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Old 04-01-2008, 06:51 PM   #21
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Yeah it more or less depends on the car and mechanic whether you make money or lose money... I'd hate to be a BMW tech
VTEC?! We don' need no stinking VTEC!!!!
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Old 04-01-2008, 08:11 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by NOPSTNS View Post
....turns out mazda knows of the problem and has updated turbos bc the seals blah blah blah who cares..
started with the speed6.. ill be on my third turbo.. ive had less trouble with the fds..
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Originally Posted by dragonfly2k3 View Post
that warranty **** blows. I love those hours for the civics. You could literally knock out a timing belt in under 2.5hours on a single cam fron the time the car parks to the time it starts haha. Thats pretty sweet.
except this one time (i didnt get home from the bar til 6 am) and i was lead tech on a saturday. i put the tensioner pulley on backwards and smoked the belt. yeah, that car sat til monday. i was no good at going to work drunk.
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is this everything you have to do to take the turbo off or is there more?
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