@R Veloster N , just checking. Are you saying replace the studs even if there is no issues or if I find myself in the situation of ruining the studs, this is the best way to fix the situation? ThanksWD40 penetrant is the best I’ve found. ARP stud kit 400-8007, soak the turbocharger studs for 12 hours and use the double nut removal method.
Thanks ... will put an order in. would be good to even have if I didn't even change them over as this is my only car and would make it difficult to get to work if something did happen.Yes and yes. These studs don’t require a nut. They're stainless steel
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Hey @Bu11eT - been looking for this double extension tool and all I can find is something called a wobble bar. Is this the tool or is it called something else?To be fair you should at least have the special tool to remove the two sensors. We also used this double extension setup to reach for the upper screws of the flex pipe, but it also works without it, it's just a tad more fiddlier.
The rest is just making sure you turn and angle the upper downpipe in the right way to pull it out from underneath the car.
The process itself is not that hard, it becomes a pain when some screws or one of the sensors is rusted into place.
Awesome ... wobble bar it is thenYes that's the right one. Didn't even know there is such a name for it . In general most high quality extensions offer you the option to not lock in fully, but to become a "wobble bar" as well
Firstly...this is my first LiFePO4 battery and have not had much experience with them in the past. Plus its only been in the car for just over a week.I'm keen to get your feedback on the battery. Do you think it's a viable replacement for the stock AGM battery?