there's an o ring in there. the screw will back out without any issues, but the thing can be pretty tough to get out...maybe loosen it as far as it will go then compress the air so it pops out?
Yeah, sorry, I must have just missed you. I read that thread again, and nobody seemed to be addressing the idle screw so I figured I'd post it in the tech section where questions get answered. I was just posting up for the night so I might have an answer by morning.Chicago_DSM said:lol, a whole different thread for this..
UGH!BTW: I have heard that replacing and finding that o-ring is a beeootch
slowboy is ripping you off if your getting that screw from them cause the dealer only charges $1.30 for the BISS Screw and $3.07 for the O-Ring.AXiS said:BISS screws, o-rings, and caps are available at slowboy - http://www.slowboyracing.com/shop.php?sid=&cat=1065
Thanks man, I was just about to order them today too. I'll stop by the dealer.Stephan said:slowboy is ripping you off if your getting that screw from them cause the dealer only charges $1.30 for the BISS Screw and $3.07 for the O-Ring.
BISS Screw - MD614948
BISS O-Ring - MD608806
i paid $4.69 with tax for both of them.
not a problem...here if you need the cap..Orange Crush said:Thanks man, I was just about to order them today too. I'll stop by the dealer.
pUtInExIm said:lol I know that its not much of a difference but you can get them cheaper than that from Columbia Mitsubishi. You may also try jnztuning.com ( greenstreak) for the same price, however thier web site does not appear to be working. Make sure when you call Columbia Mitsu you ask to speak to Anday and ask for the club dsm price
BISS MD614948 0.99
BISS O-Ring MD608806 2.19