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Old 07-27-2004, 06:11 PM   #1
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Its finally arrived my mitsubishi TD04 turbo and wrx top mount intercooler, just as I had hoped the I/C holds its pressure and the turbo spins freely(with the help of a hair dryer)with minimal shaft play. The exhaust housing is a little grimey, it spins fairly easy like I said with help, so my question is how well should it spin exactly. My first thought was the easier it spins by blowing on it or useing a hairdryer the faster your turbo spools up when it's installed. Im asking because I'd like to polish the exhaust housing as well as clean and relubricate any thing I could to make it perform better and more eficently. Anyone that has done this and knows what lubricants to use and where to apply ect or anyone with just a common knowledge please leave reply.
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Old 07-27-2004, 08:45 PM   #2
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there has to be oil in the center housing in order for those bearings not to die remember that
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