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12 hours ago

R2 Automotive

Another Honda day here 😁
- S2000 for oil change
- EP3 for Undersealing and the other EP3 for some Hardrace upgrades, rack slider and tyres 😎😎
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Another Honda day here 😁
- S2000 for oil change
- EP3 for Undersealing and the other EP3 for some Hardrace upgrades, rack slider and tyres 😎😎

 

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Have a proper day tomorrow No hondas allowed🀭

6 days ago

R2 Automotive

When customers phone up saying their car is broken and are on their way, then turns up with this!!! 😍😍 Big thank you to Graham Bendall and ZoΓ« Leuchars for Richards Birthday donuts, he is in food coma right now πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ ... See MoreSee Less

When customers phone up saying their car is broken and are on their way, then turns up with this!!! 😍😍 Big thank you to Graham Bendall and ZoΓ« Leuchars for Richards Birthday donuts, he is in food coma right now πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

 

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wishing id popped in today now🀣

1 week ago

R2 Automotive

BMW 520D SWIRL FLAPS.........???

With many modern day direct injection engines, it is very common for carbon build up to accumulate in the inlet manifold & cylinder head ports.

Due to the EGR recirculating the exhaust gases back into the inlet to reduce the emissions, soot particles are also entering the inlet and with the engine breather system the oil vapours cling onto the inlet manifold allowing this soot to accumulate.

Over a period of time, the carbon build up becomes excessive causing restrictions to air flow and also causing resistance to the swirl flaps & its actuator. This results in failure of the swirl flaps which can cause catastrophic engine failure on certain engines.

In this FYI, we show a BMW inlet manifold that was subject to the carbon build up in which the swirl flaps & actuator had failed excessively causing a boost leak from the actuator side and also becoming disconnected.
Lucky enough for the client it was diagnosed & repaired straight away. If left any longer the swirl flaps could have broken and entered the inlet.

Repair carried out was to replace the inlet with a new Genuine BMW part!

"Own a BMW?... LOOK NO FURTHER!!!..........Here at R2 Automotive we have the tools to maintain & repair your BMW to manufacturers specification and with "ALL" BMW servicing we update onto the BMW online service history."

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Presuming this is a derivative of the infamous N47 lump πŸ˜‚.

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