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Old 9th April 2017, 11:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Noise when accelerating

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I already update my gtr, and I get a doubt, I have a noise in acceleration as if I were losing a manifold, but everything is well pretense, can be the cones of the admission?
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Can you try to describe the noise a bit better or have a mate record the sound while you drive and then post it up? It may help people diagnose what it may be or if it's just one of the multitude of sounds that a GTR makes.
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Can you try to describe the noise a bit better or have a mate record the sound while you drive and then post it up? It may help people diagnose what it may be or if it's just one of the multitude of sounds that a GTR makes.

When you demand a lot of power from below when the turbo blows to more than 0.6 until 1.3 sounds as if it lost by the collector, to see if it could make video, but instead if you accelerate more progressive it does not, I want to think that it is the Cone of admission for the demand of flow.
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I like cones of admission, that's very good!

Sounds like you have a stage 3 or 4? What cones of admission do you have, and what pipes of exit do you have?
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I like cones of admission, that's very good!

Sounds like you have a stage 3 or 4? What cones of admission do you have, and what pipes of exit do you have?
I would suspect our OP is from a land far,far away and is using his google translator
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