issue. You don't have a plastic upper intake manifold. You have a Supercharger.
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I don't know just hear everybody saying stove pipe this stove pipe that and how they should be replaced...can't find the aluminum intake gasket around here either, and what about this exhaust sheild stud?
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Who'* got a picture of a search button? lol

The stovepipe.. yeah.. that'* for the non supercharged... forget it. Don't need it.
Aluminum gaskets.. that'* only for the Series 2 folks.. buy gaskets..don't worry.

The exhaust stud.. and the supercharger double nut trick. Those..yeah..good questions.
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found the double nut but not the exhaust shield stud
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What exhaust shield stud?
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Quote:
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Tool wise, you will need

8mm soccket
10mm socket
13mm socket
15mm socket
Fingers
Ratchet
extension for ratchet.
Also wrenches of the above sockets.

Search and learn from others that have done it. Find the double nut trick, as well as reading up on the infamous exhaust shield stud that holds the TB bracket on.
the one bill is talking about
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