We WILL get a video clip and not a picture of your 1st cranking of the engine, right?
That I promise. The engine placement wasn't all that exciting other than me cussing a lot and shaking the shit out of the engine and transmission until they slammed together. Then me cussing more at having no room to put the bolts in now. The end.We WILL get a video clip and not a picture of your 1st cranking of the engine, right?
I’d leave a GoPro recording from one angle and Livestreaming from IG in the phone from a more POV angle.So not only is there the video requests, now it has snorted a line and tweaked up to Livestream requests. That's asking a lot from me. I do not like pictures, recordings, or video of myself or my voice as it is. Dunno why, just always been that way.
Which platform would be best if I decide to do it? I know what it is, but have never done it so not familiar with all the set up. Instagram and YouTube are the only media I use. IG is easy enough with my phone but I would rather set up the GoPro to be the camera so I can move around more freely. Don't want to run both separate if I don't have to. Would the web version on a laptop connected to the GoPro work? The camera in the laptop is coming up on 5 years old and its had a post it note over the lens the entire time!
I’ve been thinking about this. The pressure from the turbo keeps the diverter closed, the vacuum side opens it. I don’t think a clog on the pressure side would have caused the diverter to be unable to open.Before I forget.....
When I pulled the black silicone hoses off the high boost 2mm brass T for the Turbo to Wastegate and DV solenoids, the port coming from the turbo was CLOGGED with black goo. If that was blocked during operation, it could also be a contributing factor to a failed WG or DV opening enough to dump boost.
Now it has 3mm hose and brass T in that place and I WILL be checking it for obstructions for a while!