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Originally Posted by copbait73 View Post
Great advice, I've see many new, expensive turbos trashed by weld slag, spatter, etc. One old method that really works is to buy a length of chain that will fit through the bends and spend an hour dragging it back and forth through each pipe with extra focus on the unseen collectors.
WOW...that's a great tip!!! Also, I'm not sure what kind of gaskets (especially the exhaust port gaskets) come with the B&B install kit. If they aren't the nice looking factory metal ones with an asbestos like material in the middle (like a sandwhich), don't waste your the proper ones. I can't remember who it was, but one of these manufacturers was supplying their headers with these horrible home made gaskets!!! I'm also not sure what type of hardware comes with the install kit...use new stuff. The nuts I used were a copper looking material.
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