Did you get it off yet? If not then the thing you are missing is the bottom bolt on the vris valve bracket. The VRIS valves are held on to the manifold via a braket. This braket has 2 bolts. one on the top and one on teh bottom. The top one is visible from the top of the engine. The second one is not visible. You pretty much have to feel your way around all of those hosed and wire harneses. Just stick your fingers down there and you will feel the bold. Remove it with the same size socked you used for the top one and you're done. The good thing is you don;t have to put it back when you're done. When i finally removed it, I chucked it halfway down my block for being a little biyach that held me back like 30 minutes...Joe_silver93 said:Why the **** won't my ****ing intake manifold come of!?!? I've pulled off just about every hose or vacume line under the hood and the damn thing WILL not come off! Will someone please help me??
Well i had one, but some how lost it showing it to friends and people at work. Before the unichip, the max bhp was 111 at 6500 rpm, after the unichip it was 117 bhp. I fitted a 57 mm free flow exhaust two weeks ago. Will have to have the unichip remapped to get the CO's right again and to really feel the effect of the free flow. Allready my fuel consumption went down. Got 12 km per litre with a reasonable bit of town driving. If u want, mail me at [email protected]ricdanger said:Hey Coenraad,
Hows the unichip? Do you have a before and after dyno?