Pawinn & Eli at IgnitionTube show the install procedure for Condor Speed Shop control arm bushings, engine & trans mounts in their boosted e36. Afterwards they give their opinion on the parts while on a test drive.
1. Remove your power steering system. This includes the belt, pump, lines, and reservoir. You may need to raise the motor to access the 2 banjo bolts.
2. Turn your rack full lock from one side to the other side 3-4 times. This removes unnecessary fluid.
3. Slide 1 washer onto the smaller banjo bolt. Slide the delete onto the smaller banjo bolt. Now slide 1 washer onto the same smaller banjo bolt. Your delete should be sandwiched between 2 washers on the smaller banjo bolt.
4. Slide 2 washers onto the larger banjo bolt. Slide the larger banjo bolt with the 2 washers onto the delete. Now slide 1 washer onto the larger banjo bolt.. Your delete should be sandwiched between 3 washers on the larger banjo bolt.
5. Install your delete onto your rack by tightening your banjo bolts.
* Please note, It is important to make sure you do not overtighten your delete. We repeat, do not crush the powersteering delete. When you are finished, your delete should be installed with the washers in the same placement as the photo below:
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Ive been putting this off for quite some time now. I've been wanting to make a write-up for the community. What we will be doing is installing a powersteering delete block in a 91 318IS. the 325 install is very similar.
Jack the car up and place it on jack stands. First thing you need to do is take the cap off you power steering reservoir.
Slide a container under the car
Remove this banjo bolt from the Compressor
remove the second bolt and let it drain.
While you're waiting for the fluid to drain, remove this 10 mm bolt
Take the nut off the bottom of your drivers side motor mount.
now we will be removing these 2 banjo bolts from the rack.
Jack up your motor from the oil pan 1/2 inch, and remove the first banjo bolt with a socket and extension.
Now remove the second one with an open end wrench.
You can pull the reservoir out now
Take a powersteering delete, and the existing o-rings, and slide them on the banjo bolts as shown.
Place your delete on the rack, and tighten the rear banjo bolt first.
now tighten the front banjo.
You can now lower the motor back into place, and tighten the motor mount.
Loosen both of these bolts to remove the compressor
compressor is out!
Delete is in!
You're DONE! that wasn't too hard was it?
Here is a pic of everything you should have pulled out.
I bagged it and weighed it. 9.0 lbs even.
You can buy a ps delete here: