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    SC blown can't crack the case

    Looks like I have gray dust that went into the intercooler and out into the TB. My intercooler "out" plumbing had tiny rock looking particles through the first half but I don't think it made it in the TB.

    I can't seem to get my SC cracked open because of the RTV silicone.
    Anyone have any suggestions ?

    Anything else I should do in case the gray dust went into the engine.
    Spray lube in the TB, injectors and pull the plugs and spray in there ?

    So the Riva Gen 2 wheel doesn't need injectors ?
    I thought the Gen1 was already running close to lean.
    I thought Gen 1 was at 8 boost and now Gen 2 is at 9.....

    With Gen2 running at 9 boost wouldn't that have the injectors running wide open.
    I'd think the Gen2 wheel would cause the ski to guzzle gas.

    Man I've got to get back in the mix....
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    lextoy's Avatar
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    use a socket wrench with no socket on it. put the square drive part btw the ears of the 2 SC halves. and turn the socket, it will pry it apart.

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    Gotta love this sport! 05Limited's Avatar
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    Kinchyle... how ya been, buddy?

    Like lextoy said... check this pic:
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    socket wrench is genius, thanks!
    I was about to bust out a wedge and hammer or a saw.

    Kinchyle... how ya been, buddy?
    Keeping up with my one year old and now having fun with the wrenches

    Congrats on the accomplishments you've had with the couch. I actually searched back through all your posts because I was so impressed. I'm glad you kept on with it! You are a master of the anal additions .2mph x20

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    Swedish Viking Craigo's Avatar
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    I would also like to know the answer to this question.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinchyle View Post

    So the Riva Gen 2 wheel doesn't need injectors ?
    Anybody have any answers?

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    thompsdw's Avatar
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    Sep 2007
    Richmond, VA
    GenII is a drop in wheel. No injector changes needed.

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    richrxp's Avatar
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    To be sure pull the oilfilter,and open front oilpump.

    Front oilpump is easy to open,its where the oilfillercap is attached.

    If everything is clean inside your safe.

    I had the same problem,most small pieces will stop at external intercooler inletside.

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