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Old 07-05-2015, 09:58 PM   #4495
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Remove the dipstick.
When you remove the dipstick, it doesn't leak oil ever where does it...? Silly question, I know.
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Old 07-05-2015, 10:23 PM   #4496
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When you remove the dipstick, it doesn't leak oil ever where does it...? Silly question, I know.
Nope shouldn't leak at all.

The only silly questions here are Turbo vs Supercharger? and EL vs UEL?
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Old 07-05-2015, 11:14 PM   #4497
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Nope shouldn't leak at all.

The only silly questions here are Turbo vs Supercharger? and EL vs UEL?
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But... which is better, EL or UEL? hahaha
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But... which is better, EL or UEL? hahaha
Neither, running open exhaust ports offers the least restriction and thus the most power as shown on the following graph.
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curious noob question. catted = carb legal?

is there a catted version?

will it work with Works stage 2 Carb Compliant kit?

is there a DIY TO install or what parts will have to be altered?

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No catted version that I can see on the site. It should work with the Works kit as the kit bolts to the stock header and the Nameless' header can be bolted on the stock exhaust. They include the install instructions. Unbolt stock header and bolt new header on moving 1 fan wire in the process.

I doubt you will be carb compliant using a header without a cat. I could be wrong, no experience with carb compliance.
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1) curious noob question. catted = carb legal?

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2) will it work with Works stage 2 Carb Compliant kit?

3) is there a DIY TO install or what parts will have to be altered?
1) There are no CARB-compliant headers for this car. Per federal law, removing any functioning piece of emissions equipment is illegal. Since there is a cat in the stock header, replacing it (even with another cat) is illegal and therefore cannot be CARB compliant. People still do it, but you run the risk of a citation or whatever the crazy california authorities do.

2) Probably yes, but as I said above, it won't be CARB compliant.

3) I'm not intimately familiar with the works turbos, but my understanding is they can work with any header (except the ACE 4-2-1). No modifications to the header should be required. I'm sure there are DIY guides somewhere on the forum for header installation.
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will it work with Works stage 2 Carb Compliant kit?
I'm not entirely sure why you'd want it to? A turbo really wants the shortest port to exhaust length as possible, this is the opposite.
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Just wanna pop in and mention how happy I am with mine. I've had it on for over a year now, used for about 8-10 track days. The huge boost in mid range power is very usefull for drifting. Sounds great too. Turned torque dip into torque mountain. Here's a couple clips from most recent drift day (last week).

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http://youtu.be/PkLwGSw7iXI

Supporting mods are Nameless 3" downpipe and Nameless Test Pipe (stock midpipe). Tuned w/ Ecutek on E85.

Also, this is in Colorado, elevation is at 5400ft. Had a chance to drive it in Texas last year and it hauled ass
holy crap! Really love the POV videos!
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Goodmorning everyone,
I searched whit internet but found little.

Does anyone have a link to a video where I can feel the sound of the collectors Nameless 4-2-1 EL (without waste too loud)?

I wanted to take HKS UEL, but it happened to me a good price for Nameless.
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