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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-30-05, 04:01 AM Thread Starter
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Hi all at CAPA
id like to say overall i was quite satisfied with service from capa namley toni rolo and justin ( hope i spelt the names rite) & super happy with the end resault of the install of a capa kit stage 2 V2-sq into my 5L ed Xr8 (OZE50) .

My final figurs were 312 rwhp /4500rpm 850nm/3600
I ended up going to a 4:1 disk im my fmu where as the one supplyed was a 8:1 disk , Id like to here if this is a 1 off . I wonder if the 8:1 works better on the later model , maby cause mine has the stock throtle boby & manifold , i dont realy no .

Will the seal in the housing break if u turn the housing if the v2 has been in use.
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Hi all at CAPA
id like to say overall i was quite satisfied with service from capa namley toni rolo and justin ( hope i spelt the names rite) & super happy with the end resault of the install of a capa kit stage 2 V2-sq into my 5L ed Xr8 (OZE50) .

My final figurs were 312 rwhp /4500rpm 850nm/3600
I ended up going to a 4:1 disk im my fmu where as the one supplyed was a 8:1 disk , Id like to here if this is a 1 off . I wonder if the 8:1 works better on the later model , maby cause mine has the stock throtle boby & manifold , i dont realy no .

Will the seal in the housing break if u turn the housing if the v2 has been in use.
Good to hear you are happy with the system.. they are a proven product and are an awesome system once fitted.. Good luck with the vehicle mate and let there be many good km's be spent behind the wheel

Not sure what you mean with the seal in the housing?? Do you mean if you need to re-position the outlet???
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Not sure what you mean with the seal in the housing?? Do you mean if you need to re-position the outlet???

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Not sure what you mean with the seal in the housing?? Do you mean if you need to re-position the outlet???

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When you re-position the housing.. I would remove housing completely and reposition, this would ensure nothing would be torn or pulled out of alignment.. Also once this is done physically turn the unit by hand to ensure impellor isn't touching housing..
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