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Sumo

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Sumo last won the day on May 7 2006

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About Sumo

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  • Birthday April 11

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  1. I remember this story, I'm glad you got the parts back.
  2. Isn't that a Tomahawk Z car kit? I think one of our members built one years ago or is building one.
  3. If you like the stock look then narrow the rear end, if not then flares would be the simplest route. Cars looking good!
  4. Hey Dan, you realize you have a "Z" carved on your finger if you look in the mirror..... ok it's more like an S but it's close.
  5. Glad to see that you still have it.
  6. You have to wait another six years and then learn how to use the "SEARCH" function to look for answers in the past.
  7. I've seen one off those kits on an Altima coupe, it's not bad. I mean, you're not fooling anyone but it looks ok. Your car is sounding good Phil.
  8. How many sets of tires have you gone thru? 7? Nice to see the cars running again.
  9. The Maaco here in Irving on Story rd. does a decent job, look for Lonnie. I know, Maaco but Lonnie has done a decent job on a repair on our Tundra.
  10. What track did you go to, Yellow Belly?
  11. We had some who had finished LS1 conversions before but either they are not active here anymore or moved to another state.
  12. I kinda like that fuel gauge too.
  13. Sumo

    V not a Z

    Nothing really special about it, I just don't trust my self to work on it. And some shops around here keep insisting it only came with a 1.6 or a diesel, that's kinda like saying there was no other Z except the 240Z then skipped to the 280ZX.
  14. Sumo

    V not a Z

    V for Volkswagen ...I got a free 1984 MK1 Jetta GLI 1.8L 5spd 4cyl. runs and drives, needs a clutch really bad. Ive already replaced the usual to get it running fuel filter, air filter, wires, cap and rotor, cleaned out the airbox and fuel distributor and the fuel tank. This will be my temporary ride to work till i get more funds for a better one later in the year but for now its actually is a fun little car to drive and sips gas. I just gotta find someone who specializes in replacing the clutch on this thing.
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