Ya, well, i appreciate the fact that you were polite and not a d*** about this subject , but on the same subject , it was a nice way of calling me lazy when i have actually spent hours looking through the forced induction forum area, many MANY hours of scouring the internet for a better understanding of basic and gradually more advanced subjects on operation and customization of forced induction systems and many more hours searching for videos of turbocharged vehicles including the mx6s. I have also taken apart a few of the turbos that are laying around at my house and have a good understanding how they work and what modifications needto be done. What i dont understand, is what is wrong with friendly assistance from more experienced people who have been in the situation and done it before, so people like you, pigeon and i , and other people like us, so we can cut down on time, mistakes and money. All of those thongs are costly and frustrating which could be relieved by help from veterans. Now that being said, learning from mistakes is costly, but invokes better understanding what to do next time. So while i agree theres nothing like self-taught experience, theres nothing wrong with assistance from your fellow member.