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Turns out there was a crack on the pipe that the turbo sits on. First time I have seen this with a measly mp t70... just thought I'd share.


And the fix...



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Yeah but I'd be down for how long... I put this up to see how many people had the same problem not bitch... what remedy did they use

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Are those the chinese ones or his in house ones?
 

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This can't be possible. Everyone here knows that only On3 turbo kits have issues.
 

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This can't be possible. Everyone here knows that only On3 turbo kits have issues.
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This can't be possible. Everyone here knows that only On3 turbo kits have issues.
1 Thread and B&G has issues,but 500 threads and on3 doesnt! :shakehead

The difference would be brian would've fixed it instead of making or finding excuses why not to fix it.
 

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Haven't had any issues yet with my BG stuff. Been on my car almost 4 years with a Precision T-70.
Hate to see anyone have problems though. Good to see you have it fixed up.
 

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Been on the car for 2 years but barely 2k miles if that high.

Maybe this pos master power is too heavy??? Needs a support bracket
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I had some cracking on mine in the same area but it was after a few hundred passes and a lot of hot street driving.

Brian had it fixed and back to me quickly. He reinforced it a bit but in a different way then you did.
 

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Most cracking I have had was from overheating. I will always suggest bracing ur turbo to take the weight off the headers.
 

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I had some cracking on mine in the same area but it was after a few hundred passes and a lot of hot street driving.

Brian had it fixed and back to me quickly. He reinforced it a bit but in a different way then you did.
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My car was also running a bit rich, which brian told me kills headers.
 

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I cracked my B&G headers many years ago, but I thought was from running 500rwhp+ on 91 octane and low timing.
 
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