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Hey Ginormous, is that squishy (like JustTheTIPpy when he's out of his Blue Bombers ) or more solid - like plastic? Wonder if it could be a piece of one of the chain ramps?

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Hey Ginormous, is that squishy (like JustTheTIPpy when he's out of his Blue Bombers ) or more solid - like plastic? Wonder if it could be a piece of one of the chain ramps?


(yeah, I "Urban'd" it...phnar)
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The debris looks and feels like it’s a piece of rubber from the -4 oil line. Possibly when the end of the hose was assembled (by me) broached a ring of rubber and ultimately became debris and lodged itself into the restrictor blocking a good percentage of the oil to that turbo. So I guess it was a self inflicted failure on my part. So the oil lines are definitely clean and now running Turbonetics debris screens on the new turbos inlets so if debris does enter it would have to be large or abundant to damn the oil supply.
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I would love to see that monster when You get it running again.

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