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1995 Eagle Talon TSI AWD Head Removal

Here is another time lapse vid showing me removing the 7 bolt head from my 6 bolt engine in my 1995 Eagle Talon TSI AWD. I had to remove it this time because of a bent valve. I worked in the comfort of my garage this time instead of the driveway because it was probably 10° or 20° outside. The video does cut before i get the head off, and that is only because I was tired of changing batteries and SD cards in the camera. If you don't beleive I got the head off, just watch my previous head removal vid.


 


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