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#82: 05-15-2013, 10:14 PM
 
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Originally Posted by caramall2 View Post
Might be some issues with doing this but I tried it anyways...

Bought a $35 fog machine (water-based), made a foam gasket to go between machine and any inlet (like the air intake side of the turbo inlet pipe), pressed it up against the inlet, turned it on, and the fog came out the leak. It's basically a smoke machine for $35 versus $800 ;-) It does leave some moisture residue so just wipe it up and let it dry a little after. I had no problems, but use at your own risk.
Where was your leak?