Lets talk about the 27WON W2

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Where might one find these titanium studs you speak of?
For the 27WON W1 the thread pitch was different from the OE/Rampage Fab studs (m10x1.25). I had the Rampage Ti studs for a Si turbo I was using and wasn't able to reuse them on my W1, had to get m10x1.5 Titanium studs off ebay for a Toyota.
 

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I’m dumb but aren’t these two different threads?
Will the K20 bolts work on the L15?
I know you’re saying they are the same but they are $60, so I wanna be correct.
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That size worked for my rv6 turbo, I can't confirm for the w1 or 2. May want to check on that.

The 31 on the hondaparts is more than likely the length since there is no 31 pitch.
 

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Ok
I’m game!
Thanks for the help
No problem, you won't regret it. I removed my downpipe to wrap it after being installed on the rv6 turbo for close to a year, the titanium nuts broke free and I spun them off with a finger, no struggle and no broken studs!
 


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No problem, you won't regret it. I removed my downpipe to wrap it after being installed on the rv6 turbo for close to a year, the titanium nuts broke free and I spun them off with a finger, no struggle and no broken studs!
Grabbing a set myself. Thanks for the tip, bruv! 🙏🏽😁🤙🏽
 

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No problem, you won't regret it. I removed my downpipe to wrap it after being installed on the rv6 turbo for close to a year, the titanium nuts broke free and I spun them off with a finger, no struggle and no broken studs!
Just ordered them! Thanks again for the suggestion
 

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The downpipe is the issue when it comes to smog. It’s a hit or miss if it throws a code. I heard full race catted downpipe doesn’t throw a code. But I’m still trying to find a solution.
It won't pass visual, though.
 

 
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