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Old 05-16-2011, 07:28 PM   #161
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Inglar, what you are doing is AWE-SOME!!!!

I love it!
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Old 05-16-2011, 07:43 PM   #163
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Old 05-16-2011, 07:43 PM   #164
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Donīt have mutch choise. If I do anything wrong or half way I wil not stop hearing about it from the other guys in the garage. Will be a shitload of bullying. Thats just the way it is hehe




And just have to add some photos of my welderīs car. IT may not be a MX-5 but itīs still a Mazda. Itīs a great looking RX7. Allmost everything is home made from the alternator brackets to the power steering fluid tank.

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Donīt think he will be having any problems with oil temperature hehe

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^^^OMG........love!

love the RAD hoses! or not hoses i mean
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You've got either too much time or too much money if your BOV line is an -AN stainless steel line. But damn.
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You've got either too much time or too much money if your BOV line is an -AN stainless steel line. But damn.
High boost+bov signal line gone missing = compressor wheel stress test

Inglar can you please post a link to your vangen clamp-alikes?
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Old 05-17-2011, 01:45 AM   #168
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You've got either too much time or too much money if your BOV line is an -AN stainless steel line. But damn.
He made the BOV him self, so why not make it with a an bung
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High boost+bov signal line gone missing = compressor wheel stress test

Inglar can you please post a link to your vangen clamp-alikes?
There is several on e-bay but I use this guy: http://stores.ebay.com/qsportonline
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Old 05-19-2011, 03:23 AM   #171
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A new afternoon is over and the IC-piping is done (just have to paint it)

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Extremely nice work as usual. Your boyfriend sure knows his stuff when it comes to TIG and metal works.
Will your china wiggins flex enough to cope with the engine moving during shifts? Looks kind of solid.

I really like the relocation of the radiator. Lots of space in front of the engine for evacuating air trough a bonnet vent if needed.
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Yup, those pipes are going to crack, unless he has solid motor mounts
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Extremely nice work as usual. Your boyfriend sure knows his stuff when it comes to TIG and metal works.
Will your china wiggins flex enough to cope with the engine moving during shifts? Looks kind of solid.

I really like the relocation of the radiator. Lots of space in front of the engine for evacuating air trough a bonnet vent if needed.
Ooooh, you jealous about Einar hehe

The pipes will not crack. The Wiggins have a lot of flex. Weld one side all the way in and the other side all the way out. That way they wil flex enough.
They do look very solid, but if you take a trip out tomorow you can check it out. If I can get a hold of a camera I can try to film the flex.
The relocation was made beqause of the power steering pump placement. But it is nice to have some space to future plans.
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There is several on e-bay but I use this guy: http://stores.ebay.com/qsportonline
Forgot to mention. If you buy the Pegasus Clamps you need the o-rings from Adel Wiggins clamps. The ones from Pegasus is about 2,5mm and the Adel ones are 3,2.

You can get the o-rings here: http://www.proracestore.com/index.ph...sort=3a&page=2
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Another small issue with some parts. Bought the Racer High Flow Oil Pump from Boundary. they must have used a old pump to make the mold. Need to trim it down and make threads for the crank sensor. Not a big issue but rather iritating when the pump is installed :(
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And just have to add some photos of my welderīs car. IT may not be a MX-5 but itīs still a Mazda. Itīs a great looking RX7. Allmost everything is home made from the alternator brackets to the power steering fluid tank.

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is there any build thread of his RX-7 on clubRX?, I wanna show it to my RX7 buddy,
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is there any build thread of his RX-7 on clubRX?, I wanna show it to my RX7 buddy,
Nope. Nothing more on this car. He is not quite done with the interior yet either. Donīt know if there will ever be a build thread.
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Ok thanks, awesome project by the way!
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