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@Mr B wrote:Was cause of turbo bearing death as well as working it's butt off to get the pressure . Had thought a fault likely linked to turbo issue ... Wonder how much was leaking back when on dyno ...
@Mr B wrote:Lol, i said in earlier post tubby likely linked to cause,was expecting manifold/wastegate related ... Surprised it wasn't whistling like train conducter ... Still think some cams could get easy power and compliment your tubby size (although not cheap as want springs too. Up to you though as should see your goal as is if all else good. Check everything and check again then go to tuner and give them the plan and targets . Good luck. Abbey seems been around while all the others went bust or walkies with customers stripped cars lol .. good luck and may the power be with you. About time you properly tested cosmics box or warranty will be expired lol :-)
@ADSgtir wrote:It would be helpful to people if you explained how you did your leak check,what blanks you needed , what leak check kit , compressor , how long , how hard , etc etc .
Its such a common issue , some leaks are on cars for years !!!!! How to posts specific to the pulsar are gold
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@ADSgtir wrote:What im thinking is to fit a permanent schrader valve (tyre valve)into the pipe work at a handy position,then you need 2 blanks - now you have a permanent test point that you can use a tyre inflator . you can now use a tyre pressure guage to measure the pressure drop if any.
checking leaks is now an easy regular maint job .
The overspeed comment is because - you can easily overspeed the turbo with a split pipe and high boost
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