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[QUOTE=DSPTurtle;3744867]You have to spin the inlet pipe (to the intercooler) around a little bit to get the intercooler to sit flush. ]

Done that - but the angle is still not right. I can trace it back to the way the turbo body bolts to the headers. But if the housing can rotate slightly around the clamp, then I can fix it.
Nathan - is there anything I should be wary of? I am assuming these are just flush faces clamped together ? I did try giving them a nudge, but would not budge. I guess the turbine spindles lock the whole thing in place, so you don't have much leeway in trying to manoevre it?
Old 02-03-2008, 10:18 AM
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