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Originally posted by wcc
Well yeah, that sucks! But I think you'd still be ahead if you drilled them out and put in new studs. Unless studs are really expensive. I don't know, maybe you can't even get 'em? Hopefully, mine comes apart and goes back together trouble free.
I drilled out one of the studs but it wasn't exactly in the centre. It was very time consuming. I am sure I would have had to slot the wastegate holes on the headers to get it to fit again. I just thought WTH I have spent thousands anyway... At least I know that I could have fixed it up if I really wanted too. I would have used stainless studding just like the rest I have changed on the car if needed.


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Last edited by NathanUK; 12-13-2006 at 03:36 PM..
Old 12-13-2006, 03:33 PM
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