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Thread: RX-7 Turbo Conversion: Status Update 2

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    Retired Admin Aaron Cake's Avatar
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    I'm not sure the skill required. I didn't really pay attention to the install. I woudl assume that you would need to be realativly familier with working with tools and the engine. Other than that, it should be a no brainer. Mustang people have the benifit of a good aftermarket with almost idiot proof kits. So it shouldn't be a big deal to install.

    Us RX-7 people have to do thngs like design turbo systems from scratch.
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    if you make it idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot

    idiotproof doesn't apply if they don't read the instructions or follow them. I now have a tech support job and this has become PAINFULLY obvious
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