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Old 11-01-2006, 06:37 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Well, the entire head will have to be removed, along with the timing belt (obviously). The only way to not mess up the timing is to have it done right.
Ok, Thank you for your comment. OBVIOUSLY!!!
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Old 11-03-2006, 04:06 AM   #17 (permalink)
 
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Well, its probably when they dynoflash my ECU they forgot to set redline to 7,000rpm. But instead they did 9,000rpm, So when I lunch I missed 3rd gear and it went up to 8,000. So when I look back I saw cloud of white smoke.

And now I dont know if I want it keep it, probably will send them back ECU and let them do it right to 7,000rpm, so the next time I dont blown anything!!!
Stock rev limit is 7,600 RPM and the car can handle 8000 with no issues from the head. Pretty sure that did not cause your problem, and I would NOT set the rev limiter to 7000 RPM when the stock rev limiter is 7,600 RPM.

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Old 11-03-2006, 08:51 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Stock rev limit is 7,600 RPM and the car can handle 8000 with no issues from the head. Pretty sure that did not cause your problem, and I would NOT set the rev limiter to 7000 RPM when the stock rev limiter is 7,600 RPM.

Keith
Well, it was mistake!!! It was blown turbo, I spike 24psi
I learn by my mistakes
Anyway... What do you guys think I should get, a rebuild kit for $75 or 20g(TD06) for $300+? What would be better for the mods I have?
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Old 11-04-2006, 03:34 PM   #19 (permalink)
 
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are you saying your turbo is shot? based on boosting at 24, that is not what caused the problem. many boost over 24 psi on the stock turbo without a problem.

the fact that the turbo is blowing smoke means you did considerable damage to the turbo.
Mine is just now being reinstalled from blowing smoke. In looking for the problem FP found that something, a nut or some such ran through the exhaust side, screwing up the blades. That in turn threw it out of balance enough to ruin the seal and thus poor oil into the exhaust.
iow, a 75 dollar rebuild is not likely to fix it. you may find a used turbo relatively cheap.

who did the install the last time? If in fact it is the turbo that is causing the smoke, something was done wrong in the install.

btw, how much smoke was coming out of the oil filler hole? just a bit of fog like vapor? that tiny bit of "smoke" would be normal.

have you checked the turbo yet, how do you know that was the problem?
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Old 11-04-2006, 04:44 PM   #20 (permalink)
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are you saying your turbo is shot? based on boosting at 24, that is not what caused the problem. many boost over 24 psi on the stock turbo without a problem.

the fact that the turbo is blowing smoke means you did considerable damage to the turbo.
Mine is just now being reinstalled from blowing smoke. In looking for the problem FP found that something, a nut or some such ran through the exhaust side, screwing up the blades. That in turn threw it out of balance enough to ruin the seal and thus poor oil into the exhaust.
iow, a 75 dollar rebuild is not likely to fix it. you may find a used turbo relatively cheap.

who did the install the last time? If in fact it is the turbo that is causing the smoke, something was done wrong in the install.

btw, how much smoke was coming out of the oil filler hole? just a bit of fog like vapor? that tiny bit of "smoke" would be normal.

have you checked the turbo yet, how do you know that was the problem?
Man, You trying to explain like I know nothing about turbo engines. Iam probably the younges evo owner on this web(iam 19), but I used to have dsm talon tsi, and I take the engine apart like 3 times or more and fixed the problems a had... So when I checked the td05hr turbo, the wheel was moving unnormaly. Then I open the turbo, and compressor ring was blown, so the antifreezer went into exhuast! So then I went to sleep ...
Anyway running 24psi with td05 is too much, We should not go over 22psi ...
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Old 11-04-2006, 05:48 PM   #21 (permalink)
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And I just found out that I have turbo from evolution VII which is TD05HR-16G6-10,5T
Rare thing ha? Which stock evo VIII have TD05-16G6-9,8T
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Old 11-04-2006, 08:15 PM   #22 (permalink)
 
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ok then, you have it covered, i am happy you have it figured out.
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Old 11-04-2006, 08:32 PM   #23 (permalink)
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ok then, you have it covered, i am happy you have it figured out.
Well I geuss I'll get TD05HR turbo rebuild kit. Thanks for everything!
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