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Old 12-01-2008, 10:36 AM   #61
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yeah, I didn't drain the coolant when i lifted the IM out. It poured into the runners out of the cavity and when I tilted it when removing I poured a bunch into the head.
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Old 12-09-2008, 01:36 PM   #62
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That sucks. Just give up turboing your car and part it out. That's what leatherface24 is doing



Looks great Brain! Im itching to see Bell finish and sell these
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Old 12-09-2008, 01:45 PM   #63
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I know a certain someone who just sent a 70mm TB to BEGi for use on their first 1.6L one sold.
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Old 12-22-2008, 07:02 PM   #64
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yay, my FPR with fuel rail adapter came early....now I need a day warmer than 15F out.



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For gods sake go install it. Put on a damn coat and some gloves and man up!
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Yea right man, I was out in the cold slugging it out trying to do a Honda motor swap yesterday. I feel his pain in this less then 20* weather, my hands were frozen in the ratchet position for a solid 20 mins after a good round of heavy wrenching.
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I was outside all weekend rebuilding a shortblock for my crx. Thats 2 days in a row for about 10hrs each day. I'm not the one you wanna cry to, I just happen to actually have *****.
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Old 12-22-2008, 09:09 PM   #68
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For gods sake go install it. Put on a damn coat and some gloves and man up!
It's like you dont know me.

I promise, one day between Dec 26th & Jan 4th, it will be installed and dynoed.
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Old 12-22-2008, 11:36 PM   #69
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I was outside all weekend rebuilding a shortblock for my crx. Thats 2 days in a row for about 10hrs each day. I'm not the one you wanna cry to, I just happen to actually have *****.
It took you 2 days to rebuild and swap a four cylinder? You have to go dig the iron out of the ground and pour your own rings?? Better take a nut count, thats just unreasonable.

I want to see the dyno's on this, your runner length is abbboouuuttt what mine is. You can do alot of theoretical, but real world is what counts.
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I had to make too many damn trips to the parts store for **** like brake cleaner. I'm sure you can feel my pain in part store trip eating time. It took me an hour ******* with a razor scraper trying to get the old HG off before I remembered that I have an angle grinder. So I went and picked up a fine grit 3m brillow pad disc and it took me all of 2 min to get it off. Go figure...

Anyways, I'm just ******* with Scott like I always do. I figure with enough prodding he will go put the parts on his car and spend more time driving it and less time messaging me on google talk with messages like "I NEED BOOOOOOOOOSTT!!!!!!1111oneone". I'm helping him help himself.
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that manifold is very very pretty, i envy u
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Old 12-23-2008, 10:04 AM   #72
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Ok, when I get to the point I need to see more than 200rwtq, I am DEFINITELY doing this.
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and less time messaging me on google talk with messages like "I NEED BOOOOOOOOOSTT!!!!!!1111oneone". I'm helping him help himself.

I do that a lot don't I?
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Whats the new FPR for?
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you should read!
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I'll more than likely buy a new FPR just because I'll be able to raise my fuel pressure up a tad, I saw 85% DC with my 460s at 232rwhp, if i run 60psi that give me a little wiggle room.

Here you go Sam.
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Here you go Sam.

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I need to get a new FPR. Plenum needs to be an extra .25" outward. I'll get an adapter, run a hose to a new FPR...easy fix.
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you should read!
If I did that, then what would I need you for?

Thanks for finding it though, I swear I looked.
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Updates?
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yeah. in spring when scott's not afraid to go outside.
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