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2milehi last won the day on December 29 2016

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About 2milehi

  • Birthday 06/07/1968

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  1. This shows it pretty good. VG33 on left and middle, VG30 on the right.
  2. You don't have to do that. The engine will survive a couple of seconds when the oil filter is filling up.
  3. You don't have to do that. The engine will survive a couple of seconds when the oil filter is filling up.
  4. Punch a hole into the bottom of the oil filter before removing it and let it drain. This keeps from douching the starter in oil.
  5. There is probably a bad component in the ECM. The ECM is programmed to turn on the fuel pump for a few seconds when ignition is turned on. Then when there is a tach signal the ECM turns on the fuel pump. I would try swapping out the ECM. If you are in the Summit county area (Breckenridge) I have a spare ECM that you can try. Hit me up and we can figure out something.
  6. That is right, I found some 300ZX injectors on ebay for the Pathfinder. Been doing different cars through the years and don't remember exactly what I put where.
  7. You sure that the yellow top STI injectors aren't in there?
  8. Well it was good that the engine did not make oil pressure pushing all those broken bits through the engine (oil filter "should" catch it). Make sure that there is no damage to the crank "flats" that drive the oil pump. BTW is the damage of the driven gear in the flat area? I recommend that you disassemble your next oil pump (even if it is new) and get a good visual on everything.
  9. Ugh.. It is spelled Camaro
  10. So the turbo should be fine as long a the piston didn't blow apart. The heads should be good on the blown up engine, just clean out the oil passages really good.
  11. Thanks for posting. I was guessing #6 because it was the furthest from the oil pump. I kinda looks like the rod bolt failed, popped out, and the rest is history.

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