Check the plugs they may be fouled from being too cold
The ko4 doesn't have a loud whistle compared to some of the bigger turbos out there
Intake with a metal tip is going to make another difference in turbo noise
Agree with the pain of removing a downpipe I would only want to do it once. Wait until you can get the downpipe you want and pay for the touch up tune
They didn't make a speed in 03
I think so but I'm not certain how that all goes together as I have never had the struts off of my car
Yes you can adjust the front camber. There is limited range in the stock suspension so if it's outside of spec you may have damage to the front...
Is the steering ratio really low on that car? Seems like your shuffling your hands a ton on corners that don't seem that tight?
My bad I was looking on my phone while on the shitter at work and thought the frame rail was the valve cover post updated
I would add a triangular brace between the valve cover and the top bend. That's a pretty long unsupported piece for sheet metal it could fatigue...
I think it should still idle
The three port definitely works differently than the stock ebcs so you do need a time for that. The s2 also will push more air than stock. Not...
did you change the intake size with the swap? do you have a basemap for the new turbo and ebcs flashed to the exu?
Your also getting to the limit of the stock injectors so there is probably a little saftey factor there as well
Looks like your giving up some grip in the back there
Stop sleeping pussy
Does your battery have a good charge? A weak battery can cause all kinds of weird idle issues
Check for vacuum leaks
Don't run the Cobb ots maps
Who tuned you?
i think its the pivot shaft seal @Mauro_Penguin
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