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This is a discussion on The dizzle and loulegz thread within the Mountain States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; you can adjust the wastegate arm with a small pick tool and a 12mm or 10 mm i forget..... also ...

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    you can adjust the wastegate arm with a small pick tool and a 12mm or 10 mm i forget..... also do you have the stock or aftermarket heatshield as these make it a pain to adjust..... i will help you tomorrow
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    lou im sorry that is lame o
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06hawkman View Post
    you can adjust the wastegate arm with a small pick tool and a 12mm or 10 mm i forget..... also do you have the stock or aftermarket heatshield as these make it a pain to adjust..... i will help you tomorrow
    Stock heatsheild..ok cool i'll bring some tools. Thanks a ton i appreciate it. If you need help with stereo stuff let me know that i am good with
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    you should take the heatshield off before tomorrow so we can get to it easy.... its a p.i.t.a.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adizzle02 View Post
    I'll bring tools what do i need?????

    Check out what I found..
    Adjusting the wastegate arm

    I dunno, maybe that's not the issue..
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06hawkman View Post
    you should take the heatshield off before tomorrow so we can get to it easy.... its a p.i.t.a.
    I can handle that...3 or 4 bolts i assume hold it on
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    hawkman, how much of an issue is it to replace the bcs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXLoulegzXx View Post
    I know I just really REALLY wanted to have it ready for the meet tomorrow
    at least you're not in my shoes.
    when I originally did my lights, I didn't use silicon to reseal them, this time when I opened up my passenger-side light I turned it upside down a couple ounces of water poured out. not good.
    Then I accidentlay broke the plastic part that I painted. so it's all ghetto glued and looks terrible. Then I broke the upper tab that you put the body pin into.
    THEN I broke almost all the tabs on my side grill pieces.

    THEN!!!!!!!!!!!!! my driver's side light is a beotch to put in and out and I bent the edge of the quarter panel and paint started to chip off. Now I need some bodywork guy to fix that.
    THEN...I lost a bolt to. Second that happened.

    I don't think it could have gotten worse. Two nights ago was teh suck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflowmfg View Post
    at least you're not in my shoes.
    when I originally did my lights, I didn't use silicon to reseal them, this time when I opened up my passenger-side light I turned it upside down a couple ounces of water poured out. not good.
    Then I accidentlay broke the plastic part that I painted. so it's all ghetto glued and looks terrible. Then I broke the upper tab that you put the body pin into.
    THEN I broke almost all the tabs on my side grill pieces.

    THEN!!!!!!!!!!!!! my driver's side light is a beotch to put in and out and I bent the edge of the quarter panel and paint started to chip off. Now I need some bodywork guy to fix that.
    THEN...I lost a bolt to. Second that happened.

    I don't think it could have gotten worse. Two nights ago was teh suck!

    damn!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by timber View Post
    damn!!
    +1 Indeed!

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    there are some bcs units that are fairly easy to install. i believe the gm bcs is plug and play
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflowmfg View Post
    at least you're not in my shoes.
    when I originally did my lights, I didn't use silicon to reseal them, this time when I opened up my passenger-side light I turned it upside down a couple ounces of water poured out. not good.
    Then I accidentlay broke the plastic part that I painted. so it's all ghetto glued and looks terrible. Then I broke the upper tab that you put the body pin into.
    THEN I broke almost all the tabs on my side grill pieces.

    THEN!!!!!!!!!!!!! my driver's side light is a beotch to put in and out and I bent the edge of the quarter panel and paint started to chip off. Now I need some bodywork guy to fix that.
    THEN...I lost a bolt to. Second that happened.

    I don't think it could have gotten worse. Two nights ago was teh suck!
    That's so ****ty, I am sorry. If it makes you feel like I broke one tab on my side grill too... I found the piece though and super glued it back together.
    I was worried about water getting in mine too, thats why I shipped them off

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    does anyone else hate that our cars are held together with plastic tabs and shotty japaneese bolts
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06hawkman View Post
    does anyone else hate that our cars are held together with plastic tabs and shotty japaneese bolts
    +1
    BUT, I do still love her

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