Right well after braking down on thurdays at 12.30pm i just left the car and walked home. Got up early on friday to go and toe it home with my van and the battery on the van was flat, had to bump it then off we set, the tow rope snape and had to push it on my own but i did get it home in the end. Still had to go to work though.
Did a compression test this morning and i got the following
Cylinder 1 = Just spiked 125-0, 125-0, 125-0 as i turned it over. (which is wierd)
Cylinder 2 = 20psi
Cylinder 3 = 125psi (which is what it should be)
Cylinder 4 = 0
So thought ive done at least 1 piston and a valve, or gasket. Well after some painfull hours of taking the turbo off and then the inlet and then finally the head i found the following you might want to sit down before looking at these :-
Did everyone see the amount of metal there was knocking around, it was everywhere all in my inlet and turbo manifold, across all 4 cylinders the lot. now my next biggest concern (after another block, head and 2 pistons) is weather its damaged my brand new hybrid. The last 2 pics are of the turbo the first one which is not that clear cause its was getting dark is of the turbine wheel now and the last pic is what it looked like new.
Do you think it has had any damage it still spins freely and there is minimal play in the shaft side to side, no movement in or out. Should i just re use the turbo or send it back to Owen developments to be checked out in case it is broken.
Just what i needed 2 days before xmas, ive got to drive 200 miles on xmas day to see my mum in my transit now. What would of caused this sort of damage. im thinking fueling issues.