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    get rid of the t piece e metal thing between the intercooler and throttle body.

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    I think we may of found the problem!

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    The bolt from around the oil seal?

    I called it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teds_Wagon View Post


    I think we may of found the problem!

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    Nah! That's meant to be there

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    So we decided on pulling the engine rather than trying to get the gearbox back on underneath the car with limited access. Plan now is the following;

    - New clutch and/or flywheel (dogdish)
    - Replace all pipework
    - New actuator for the turbo
    - Clean down and repaint block
    - Wrap exhaust and downpipe

    Will update soooon..

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    Maybe worth porting the exhaust manifold whilst it's off as from what I remember they are restricted at the collector.

    Ported (though not pretty) vs standard
    Last edited by Dangerous Dave; Saturday 25th February 2017 at 20:19.
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    We are definately porting all the above, ours has lots of inperfections in the casting so have gone through a few dremel heads already... Slow progress but we are aiming for completion by June

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    You need a carbide burr bit:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/INDUSTRIAL...QAAOSwd0BVvxrt

    Will go eat the metal a bit quicker, it's what I use for my manifolds plus it doesn't wear out quickly (had mine for years)
    1996 Olive Green 850 AWD - Forged rods, VXR injectors, 19T, Ostrich 2.0, cold air con. Follow the project here
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    So everythings bolted back together and the engine is back in the car. Two issues we have before it will start-
    - Which way round do the hoses go into the inlet manifold?
    - We are getting no spark from the distributor so will need to have a look into that..



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