Take your car to jimbote in Sanford and have him check it out. If it needs a turbo, buy a new turbo for about $900 and have jimbote
install it. Used turbos are a gamble unless you know the seller or know how to check the condition yourself.
My original battery died after seven years so I replaced it with OEM from the dealer. I just replaced that battery, it wouldn't hold a charge, actually it would not even take a charge and was only three years old. Now I'm running a Walmart battery. So in my experience, OEM gets a thumbs down.
Would anyone have an oil extractor that I could use at this GTG? Mine got lost when we moved to NC and my oil drain plug has been sealed to keep it from leaking (threads are almost gone). I also would like it if some of the experts there could help me figure out my turbo lag problem.
My car also dances a little under hard acceleration since the Peloquin install. I think that it is caused by the differences in the road surface which causes the differential to switch power from side to side as it searches for traction. At first it was unnerving:eek: but now I expect it to...