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JFairman JFairman is offline
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175psi compression pressure is very high for a turbo motor on street gas. 930's are 7:1 compression ration, and down around 115-120 psi compression.
It's good that they are all the same still.

The wastegate vent hose is in the wrong place. It should be vented to atmosphere.
The turbo's oil drain hose looks like it is too big for the brass fitting in the chain case cover that it's clamped onto and will eventally split at the hose clamp and be an oil leak.
The brass fitting in the chain case cover looks slightly cocked to the side from what may be a poorly drilled and tapped hole and then gooped up with epoxy around the threads to try and secure it there and seal oil from leaking. Thats a thin piece of aluminum to try and tap threads in by hand if thats what they did.
Old 01-26-2009, 02:21 PM
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