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Ok, I don't remember what thread it was yesterday that some guy asked how to take out the stock twins. I told him I would try to get the info today. Today I managed to find time to pull the instructions off of ALLDATA. If this helps you man, glad it could help :) btw, if you mess up your car, its not my fault ;)

1. DISCONNECT NEGATIVE TERMINAL CABLE FROM BATTERY.

2. DRAIN ENGINE COOLANT.

3. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER

4. DISCONNECT CRUISE CONTROL ACTUATOR CABLE FROM THROTTLE BODY.

5. REMOVE NO.1 AIR HOSE.

6. REMOVE AIR CLEANER DUCT.

7. REMOVE AIR CLEANER AND MASS AIR FLOW METER ASSEMBLY
a. remove the 3 bolts.
b. loosen the hose clamp, disconnect the air hose from the intake air connector.
c. disconnect the MAF meter wire from the clamp on the air cleaner case.
d. disconnect the MAF meter connector, and remove the air cleaner and MAF meter assembly

8. DISCONNECT THEFT DETERRENT HORN FROM BODY.

9. REMOVE FRONT LOWER ARM BRACKET STAY.

10. REMOVE UPPER FRONT CROSSMEMBER EXTENSION
- remove the 2 bolts, 2 nuts and crossmember extension

11. REMOVE NO.2 FRONT EXHAUST PIPE
a. remove the 2 bolts and nuts holding the front exhaust pipe to the no.2 front exhaust pipe.
b. remove the 2 bolts and pipe support bracket.
c. disconnect the front exhaust pipe from the no.2 exhaust pipe and remove the gasket.
d. remove the 3 nuts, no.2 front exhaust pipe and gasket.

12. REMOVE HEAT INSULATOR FOR NO.2 FRONT EXHAUST PIPE.

13. DISCONNECT A/T OIL COOLER TUBES FROM ENGINE

14. DISCONNECT ENGINE WIRE PROTECTOR FROM BODY

15. DISCONNECT THE FOLLOWING HOSES:
1. heater hose from no.3 water bypass pipe
2. EVAP hose from no.1 vaccum pipe

16. DISCONNECT IAC VALVE PIPE FROM NO.2 AIR TUBE.
a. disconnect the engine wire from the clamp
b. disconnect the following hoses:
1. air hose (from no.1 vacuum pipe) from IAC valve pipe
2. air hose from no.2 air tube
c. disconnect the IAC valve pipe from the clamp

17. DISCONNECT NO.1 VACUUM PIPE FROM AIR TUBES
a. disconnect the following connectors:
1. vsv connector for intake air control valve
2. vsv connector for exhaust bypass valve
b. disconnect the engine wire from the 3 clamps.
c. disconnect the following hoses
1. air hose from no.4 air tube
2. air hose from no.1 air tube
3. air hose from vsv for waste gate valve from vacuum pipe
4. air hose from vsv for exhaust gas control valve from vacuum pipe
5. vacuum hose from air bypass valve from no.1 air tube
6. 2 air hoses from vsv for exhaust bypass valve from vacuum pipe
7. air hose from no.2 air tube from vacuum pipe
8 air hose from vsvs for intake air control valve
9. 2 air hoses from pressure tank from vacuum pipe
d. remove the 3 bolts and disconnect the vacuum pipe from the air tubes.

18. REMOVE VSV ASSEMBLY.
a. disconnect the following
1. air hose from actuator for wastegate valve
2. air hose from actuator for exhaust gas control valve
3. air hose from hose clamp
4. engine wire from wire clamp
b. remove the 2 bolts
c. disconnect the 2 vsv connectors, and remove the vsv assembly

19. REMOVE AIR TUBES AND INTAKE AIR CONNECTOR.

20. REMOVE AIR INLET DUCT

21. REMOVE HEAT INSULATOR FOR TURBOCHARGER

22. REMOVE EXHAUST BYPASS PIPE

23. REMOVE EXHAUST GAS CONTROL VALVE STAY

24. REMOVE MAIN HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR

25. REMOVE EXHAUST GAS CONTROL VALVE

26. REMOVE NO.1 TURBOCHARGER STAY

27. REMOVE NO.2 TURBOCHARGER STAY

28. REMOVE THE NO.1 TURBO OIL PIPE
a. remove the union bolt holding the turbo oil pipe to the cylinder block. remove the 2 gaskets.
b. remove the 2 nuts, and disconnect the turbo oil pipe from the turbocharger, remove the gasket.
c. disconnect the turbo oil hose from the turbo oil outlet on the no.1 oil pan, and remove the turbo oil pipe.

29. REMOVE NO.2 TURBO OIL PIPE
a. See above

30. REMOVE TURBOCHARGERS AND TURBINE OUTLET ELBOW ASSEMBLY
a. disconnect the following hoses:
1. heater hose(from no.3 water bypass pipe) from no.2 water bypass pipe
2. water bypass hose(from no.2 turbo water pipe) from no.2 water bypass pipe
b. remove the 8 nuts holding the turbochargers to the exhaust manifold
c. remove the 2 turbochargers and turbine outlet elbow assembly
d . remove the 2 gaskets.

31. REMOVE THE NO.1 VACUUM PIPE FROM NO.2 TURBOCHARGER

32. REMOVE NO.2 AIR TURBO AND NO.3 WATER BYPASS PIPE ASSEMBLY FROM NO.2 TURBOCHARGER

33. REMOVE EXHAUST MANIFOLD PLATE FROM TURBINE OUTLET ELBOW

34. REMOVE NO.2 TURBO WATER PIPE FROM NO.2 TURBOCHARGER

35. REMOVE BEARING HOUSING SIDE PLATE FROM NO.1 TURBOCHARGER

36. REMOVE NO.1 TURBO WATER PIPE FROM NO.1 TURBOCHARGER.

37. REMOVE BEARING HOUSING SIDE PLATE FROM NO.2 TURBOCHARGER.

38. REMOVE NO.1 TURBOCHARGER FROM TURBINE OUTLET ELBOW

39. REMOVE NO.2 TURBOCHARGER FROM TURBINE OUTLET ELBOW

I hope this helps whoever needed the help yesterday. I have a lot of pictures but I don't have a scanner to scan them. Good luck!
 

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I just took mine out.You don't have to remove the #2 turbo intake elbow,the screw are a bitch to take off.Plus it a a good holder to lift the whole assembly out.

you don't need to seperate the two turbos.


The hardest thing to get off is the top bolt on the exhaust gas control valve.I use two 3/8 drive flex joint,works great.I think a crowsfoot wrench would work.
In all It took me about 6hrs.
 

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jaynite said:
holyshit.. just reading that list makes me not want to do it..lol.jay
Its not so bad, just had to list lots of details in case the person removing the stock twins doesn't know much about them :)
 

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sentrix thanks for posting this u really tought me alot.:cool: . Hopefully I can get my car soon:)

-Shant;)
 
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