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Hey fellas, went to re-mount my HKS BOV to my hardpipe last night and saw something interesting. Oil all over the bottom of the BOV. And when I took off my hard pipe to my stock twins, inside one of the silicon connectors there was a little pool of oil just chilling there. Is this a sign that my twins are going out? Any information would be great, Thanks!
 

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Yep...they are getting there. There is no telling how long you have. If you want them to last as long as you can....turn down your boost. Don't run anything over 15 psi. It's time for you to think about rebuilding them or going single.
 

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picture - if you are gonna need some new twins, let me know, i'm taking off my stock set from a 98 with 20k miles, bone stock all it's life...
 
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Peter....did you buy your car from a guy named Arthur?
 
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OOps...that was meant to say...did you buy your car from a guy named Donald?
 

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It could be bad maybe not...when i bought my car...a shop noticed this and tried selling me a used set of twins for $1000 installed...70 track runs later...they are still working...the factory blowoff thingy has alot of oil on and around....also when i did the bleeder "t" mod...oil would spray out. I believe its normal to have some oil in there...
 

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YOu could also check if your car is puffing out blue smoke from the exhaust, and if s it could be your turbo's, it is always great to monitor your oil level.
 
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