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Old 05-02-2021, 09:28 PM   #393
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Yes those turbowerx seem to be the best option out there for scavenge pumps and if i do end up running a pump i would likely upgrade to that.

I suppose its no different than running a meth pump...just would have to keep an eye on it.

I seen some folks running one way check valves inline to help with that smoking/seal leaking.

are you running restrictors?
is your pump running full tilt all the time or are you controlling voltage somehow?
Pump is on full blast all the time. Running .020 restrictors as instructed by xona rotor. I’m looking for a good check valve and I may make a small catch tank to act as a small reservoir
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Old 05-02-2021, 10:15 PM   #394
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Here’s the check valve I used on the Turbo SRT8 remote kit I did years ago.

https://www.mcmaster.com/catalog/127/545

McMaster-Carr PN 7768K21
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Old 05-03-2021, 09:17 AM   #395
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Here’s the check valve I used on the Turbo SRT8 remote kit I did years ago.

https://www.mcmaster.com/catalog/127/545

McMaster-Carr PN 7768K51

thanks
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Old 05-06-2021, 08:57 AM   #396
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First time removing an air bag. Pretty easy to remove it but the tiny clips are a pita.

Make sure you protect the paddles with something before you drill through the wheel. Motion Raceworks provides two different length bolts. To me, ones to short and ones to long. Im going to get the length in the middle so I can use all the threads in the bracket without coming out the back.

I like the idea of having controls using both hands on the wheel but not sure how im going to like the spring wires in a daily. well see.
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Old 05-06-2021, 09:46 AM   #397
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Are you using your paddle for other things? I did this with mine but didn’t have to drill any holes or run a spring wire. I just intercepted the factory wire under the dash and ran it through some electronics to get the control I wanted.

Edit: I see now, you added switches. Do the paddles still work?

I was able to repurpose my paddles for line lock and 2step. It is a big help for me having the controls on the wheel. I never have to take my hands off he wheel for an entire run.
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Old 05-07-2021, 09:07 AM   #398
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Are you using your paddle for other things? I did this with mine but didn’t have to drill any holes or run a spring wire. I just intercepted the factory wire under the dash and ran it through some electronics to get the control I wanted.

Edit: I see now, you added switches. Do the paddles still work?

I was able to repurpose my paddles for line lock and 2step. It is a big help for me having the controls on the wheel. I never have to take my hands off he wheel for an entire run.
Yeah I saw your videos from a while ago where you do that. Pretty slick if you dont want to use them for shifting. It makes me feel cooler using the paddles instead of pushing/pulling the shifter in Manual mode to manually shift.

RabbitZL1 sent me some info on how to make these buttons a really nice option. I'll play around with it this weekend.
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Old Yesterday, 03:54 PM   #399
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Yeah I saw your videos from a while ago where you do that. Pretty slick if you dont want to use them for shifting. It makes me feel cooler using the paddles instead of pushing/pulling the shifter in Manual mode to manually shift.

RabbitZL1 sent me some info on how to make these buttons a really nice option. I'll play around with it this weekend.
“Wireless” No cables wrapping around the column from external buttons.
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