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  1. The saga continues: tore everything apart again today and took the secondary apart. Not a single drop of oil was outside of where it should have been. Ughhhh. So now to figure out where the oil is coming from.
  2. I blew an oil seal out of my 62mm the other day, and rushed in a rebuild kit from Southeast Power Systems. Rebuilt the turbo today, and it's leaking worse than before! Question now becomes does anyone know where to source a genuine Borg Warner rebuild kit? Google has been of no help to me, as all I am finding is crappy aftermarket kits that I know will suck
  3. Yes, that is normal. You're gonna have to get two M10x1.5 bolts for the non-threaded holes on the manifold.
  4. Corrosion issues, separating issues (as you found). if the truck didn't have that sensor, it wouldn't fuel. The ECM reads the MAP sensor and references the boost data as part of the fueling table.
  5. Believe it or not, that boot stayed on. The one that blew off was from the secondary to the charge pipe.
  6. Quick update. Threw in new valve springs and an interstage boost gauge, so I can get the wastegate on the secondary dialed in. I guess if I have the primary in its happy spot and still blow a boot off at half throttle I'm doing something right...
  7. @JP907ATB i thought you told me that putting a 2.7k ohm resistor in the plug allowed the truck to idle normally. Now the reading doesn't change?
  8. I have had no issues with anything getting pinched or cut. I don't disconnect any of the tail light wiring and I've never messed with the spare tire rod. Maybe I've been lucky, but I've had the bed up like that at least half a dozen times.
  9. My experience: lifting the bed is super easy. I do have a short bed. What I do is starting at the front of the bed (rear of the cab) and remove the first 4 bolts and the ground strap. Then on the two rear most bolts, I take them about halfway loose but leave them in the holes, so the bed is essentially hinged. Then its a matter of not forgetting my filler neck (which I did last time) and removing the chain loops for my gooseneck. For raising it, I am capable of lifting the bed myself, but it's always nice to have someone else. Then I prop it up on a 6' metal rod and i have plenty of room to work
  10. LP failing??

    It might be the sender going out. Just a thought.
  11. Time Left: 18 days and 11 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    Have a HX40 downpipe up for sale with a v-band clamp for sale. Am willing to ship, and will split shipping costs with buyer.

    $55.00

  12. Headlight options

    I use those bulbs as my tail/brake lights where they're hidden lol. They are bright as hell. I can see them reflecting off street signs 1/2 a mile behind me when the brakes or turn signal is on. They also sell those on the shelves at Advance Auto.
  13. Yes. That's the beauty of the V2 tuning. And then if you ever step up in turbo or injector size again, it's easy to retune again. Sorry, got all excited and responded before all the other responses loaded.
  14. Custom Quadzilla Tuning R & D Thread

    I think the CR trucks main injection event maxes at 19*. The preinjection event can be up to 50*
  15. Custom Quadzilla Tuning R & D Thread

    I think this is gonna depend on the truck again. My truck doesn't have any issue with 26* at 85 mph, but I average 17.5 mpg at those speeds. I start to see negative torque issues above that. Who knows how it would react to the ability to have 40*?
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