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    Grab a resistor an put an LED on the 12v circuit for your pump - no more guess work as to whether the pump is getting power or not. if its a fuse on the pump, simply do the same thing, except access the pads for the fuse.


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    Quote Originally Posted by UrineMachine View Post
    Grab a resistor an put an LED on the 12v circuit for your pump - no more guess work as to whether the pump is getting power or not. if its a fuse on the pump, simply do the same thing, except access the pads for the fuse.
    Great idea. The only issue I see is it is possible for the pump to be getting power but not moving any fluid.
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    Bump for updated information on Bypass valve proper operation diagnosis...
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    what else, M3 ;)
    do you regret getting a TS johno?

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    sometimes. I regret having it installed incorectly, and service is an order of magnitude more complicated.

    If I could have all the money back, I'd take it.

    But I enjoy it a lot when everything is working.
    Johno
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    Link to instructions for adding an oil level sight glass to twin screw.

    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum....php?t=1017257

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    Just wanted to add this to my subscribed threads... I think my intake gasket went out again... Going to use the better one next time.


    I have not driven my TS pretty much since December when I got my New M coupe. Oh and it needs a Clutch, Brakes, and tires, rear shock mounts... better sussy... another reason it has just been parked

    The people running the smaller pulleys did you need to change out the belt size? Or does the tensioner take up enough of the slack?

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    Josh did not have me change the belt size,
    but it was based on my Eurosport underdrive pulley set.


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    Quote Originally Posted by milKT View Post
    Josh did not have me change the belt size,
    but it was based on my Eurosport underdrive pulley set.
    ok I have the UD pulley set as well.

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    The replacement (sturdier) intake gasket referenced
    in post #1 is the Schrick M52 manifold gasket?

    I ask because the link has moved.

    help


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    The replacement (sturdier) intake gasket referenced
    in post #1 is the Schrick M52 manifold gasket?
    Correct on Schrick. Not sure about M52. It is an intake manifold gasket for an e36 M3, and it costs about $24.

    It is much beefier.
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    thanks Johno for starting this write-up.
    my problem was a combination of a loose/broken resistor in the yellow wire for the maf AND a collapsing isc hose(both 1 and 6 in. hose) behind the TS unit as suggested by jmc(Joe).
    car is all good now-no cels or idle issues!
    thanks guys

    BTW: fixed the collapsing hose issue with 1/4 in. pvc pipe cut to length and shoved with in the hoses.....

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    Thanks. It's interesting to see the common ground on TS trouble as we do the long-term R&D testing for the manufacturers.

    Common problems seem to be:

    • Blown water pump fuses
    • Paper intake gasket
    • Fuel pressure regulation
    • Collapsing hose
    • Bypass valve failure
    • Potential-vanishing TS oil

    Did you use the same resistor or replace it?

    I need to find a source for that resistor to place in the original post.
    Johno
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    as far as catching the TS oil overflow, this is what I have come up with,

    http://www.steeda.com/products/steeda_oil_separator.php

    I was turned on to it by my neighbor who installed it on his 03 Cobra, it is a very small unit and looks like it will work great, I have yet to install it but it should do the trick nicely

    once I get it set up (in a month or so) I will take some pics and post them up
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoeMuny View Post
    as far as catching the TS oil overflow, this is what I have come up with,

    http://www.steeda.com/products/steeda_oil_separator.php

    I was turned on to it by my neighbor who installed it on his 03 Cobra, it is a very small unit and looks like it will work great, I have yet to install it but it should do the trick nicely

    once I get it set up (in a month or so) I will take some pics and post them up
    Unless you're planning to re-route the vented oil back into the compressor gearcase (which would be a desirable feature), it's not clear to me why you would need a separator as an oil catch-can.

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    right now the vent on the top of the EuroSport TS goes into the intake boot, I would like to stop the oil from dumping there, and at the same time you will be able to see how much blow-by the TS creates...
    but you could re-route it back to the TS case if you wanted
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoeMuny View Post
    right now the vent on the top of the EuroSport TS goes into the intake boot, I would like to stop the oil from dumping there, and at the same time you will be able to see how much blow-by the TS creates...
    but you could re-route it back to the TS case if you wanted
    OK.

    I've chosen to simply vent the case to the atmosphere and monitor oil level with the sight-glass assembly (link to instructions above in this thread).

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    Since I started using 20w50 i deleted my catch can with a return and I have not lost a drop I want too see what happens as the oil gets thin/old

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johno View Post
    Thanks. It's interesting to see the common ground on TS trouble as we do the long-term R&D testing for the manufacturers.

    hit that in the head.....seems we are all the test mules


    "Did you use the same resistor or replace it?"

    I need to find a source for that resistor to place in the original post.
    i had touble finding it locally.....
    the guy at radioshack suggested to me a temporary fix until i find the correct value resistor(i'm looking/calling around).
    he hooked up in series a 1.5k-ohm resistor and a 470 ohm resistor to come up close with the posted value of 1.91 k-ohm value of the original resistor.
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    JMC: You are simply running with the stock vent plug now?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmc View Post
    Since I started using 20w50 i deleted my catch can with a return and I have not lost a drop I want too see what happens as the oil gets thin/old

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    Quote Originally Posted by vr4boy View Post
    i had touble finding it locally.....
    the guy at radioshack suggested to me a temporary fix until i find the correct value resistor(i'm looking/calling around).
    he hooked up in series a 1.5k-ohm resistor and a 470 ohm resistor to come up close with the posted value of 1.91 k-ohm value of the original resistor.
    not exact but real close-there's a 5% +/- correction value.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by WK446 View Post
    JMC: You are simply running with the stock vent plug now?
    yes for a couple hundred miles now.
    Motor: Hurtig/AA custom 2.0l TS OBD2 AA tuned 444whp/384wtq SAE 470whp/400wtq STD
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    COOLING: Stewart WP, 78* thermostat, S54 radiator, Euro/S54 oil cooler, ES TS oil cooler adapter, M3 power steering cooler
    HANDLING: MR M CAR SF reinforcement, TCK D/A CO 450/500, TCK Camber Plates, Rogue RSM, Ireland SFB, Dinan STB. CCW classics, polished lip, brushed centers. P295/30/18 P245/35/18.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johno View Post
    Correct on Schrick. Not sure about M52. It is an intake manifold gasket for an e36 M3, and it costs about $24.

    It is much beefier.
    I used this gasket and it is certainly the way to go.
    2009 BMW 335i

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    update on the Eurosport Bypass Valve:

    The part itself is made by Magnuson products 805-642-8833
    http://www.magnusonproducts.com/

    part number is 45-01-31-764
    they call it an actuator the price is about $30 I think and it got to me in just a day or two
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    Thanks to everybody for all of the input on this thread.

    This is turning into a handy list of twin screw info...
    Johno
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