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This is a discussion on Building the Turbo Whale:) within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I finally did it. I put in my new fuel pump wasn't too hard. Hardest part was separate the assembly ...

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    I finally did it. I put in my new fuel pump wasn't too hard. Hardest part was separate the assembly by myself. I give thanks to Overland04 from NASIOC for the awesome write up it really helped alot

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    Alright guys I just attempted the kartboy short shifter, bushings, and pitch stop mount

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    I did the pitch stop mount first. Very easy sprayed the bolts with PB Blaster then unbolted the old one and put the new one in. The Kartboy mount is just such better quality. Start up is much louder and best part....no bucking between gears. Nice and solid thank you Kartboy

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    next I did the short shifter. Pretty easy don't forget the snap ring pliers.

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    And for the time everybody was waiting for.......the shifter bushings it would have went a lot better if lining up the bolts for the rear bushing wasn't such a *****. That's the pesky rear bushing. Move the heat shield out of the way. Best thing I ever did while installing.
    there's the front bushing. Probably the easiest part.

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    some more pics of the bushings

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    and finally my car put back together. Shifts so much more solid and quicker. With combination of the mount and the new bushings there is more cabin noise from the transmission but once you crank the stereo its gone thanks again Kartboy for your high quality parts would never go a different route

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    Stage 2 anybody? Hell of an install but eventually got it done. Just need to trim the heat shield. Won't be getting an aftermarket one cuz il be going front mount in the future

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    Got to test it a little today went for a trip to Monterey. But couldn't really hit boost cuz i had the family in the car. Will test it out tomorrow more thoroughly but I can tell you guys Catless with the N1 Exhaust is f****** loud. Not annoyingly loud but a lot louder then with just the catback

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    Dude, go something else for your muffler..

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    Quote Originally Posted by livid_wrx View Post
    Dude, go something else for your muffler..
    What do you mean? I like the sound The rumble and the loudness

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