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Old 04-03-2011, 08:30 PM   #81
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You swedes build nice cars.
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You swedes build nice cars.
Swing and a miss!
If we're Swedes, you're Mexican.

Looking forward to peeking at this baby when the weekend arrives, and thank you a million for the ride on friday night
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I must correct you. We are from Norway
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Not every picture I post here is of things that looks like mutch, but I hope you bare with me. It is a nice way for me to have a documentation of most of the work I have done. Really apresiating all the feedback Iīm getting dinīt get very mutch done this weekend, some major set back on the ecu-box. Have to redo the whole thing. Luckily for me I have buddies helping me with ideas when Iīm "brainstuck". Forgot some pictures of the radiator brackets. But the radiator will not go anywhere if I donīt crash the car (bank i bordet).
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Not every picture I post here is of things that looks like mutch, but I hope you bare with me. It is a nice way for me to have a documentation of most of the work I have done. Really apresiating all the feedback Iīm getting dinīt get very mutch done this weekend, some major set back on the ecu-box. Have to redo the whole thing. Luckily for me I have buddies helping me with ideas when Iīm "brainstuck". Forgot some pictures of the radiator brackets. But the radiator will not go anywhere if I donīt crash the car (bank i bordet).
Aka "Knock on wood".
If you don't knock in the correct language, you probably jinx it even more
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Hehe. Thanks
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Forgot a picture of the lower brackets for the radiator. It is defenatly not going anywhere now.

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Air filter box painted and added some cool it mat. Welded on a ring for the air filter and a wiggins flange for the turbo inlet. Bolted the filter to the inner fender as well.

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New diff. Hopefully Iīll get it mounted this weekend.

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Finally done with the all the brake lines with braded all arround.

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Holy ******* lower radiator bracket sickness. You Finns sure know how to weld.
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Holy ******* lower radiator bracket sickness. You Finns sure know how to weld.
ROFL! Certainly not like the brackets the Danish make for their Ikea?
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Wait I thought you were Ze Germanz
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Nothing is sweeter then Mexicans and Canadians giving us credit, Inglar.
Gotta love it
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wait what? you mean Norwegian.

But sure, we can weld too...
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Gotta love it
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wait what? you mean norwegian.

But sure, we can weld too...
That's the joke.
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Gotta love it
lol yah that's right! USA! USA! USA! We're all americans here! Except for the Mexicans and Canadians.

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What r&p are you going to use with the OGK diff? Also please let me know if there are any gotchas when installing it- I am considering getting one.
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We are all international motherbitches.

Bought the 3.6 r&p from Miataroadster. Gonna bolt that on later today. Only thing I have encountered so far is the bearings. Either you take it to a workshop and get them pulled off or you buy new ones. I went to a Mazda dealer earlier today and got them moved on to the OSGiken. Will put iit in the casing and ask a friend of mine (hf-mx5t) to do the measurements and fine tuning (he has a micromeeter). After that it goes back under the car. No big issues as far as I can see.
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most of us are mexicans.
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Well. The ring bolted on nicely, but didnīt have good enough tools to get the pinion bearing off, and I managed to forget it in the garage :( retreiving it tomorrow and taking a trip to a buddy later today. Hopefully he has some better suited tools for the job. And Forgot to order the oil seals :( but there are other things to do on the car hehe
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the new pinion bearing isn't terribly expensive and impossible to mess up removing it from its box (unlike removing one from a pinion shaft)
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