Removing the stock turbo for something better

Last weekend I removed the OEM turbo and all other parts I won’t be needing for a while when the new hair dryer arrives.
This time I used the removal procedure for the turbo and manifold described in FM’s excellent FM2 upgrade manual:
Saved me a lot of grief.

At least one of the studs for the manifold was damaged. I’m considering replacing all of them with ARP units or similar.

I won’t sell off any parts from the MSM.
If the PKK don’t like my new turbo I rather put on a N/A manifold than reinstall the old turbo.


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