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  2. Hope you used submersible fuel line, not just fuel injection hose, or you'll have that problem again.
  3. Been stalking craigslist past for the past month looking to buy! Missed one 2 weeks ago :/ So if you know someone who is selling hmu! (Edit: will consider one without Sport Seats)
  4. Problem was discovered and fixed roughly in a hour including part store run for some hoes included. I have the rear seats out because I was cleaning them and applying leather conditioner. I couldn't here the pump kick. So I checked battery voltage, it was 11.7 so I gave it a boost and still same thing. I checked voltage at pump connector that was good, and pump ohmed out at 0.01 plugged in and put my ear right by it and could here fuel splashing like the return side normally makes so I pulled it and found the offender. still need to figure out why my wastegate is not actuating, isolated the boost controller to rule that out but didn't get any further than that.
  5. How long did it take you to diagnose that? Thats never the first thing someone checks for unless you pulled the fuel feed first and saw no fuel coming out
  6. Well this happened This is the in tank fuel line from the pump the only one that I left stock luckily this caused a no start at home. I'm guessing it was from the accidental 20+ psi pull, and the ethanol eating through it once it bulged. Just glad it happened when it did. My new fuel pump wiring setup is 8 awg wire to st95 solenoid. The spade connections on a regular 50amp relay was melting. This is not the finished product still need to secure everything. lowered the rear slightly still going to drop more.
  7. Yesterday
  8. LMT Stage 4 Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  9. What cam did you go with?
  10. "Get the Burkhart advantage"
  11. This was after most people had left.
  12. Some nice looking parts you have there! I recognize that work bench
  13. /thread Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  14. SMG electric motor fried out. Replaced with a new Burkhart unit. All is well! Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  15. Guess I wouldn't have thought to take a project like that to KM but I guess they know how to fix anything for the $$.
  16. Exactly.
  17. Stupid price here also: $13,500
  18. Totally forgot about this looks empty, or was this the after party?
  19. What was the final price?
  20. Also if you take a Chanel lock apart and use the piece with the top jaw, you can use that to turn the exhaust cam sprocket like the vanos removal tool. Or how I did it my first time with no special tools just using a box wrench to loosen the intake cam sprocket nuts to turn it.
  21. There is a guy on YouTube that has a video with all the information you need, step by step walk through cams won't break unless you are a complete idiot. I did the install by myself. i think it's called like m5x headgasket something or another.
  22. Just about! Seller sent videos of the compression test. Compression numbers came back solid 190-195's across the board, sent a deposit to the seller and will pick it up once he has it removed. Tenatively next Saturday morning but may be sooner.
  23. So time the cams at TDC with the timing chains removed, engine 45 deg off TDC. Then rotate engine back to TDC and attach chains. This is my interpretation
  24. So you got it? Sent from my 831C using Tapatalk
  25. Just don't have the bottom end at TDC and you can spin the cams all you want. There is only a small window where they would collide. You don't need tools for any of it. Just a straightedge to set the cams square with each other, easy peasy. When it's time to do it's can walk you through it. Sent from my 831C using Tapatalk
  26. I almost bought a set of s52 cams for $150...guess I should have done it.
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