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Yeah sensor tip should be close to the center to read accurately.
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New clutch is installed and the Sachs Xtend clutch is out. I hope it can handle the torque

Its now the technical changing D12235 with new dmf and new clutch.

to enginde code 5704555
dmf 55193589 / 2294 701 009
clutch kit 55190585 / 3000 951 342 (Sachs Xtend)

from engine code 5704555
dmf 55209116 / 2294 001 585
clutch kit 55216285 / 3000 951 371

I have installed it, in a car with lower engine code 5704555 and it works fine but you need to change dmf. Gearbox, release bearing, bolts is all the same.

And the new engine mount braket is great. Lower engine noise inside the car and lower vibrations.

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Good work as usual! But why not remove the excess sealant in the ports before it is dry? Because when you pull at dried sealant, chance exists that you pull it too much.

Also, if you want to make the entrance of the manifold best for flow, you should make a bush that fits in, to get rid of the former EGR mixing chamber.
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Joel, you are right. Its not all perfect for the flow but still better then stock. The best solution is too cut the flange and weld a tube on it (like you did it). But its not easy in germany. All parts the look not stock for the police are probably not allowed (or you have certificate for this parts). If the police have a suspicion, they can confiscate your car.

And yes, its a good pointer about the sealant but i will make a tightness test with water and air.
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Joel, you are right. Its not all perfect for the flow but still better then stock. The best solution is too cut the flange and weld a tube on it (like you did it). But its not easy in germany. All parts the look not stock for the police are probably not allowed (or you have certificate for this parts). If the police have a suspicion, they can confiscate your car.

And yes, its a good pointer about the sealant but i will make a tightness test with water and air.
About the Police, now in Turkey they have stock engine photos in their hands. If you do illegal swap which is now popular in Turkey, you'll lose your car. And get fee about it, maybe jail.
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Yeah, i found a solution too turn off the ESP in my stilo

I have installed a switch in the power line of the ESP sensor. The ESP and ASR is off but ABS is still available (thats what i want). I works great. After a restart of the car, all errors are gone and all is like before.

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New software for swirl actuator out and some new parts.

- new tripod, new joints and new bellows for the driveshafts
- test with new oil from ROWE (5W40)
- new link rods
- new sleeves for the front brakes

And studs with allen key head for the intake manifold. So it easy too remove it in the future.

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driveshafts refurbished. No more vibrations. Great feeling and really necessary!
I need to feel also, now My car has vibrator mode, but I'm waiting for new gearbox. After that I will change them.
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The differenc is unbelievable. It feels with the old driveshatfts, that is too much power for the car. In low revs was little vibrations and steering wheels shaking. @140kmph steering wheel shaking was most noticeable. All these things are completely gone. The cars feels relaxed with this torque. I never feel this before.
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I want to feel.
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Emre, its very cheap to refurbish the driveshafts. I've payed 109 Euro for the whole material for two driveshafts.

Today the new egt probe arrived. The old probe was with a connector directly at the end of the probe. So the connector was flooded by salt and water in the winter and my egt display show zero degrees. Now i use and egt probe (Typ K 3mm like the old probe) with a 2m cable. The connector is positioned in the battery box and safe from water.

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Emre, it's very cheap to refurbish the driveshafts. I've paid 109 Euro for the whole material for two driveshafts.
Now I'm going for F40 and full driveshaft change... also I will renew subframe. I have doubts about the frame was bended before. Because I did not see any one who has too much problem in the driveshafts as mine. So wish me luck.
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