Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Southeastern, Indiana
It's kind of a pain in the ass but i have mine almost completely apart after working on it for about 2.5 hours. About ten minutes more tonight after work and i will have my stocker out.
It's not very hard work at all, biggest pain in the ass is moving stuff out of they way to get to your turbo.
-remove downpipe heat shield, turbo heat shield, remove intake and turbo mouthpiece, i also removed my pcv plumbing
-drivers side intercooler pipe, remove intake bridge, drain a couple gallons of anti-freeze
-remove glow plug contoller, un bolt a/c compressor and lay it on the passenger side battery, a couple wiring harness, remove vain positioning sensor....
Then its time for the good stuff...
-remove down pipe, un-bolt up pipes(pain in the ass, but not bad)
-unbolt oil drain, unbolt water lines, un-bolt oil feed, unbolt the 3 turbo pedistal bolts....that's all thats to it!! Lol
-68mm Cheetah w/ 4" dp
-DSP5 and G-Max5/1058 by Fleece Performance (473/871)stock turbo
-Leveling kit, 33" ATZ's 18" Ultra Predators
-shim kit, egr and resonator blocked
-Cognito Braces, PPE tie rod sleeves,60" traction bars
-4" banks turbo back and 5" MBRP miter cut stack
-AFE mouthpiece, K&N Stainless intake, AirDog 150
-Cowl hood, spray in bed liner