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Old 05-26-2016, 10:41 AM   #1381
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Switch to the ms3 tach out and save js11 for the knock sensor
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Well crap. I thought you were on MS2 for some reason. :(

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Old 05-26-2016, 10:56 AM   #1383
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Its because he didn't buy the ms3x. So he had to build all the circuits.
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Old 05-26-2016, 10:57 AM   #1384
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That's the plan
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You're welcome bby
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Old 05-30-2016, 01:42 PM   #1386
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Im as sick of this as everyone else.

I think im going to buy the cheapest **** ebay ones I can find, pack them with good grease, and hope they last until Cord's hubs are available.

Any better ideas?
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Old 05-30-2016, 02:42 PM   #1387
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Amsoil and a pair of detroit axle hubs ordered.
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Old 05-30-2016, 03:47 PM   #1388
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Amsoil and a pair of detroit axle hubs ordered.
I couldn't get pennies or washer between the inner and outer races on my detroit axle hubs. You may need to make something to fit in there. I still need to pull mine off and re-pack it... That said, it has held up to a couple autocrosses with RE-71R's and an hour on track with 300tw Yoko S. Drives so far with the grease it came with.
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Old 05-30-2016, 04:01 PM   #1389
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Im certain all of the Chinese hubs will be in the same league. I got 3 track days and about 1k street with this hub, which is a "dura- international".

The pass side is the timken I installed about 15 track days ago and 3 or 4 k street miles. Although i think that one is just starting to loosen up. Ill repack it and keep it as a track spare.
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Old 09-10-2016, 08:31 PM   #1390
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I repacked the hubs with amsoil dominator and installed them. I'll try to repack every few months during track season and see how they last. I also had to replace the battery, which was from October of 2009!


Getting rid of the decomposing, adhesive saturated, large diameter stock wheel.



I had to modify the HF puller




All of the tabs are broken on the hood.


All of them.



My sweetheart got me this.



And I finally installed this. And removed the airbag lamp.





More to come when its not so hot outside.
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Old 09-11-2016, 01:29 AM   #1391
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So... January?
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Ummm, December.... dick.
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lol steering wheel puller? You dont need that ****, it just comes off.
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I've yanked a clock spring in half going about it the leafy way before. Sure was fun to repack.
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Thats why you leave the nut on it.
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lol wut? you take the nut off and work the wheel back and forth a few times and it pops right off.
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Was a brand new Pontiac g5, I was trying to swap a leather wheel with radio buttons from a corvette or something because they're the same cause GM. Wheel nuts are short, not many extra threads. Lots and lots of rocking and a last ditch effort pull got it, and the clock spring.

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lol wut? you take the nut off and work the wheel back and forth a few times and it pops right off.
Um, no. Steering wheels are a taper fit in addition to a spline. Do you just wiggle a drill chuck arbor off? or a ball joint stud? It was on so hard, I thought I was going to break the puller; and when it finally broke, it released so violently, it make a loud crack sound and I **** my pants. If it just wiggled off, I wouldn't have gone through all that trouble. You sirs, have a worn out steering stems/wheel taper, or previous fukery.
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. Do you just wiggle a drill chuck arbor off? or a ball joint stud?
Umm, what? Is that not how they work?
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