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    Default Rotor coating

    So while changing my coupler today I seen this, do I need to get a new blower? Or at least a new rotor pack??

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    Default Re: Rotor coating

    That's pretty common among older higher milage blowers.

    I bet it's less than 1-1.5 psi max if you had a good coating of teflon left. It should still be making like 6-ish psi still.

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    Yes I see 6.5 to 7psi now that i replaced the coupler, What's higher milage? My car is barley over 130k.

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    I bet you could swap a brand new blower on and notice no difference in boost pressure.

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    Default Re: Rotor coating

    Quote Originally Posted by GTPpower View Post
    I bet you could swap a brand new blower on and notice no difference in boost pressure.
    Ok thanks, that's all I really wanted to know, the last few times I have done couplers the rotors where completely coated so I have never seen them like this I got a little worried.

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