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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-05-2008, 08:24 PM Thread Starter
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removing the supercharger

whats the best way to take that thing off cause when i changed the pulled i broke the stud off in the center of the sc rod. i cant get it out without taking the whole sc off. unless theres a ninja way. i dont wanna just go into surgury without some advice..
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Oh man that is so easy to take the sc off... its 4 6mm allen head bolts holding it on. all you have to do is unhook the lines and then loosen the bolts and take her off.

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thanks man. i just didnt want to mess anything up taking those off.
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nah, very hard to mess anything up, just be careful to not mess up the metal/rubber gasket between the sc and intake.

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