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Old 12-12-2006, 05:30 PM
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Don't forget...I keep the carbon out of my cylinders.
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Lol, i think i dont have a problem with that either, it only took me 10,000 kms to blow my transmission
Lock the cruise control in at 105-110 mph and let er go!
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Lol, i think i dont have a problem with that either, it only took me 10,000 kms to blow my transmission
Lock the cruise control in at 105-110 mph and let er go!
Before you goof up on the US side again...disconnect that ground to the hud and get that puppy in MPH while you are working on the car and have a warm garage.

Pin 7 needs a switch
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Ill mess with my hud later lol, now im just waiting to get some parts in so i can start piecing it all back together.
We need to talk polishing SC Boosty
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More detailed pics of Harofreak'* will be up soon. Very soon. I'll have more time to work on it in the very near future.
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Old 12-13-2006, 07:31 AM
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Call... view the pics in the Supercharger Polishing album of the PB account I posted.

You got questions...I've got answers.
I'd suggest removing the butterfly for the waste gate. Be gentle where the butterfly sits and clean up higher into the charger. I'm learning new stuff on the current polishing project as well.
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Old 12-13-2006, 10:27 AM
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Okay, I am going to start bit shopping..
Like posted, I dont want to remove much if hardly any material, just want to polish it up nicely
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Old 12-13-2006, 10:48 AM
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Ok..then don't buy any bits.


Buy 3-5 80 grit flap sanders, 3-5 120 grit flap sanders and some 400 and 1000 sand paper.

Do it all with those wheels and then polish with the 400 and 1000 grits and some wet sanding.

You aren't aiming to remove material...only roughness.
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And go back and look at the Tale of 3 Superchargers. That'll show a bit more, including what you want the outlet to look like.
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Matt, why is the new LIM gasket made of that crap plastic. Can't you get an aluminum backed piece
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