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Old 04-08-2011, 10:59 PM   #101
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Hehe I know. But Iīll give it a try. If it doesnīt go well Iīll just order a new one with the oil seals
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lol yah that's right! USA! USA! USA! We're all americans here! Except for the Mexicans and Canadians.

Oh I'll stop.


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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.
My point was that we're getting called Swedes and Finns, and you're about as Mexican and Canadian as we are Swedes and Finns
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You Danish people sure knows how to weld!
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Watch it arildh, these Swiss don't have much of a sense of humor about such things.
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I was not aware that you guys actually knew us norwads got our panties such in a bunch when wrongfully called sweedes. Especially when called so by ignorant US americans and such...

Anyway...

Let us know how your luck is with the whole 3.63 swap and especially what you end up doing with the pinion spacer. If you have to correct it when replacing pinion bearing or if you`re able to get proper engagement on the ring gear with the original spacer. And offcourse any other hints that`s nice to know before I start the install myself. (Just waiting on new seals and bearings)
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Old 04-11-2011, 09:17 AM   #106
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Will probably get the bearing changed tomorrow. Then Iīll try it out with some help from hf-mx5t. Just have to wait for some new oil seals.
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I was just joking around. From what I've read, Norway seems like a great place to live.

You guys also build a high percentage of nice cars so you win.
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WTF?????

Fuel rail and injectors from 949. Everything should be bolt on. But no:(

Anyone have any clues? Just use washers with the spacers to get the distance right?

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WTF?????

Fuel rail and injectors from 949. Everything should be bolt on. But no:(

Anyone have any clues? Just use washers with the spacers to get the distance right?
When you get that sorted, please post the solution.
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Will do. Going out to the garage again today to try some more. Moistened the o-rings before I put on the cap but maybe I didnīt dare press hard enough.
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Looks like the cup on the fuel injector hasn't fully seated on pic #1. Maybe you've been sent the wrong cups?
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Looks like the cup on the fuel injector hasn't fully seated on pic #1. Maybe you've been sent the wrong cups?
The cup on the first picture is not all the way down. But when I try and mount everything on I press the cup a bit further on. I will try to push it on a bit further later today and see if that helps. I donīt see how the cup can be wrong it goes rigt in the fuel rail and fits perfect on the injectors.
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WTF?????

Fuel rail and injectors from 949. Everything should be bolt on. But no:(

Anyone have any clues? Just use washers with the spacers to get the distance right?
That should easily be fixed with that lube you Icelandic boys are so fond of.
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The cup on the first picture is not all the way down. But when I try and mount everything on I press the cup a bit further on. I will try to push it on a bit further later today and see if that helps. I donīt see how the cup can be wrong it goes rigt in the fuel rail and fits perfect on the injectors.
If the height is wrong then it will fit but won't seat properly. There are several cup heights for the EV14 depending on the application.
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Old 04-14-2011, 04:36 AM   #115
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Will take some meassurements today. Had an acute case of manperiod:( yesterday so I didnīt get mutch done. Sucks when things donīt go the way it is supposed to do.
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Here is a comparison of my MSM injectors and ID1000 for reference.
They look a bit longer but fit without problems with the OEM MSM fuel rail and plastic spacers.



More pics here:
http://www.mazdaspeedy.com/2010/08/i...cs-1000cc.html
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Looks like I didnt push the cups on hard enough. Did you push the cups ower the plastic on the injectors or are ther a bitt loose?
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Sparc plug wires arrived yesterday

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Started on something new as well. Guess what

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Black and stealthy

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Both of these fit the stock fuel rail as-is? How?

And what is that you are making??? Some sort of frame rail or diff brace?
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