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The highest compression I can expect to get out of stock Dodge 318 with two turbochargers?

August 15th, 2011 · No Comments

Planning on converting my truck over to run 100% ethanol and i want to achieve a very high compression for the ethanol so I am going to use the turbochargers to help with compression and forced induction. the engine is a 1974 dodge 318 LA stock everything.
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How often do i need to change the oil in my volkswagen passat?

December 25th, 2010 · No Comments

Hi! I have a 2006 Volkswagen Passat. I had previously thought that I need to change my oil ever 3 months or 3000 miles. I read online today that I only need to change my oil every 5000 or at least once a year. Can someone clarify that for me?
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Flyin’ Miata II turbo installation instructions for 90-05 Miatas

August 18th, 2010 · No Comments

Thank you for purchasing the Flyin’ Miata II turbo system. We regard the installation as a mutual project and will be pleased to offer help at any time. We remain committed to make this a successful and enjoyable experience for all concerned. These instructions will offer the installer a guide for the installation and operation of the Flyin’ Miata II turbocharger system for the first and second generation (’90 – ‘05) Mazda Miatas.
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2007 Ford Powerstroke 6.4L Upgrade Front Intercooler Installation Instructions

May 20th, 2009 · No Comments

Study these instructions completely before proceeding. Engine and / or turbocharger damage may occur if any component within these instructions is improperly installed. Turbonetics, Inc or any of its distributors cannot be held responsible for damages as a result of negligent or improper installation. This complete turbocharger system can be installed using common tools and automotive procedures, but installer must have a thorough knowledge of automotive engine operation and feel comfortable working on the vehicle.
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2005 – 2006 Ford Mustang GT, Manual Transmission Turbocharge System

May 7th, 2009 · No Comments

Study these instructions completely before proceeding. Engine and/or turbocharger damage may occur if any component within these instructions is improperly installed. Turbonetics, Inc or any of its distributors cannot be held responsible for damages as a result of negligent or improper installation. This complete turbocharger system can be installed using common tools and automotive procedures, but installer must have a thorough knowledge of automotive engine operation and feel comfortable working on the vehicle.
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Ford Powerstroke Pickups Model 1994-2004 Installation Instructions

April 18th, 2009 · No Comments

Diesel Turbo Lifesaver is a computer controlled device that allows you to set an automatic engine idle sequence to properly cool your turbocharger before engine shutdown as required by Ford and Navistar. Failure to follow recommended turbo cooling procedures can lead to premature bearing failure that is NOT covered under the factory warranty.
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Sy-Klone Series 9000 Air Precleaner for Mack Truck Models MR, & LE, and Volvo Truck Models WXLL42, & WX64 Installation

December 6th, 2008 · No Comments

This bulletin is designed to improve the air intake performance and extend the air filter life on garbage refuse trucks by removing the Vacuator style dust cups and installing a Sy-Klone Series 9000 Air Precleaner. Your trucks will experience increased uptime and reduced operating costs.
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GM Gen III & IV V8 Oil Cooler Adapter Block Kit

September 10th, 2008 · No Comments

Clean the block mounting surface area and then install the supplied gasket and oil cooler adapter block. Install the oil cooler adapter bolts and tighten the bolts to 106 in-lbs (12 Nm).

Use thread sealing compound on the sensor or sensor plug threads along with the adapter block bolt threads. If you are using this adapter on a vehicle that does not have an oil temperature sensor or has the sensor mounted elsewhere, then you should plug the oil temperature sensor port with the supplied M12 plug and crush washer. If you are not using this adapter to supply oil to a turbocharger, supercharger or other application then you should plug the 1/8” NPT port with the supplied fitting.
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Flyin’ Miata II turbo installation Instructions for 1.8L Miatas

August 15th, 2008 · No Comments

Thank you for purchasing the Flyin’ Miata II turbo system. We regard the installation as a mutual project and will be pleased to offer help at any time. We remain committed to make this a successful and enjoyable experience for all concerned. These instructions will offer the installer a guide for the installation and operation of the Flyin’ Miata turbocharger system for the 1.8 liter Mazda Miata.
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BEGI System 4.2 turbo installation instructions for 1.6L Miatas

August 12th, 2008 · No Comments

Thank you for purchasing the BEGI System 4.2 turbo system. We regard the installation as a mutual project and will be pleased to offer help at any time. We remain committed to make this a successful and enjoyable experience for all concerned. These instructions will offer the installer a guide for the installation and operation of the BEGI System 4.2 turbocharger system for the 1.6 liter Mazda Miata.
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