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Filed Under (Hyundai) by admin on 12-03-2011
Installation of this kit requires modifications to the front bumper and removal of the bumper reinforcement. Please check with the owner of the vehicle before installing this kit.2. Removal of Stock Parts Please refer to the factory service manual for the proper removal of stock parts. 2-1 Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery. 2-2 Remove the under carriage cover. 2-3 Remove the front bumper. 2-4 Remove the bumper reinforcement (this will not be reinstalled). 2-5 Remove the stock Intercooler piping. 2-6 Remove the power steering oil cooler. 3. KIT INSTALLATION 3-1 Mount the Intercooler (1) Mount the top bracket of the Intercooler to the horn bracket using the stock bolt. (Parts used #1) (2) Mount the bottom bracket to the radiator core support lower. (Parts used #17) 3-2 Intake Pipe installation (1) Install the intake pipes I-1, I-2 from the turbo outlet side stock piping to the Intercooler. (Parts used #2, 6, 11)
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 05-01-2011
Removing Factory Parts Please follow the factory repair manual procedures when removing the parts. ??? Please remove the negative (-) terminal from the battery. ??? Remove the engine undercover panels. ??? Remove the front bumper cover. ??? If you have the GReddy turbo kit, please remove compression pipe C-2. ??? Remove air hoses B/C/D/E and air pipes B/C. ??? Remove the factory intercooler. ??? Drain the P/S fluid and remove the P/S cooler. Disconnect the factory P/S hose as designated by the arrow. ?? Relocation Kit ??? ??? Mount the P/S cooler according to the image ?/? Cooler Installation ? using the P/S cooler clamps and 6mmx15mm nuts and bolts. (Parts used:??,?,??,??) ??? Use the provided 9mm hoses (960mm and 1070mm) please cut them to fit. The 1070mm hose is installed on the upper portion of the P/S cooler and the 960mm hose should be installed on the lower portion. Use the provided hose bands to secure the hose ends.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 26-12-2010
WARNINGS AND NOTES 1. Make sure ignition is turned off (dash off). For extra protection, you may disconnect the battery (in the trunk). 2. Make sure all hose clamps are positioned after the bead on the intercooler piping. Failure to do so will result in boost leaks or hoses popping off. SILICONE HOSE C L A M P C L A M P BEAD IN INTERCOOLER PIPE 3. Do not over tighten hose clamps. If you notice distortion of the clamp or tearing of the silicone hose, you’ve gone too tight! 4. After you’ve taken your car for a test drive, check all hose clamps again to make sure they are tight and correctly positioned.INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS 1. REMOVE RADITOR SHROUD AND AIR INLET – Remove air inlet scoop by unscrewing Phillips head body clips and gently pulling scoop from airbox. – Remove radiator shroud by removing plastic clips with flathead screwdriver. Use care not to break the clips. Once the tab is popped out ½ way, you can remove the both pieces at once by hand. Once all plastic clips are removed, pull the radiator shroud up toward you until it pops out of place. Make sure all clips are removed before pulling too hard. 2. REMOVE 12MM BOLTS SECURING UICP TO RADIATOR SUPPORT 3. LOOSEN HOSE CLAMPS AND REMOVE INTERCOOLER PIPE NOTE: ACCESSING LOWER HOSE CLAMP THROUGH GRILL W/ 10MM SOCKET 4. REMOVE FACTORY INTERCOOLER PIPE BUSHINGS AND INSTALL TO HARMAN INTERCOOLER PIPE 5. INSTALL HARMAN MOTIVE INTERCOOLER PIPE 2.5” Straight Hose 6. REINSTALL RADIATOR SHROUD AND AIR INLET SCOOP START THE CAR AND LISTEN FOR ANY LEAKS. TAKE THE CAR ON A TEST DRIVE THEN RECHECK ALL HOSE CLAMPS.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 24-12-2010
1) Remove air duct, battery cover, battery, lower battery tray and silver wiring harness bracket that is mounted with two bolts to
the battery tray. 2) Remove bypass valve along with both tubes connected to it. 3) Remove air intake box and tube. 4) At this point you can now install the air filter fan shield using the supplied M8 bolts. If you are using an OEM or Aftermarket intercooler pipe that still utilizes the mount on the battery tray remove the bolt and install the fan shield with the spacer in between the shield and intercooler pipe tab, tighten it down with the supplied longer M8 bolt. If you are using an Aftermarket intercooler pipe that doesn’t have the mount you will need to use the supplied longer spacer to space the fan shield away from the battery correctly. Refer to picture below. 5) Remove the backing from the battery tray and stick it into place. Then you can set the battery on it and install the battery cables at the angles shown. 6) You can now lay the battery into position and tie it down using the supplied tie down. This can be done using the OEM hook locations. You may have to remove some of the wire tie downs to allow the cables to move with the battery. 7) Install the turbo to intake custom silicone coupler onto the turbo, leave the clamps loose at this time. This coupler is to be routed underneath the fuel lines and engine harness. Be sure to completely seat the coupler onto the turbo. 8) Install the intake pipe and filter leaving the clamps loose for further adjustment. 9) Now at this time get the tube that connected the bypass valve to the intercooler piping and cut 1 in. off of one end as shown below*. The end that you cut goes to on the bypass valve, the other end to the intake.
Filed Under (GM) by admin on 04-06-2010
1999-2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Series Condition Some customers may comment on a moan or vibration noise at low vehicle speeds 40-64 km (25-40 mph) or between 900-1700 RPM under load. Cause Exhaust system resonance may be transmitted through the powertrain mounts into the body causing this condition. Correction Caution: Personal injury or burns may occur when working on a hot exhaust system, let the exhaust system cool off prior to performing the repair. An exhaust system flex pipe kit is available to correct this condition. If diagnosis leads to this condition, install the applicable exhaust system flex pipe kit listed below using the following procedure. Refer to the Parts Information for kit applications and usage. Important: This fix and the kit part numbers are specific to vehicle frame type. A Level 3 frame was introduced interim 2000 model year (approximately January 2000). With a Level 3 frame, the transmission crossmember was moved forward of its previous location. Pre-Level 3 frames will require the installation of additional components to correct the condition.