So I am back in the T. Hundreds of boxes later, and not even close to thinking about anything other than taking the car out once every three weeks for an hour or so.
The garage is a disaster, I have to rearrange everything. Move hoses, wiring etc.
I have a whole shop air filter to install. If anybody is doing anything somewhat serious then think about one. 200-400(ish) will get you one on Amazon. Some people put a bag of activated charcoal in the filter pockets to try
So after some soul searching I realised that in order to do this thing right (and safe) and not feel rushed I needed to get a daily. I have been considering it for a while as I haul precious cargo often and drivers here often do not pay attention to red lights or stop signs. I wanted to get something that would be safe, air conditioned and something my significant other could drive. So when I was presented with an opportunity to get my friends 2004 Audi A4 i.8t I said yes.
Good afternoon everyone.
Welcome to phase II.
Just to make sure that everyone is up to speed. I purchased a basket case turbo setup from a fellow member. After I sorted out everything, including a somewhat surprising turbo rebuild, I am just about to start with the first steps to getting the turbo installed.
The hard part for me is (besides getting the time) is that I need to make sure that the result is safe and reliable. There are some things that BMW