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Old May 15, 2017, 05:08 PM   #16
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Old May 15, 2017, 05:27 PM   #17
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what were the compression numbers?
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Old May 15, 2017, 06:47 PM   #18
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what were the compression numbers?
180/190/190/190 with a brand new snap on tester
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Old May 16, 2017, 04:47 AM   #20
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Thanks! I thought they were pretty great considering the car has 150k
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Old May 18, 2017, 10:00 AM   #22
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Here are the results.. found a boost leak at the throttle body and seems like brakes are dragging. Got to clear those up and retune in the near future. The car pulls like a madman as it sits and I can not thank Tom at TSCOMPUSA enough. The car is smoother than its ever been and when boost hits It's a blast!

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It shouldn't of been power tuned if it really has TB shaft seals leaking. I've seen drastic power losses from shaft seals as much as affecting power by 10% overall depending how bad the leak is.

If the leak is minor not as much % loss of course. The leak will only get worse though.

If you do a boost leak test and set it to say example 25psi and it drops to zero by itself with air off in under 30 seconds then the cars not boost leak free. It should take minutes to get to 0psi.

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OP, where diod you relocate your fuse box to?
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OP, where diod you relocate your fuse box to?
sorry just seeing this. It it's right under the front headlight. Just had to pull the 2 fuse boxes apart and move one under there and reconnect all the battery wires. Not too hard, not a good write up either. I lost all of my progress pics in a phone update so I can't write one :/. Maybe one of my evo buddies will want his done soon and I'll get one up!
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It shouldn't of been power tuned if it really has TB shaft seals leaking. I've seen drastic power losses from shaft seals as much as affecting power by 10% overall depending how bad the leak is.

If the leak is minor not as much % loss of course. The leak will only get worse though.

If you do a boost leak test and set it to say example 25psi and it drops to zero by itself with air off in under 30 seconds then the cars not boost leak free. It should take minutes to get to 0psi.

It was fun working with you. For your first time you did very good with the pulls and logging.
thank you Tom! You made this process freakin awesome and i will def be back!!

update: blown t case. just got worse once the power was on. Be back soon
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