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Old 06-02-2008, 09:54 PM   #1
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Well been a member here since Nov. 06... Never "officially" greeted anyone, or asked for acceptance.. Well now I think its time, I have completed many tasks to my mariner blue much to the experience and recommendations of everyone on here. I was a wise one, when I learned about this forum, realized there is soo much information within, why ask questions, the search function works and I figured lots out just by the words of others. Thanks to everyone for getting me to where I am.. A DYNO trip is in short order. ( if my Rear dosen't grenade before then)

Over the past 2 years, Ive moved to NC> with a standard greddy kit.Now I am able to devote more time to the car, and the past 4 months have resulted in the most gains and grins. Engine pull. Re seal , clean. tranny, clutch. re route. add to lots of parts..DE NEWB ME... Hello to all-dsc01448.jpg Here is a picture of how she sits. Tell me what you all think. I know everyone has their own opinion. Just want to see what others are into.
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OH yea,, how in the hell do you add an avitar... or change the newb status under my username?..*newb question*
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Nice thread.

The newb will change after you post some more.
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damm clean car
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Old 06-04-2008, 12:20 PM   #4
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Looks good! Nice to hear you learned so much just by reading the many threads of information this site has to offer. I know whenever I have an issue, 9 chances out of 10 I will find it through search.

Make sure you update with some dyno numbers when you go.

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Looks good and welcome! Bleed those brakes, son! That brake fluid looks more than a couple years old.
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Thanks for the lookouts... ill post what the dyno shows as soon as I get there...

Ill check the brake fluid too.. I know i was using BMW DOT 4 (from when i worked at the dealership). Put on the stainless line set more than a year ago.SO yea its due for a flush.
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