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Old 01-20-2018, 12:01 PM
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turbo chirping has begun

well, the infamous turbo chirping has begun. sound is from the vanes/vane acuator system and not really from the turbo bearing. the acutal sound is like predator birds or ravens squaking.


so another thing to put on the list .
 
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Old 01-22-2018, 03:25 PM
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What's your plan of attack? Is it Hi or low pressure side?


Any loss noticed in performance or boost or just the audible?

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Old 01-22-2018, 04:10 PM
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Itís strange
It hasnít happened again.
 
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Old 01-22-2018, 04:29 PM
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Thanx Fritz,

Think it was a mod sinking in?

If it rears again, do you have a plan in place.

Knowing you, you had a 4th and 1 plan in the mix.

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im contemplating putting in a 60ml injection nozzle before the turbo and mist some oil onto the variable vanes. 60ml would be just enough to keep it wet.

I can tap some off my oil bypass filter line (5PSI to 60PSI).

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Old 01-23-2018, 01:32 AM
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Your talking hi side from what I gather. Correct?

Sounds like blistered paint kinda, can you expound?


Appreciate your innovative aspect on this rig.


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Is it turbo chirping? Or broke exhaust manifold bolts? My truck was making a chirping noise for probably a year. And it would come and go, some days it would do it a lot, other days none. Then one day it was horribly loud! Had 3 exhaust manifold bolts broke on one side, and 2 bolts broke on the other side.
 
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Is it turbo chirping? Or broke exhaust manifold bolts? My truck was making a chirping noise for probably a year. And it would come and go, some days it would do it a lot, other days none. Then one day it was horribly loud! Had 3 exhaust manifold bolts broke on one side, and 2 bolts broke on the other side.
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Just back from a 400 mile round.

Heavy snow, ****ty roads and I just noticed slightly off throttle I had a bird up front.

I'll see tomorrow if it's still there but will check manifolds first.

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Old 02-07-2018, 02:03 PM
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No loose or missing man bolts. Washed the truck top to bottom. Went away. Thinking it was a belt noise from the salt and ice spray on the trip.

Fingers crossed.

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Anymore word from this? I had and squeal today on heavy throttle. Was riding with the shop mechanic trying to figure out my vibration issues. It happened twice. I was getting on it pretty good. I am hoping it was a fluke as well. Do you guys have a sound clip of yours?
 
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Mine did it once when I punched it during regen

 
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I HOP it was a fluke. Really do about broken manifold bolts causing this as well. And they are a giant pain in the rear from what I have read. I would think that if the truck was cold and did that it make have been a manifold bolt. But the truck was warmed up when it did it for me.
 
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I HOP it was a fluke. Really do about broken manifold bolts causing this as well. And they are a giant pain in the rear from what I have read. I would think that if the truck was cold and did that it make have been a manifold bolt. But the truck was warmed up when it did it for me.
That is how mine was. Did it for a long time until it got to the point that it didn't quiet down once warmed up. Always did it under throttle.
 
 
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