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Originally Posted by totle View Post
I have also been thinking about removing the air pump, valves etc as Bill shows above.

Question: Will I be able to remove the air-pump without taking out the engine? It seems very hard to access and remove the air-pump

/Trond
Yes, the air pump can be removed fairly easily with engine in place. It's a bit cramped in there, but not too difficult.
If you don't want the extra work (and mess) of removing the turbo scavenge pump, you will have to cut the toothed belt that drives the pump. I figured the belt was probably past it's use-by date anyway.
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