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anti lag .... how much damage and how quick

Old 27 November 2011, 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Jolly Green Monster View Post
what turbo, where from? just because something is new doesnt mean it is necesserily perfect.

water overheat wouldnt help.. did the turbo run with no water in?

yeah couple of times over the last week and just got hot again on me and there's a boiling noise coming from round the turbo think the in pipe's split under the turbo going to have t pull the thing off aint it
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Old 27 November 2011, 02:18 PM
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sounds like you pushed the coolant system using als and turbo etc..

you can access the turbo water hoses with turbo on
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Old 27 November 2011, 02:19 PM
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i'm going to wait for it to cool down take the pipe off and have a look will it be the same pipe on a sti v4 ?
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