The parts look new, why hack it up? I realize it is just a bolt but you paid good money for the kit to fit right and it doesn't. If you cut too much off you're going to end up stripping that bolt when you try to remove or tighten it.
Thats a strange issue. What turbo are you running? My o2 housing doesn't come anywhere near the wastegate flange like that. In fact, i have my o2 housing wrapped in exhaust wrap, and it still isnt anywhere near it. If you have a turbo which has a much wider exhaust housing, i could see it pushing the o2 housing over towards the wastegate more.
As for what to do in that situation, i agree i would contact AGP first. If they dont offer much help, i would try a different bolt first. If that doesnt seem to work, i would mark the o2 housing a make a small dent in it right there so they don't touch. I know it isnt "right", and not as asthetically pleasing, but it'll work and you wont notice any difference in how it mechnically works, and you dont have to worry about them rubbing.
Thats a strange issue. What turbo are you running? My o2 houseing doesnt come anywhere near the wastegate flange like that. In fact, i have my o2 housing wrapped in exhaust wrap, and it still isnt anywhere near it. If you have a turbo which has a much wider exhaust housing, i could see it pushing the o2 housing over towards the wastegate more.
So recently I purchased and started to restore a SRT-4 it has torn me down Built Me Up taught me a lot and burned a hole directly through my wallet roughly 9000 later including cost Parts labor shop fees extra stuff and just the usual I'm sitting with
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Ok so I have a agp large front mount intercooler right now. I just picked up a agp race intercooler from a local by me. But I am wondering if this is the best possible intercooler for high hp. I know these intercoolers are prown to cracking but I take percausions to keep that from happining.
I was trying to add fuel via my DSP the other day, and it was doing little to nothing by adding 5%, then to 10%, it wasn't adding the fuel it should be.
I feel like it would be my fuel pressure regulator going bad? Has anyone else had this issue and fixed it with a FPR? I don't want to spend...