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About teucer

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  1. Bought in 2007 via this group buy. Never unwrapped since I decided to use the TTT Q45 rear end conversion instead. This specific diff is likely the last one ever sold. An earthquake at the factory ended production shortly after and AFAIK it never resumed. $500 plus shipping from 98103.
  2. teucer

    Woodward Steering Joint Group Buy

    I'd be in for 2 if I could get someone to mod my column shaft for me. bjhines, still interested in moddng shafts for people? Do we know how long the intermediate shaft will have to be?
  3. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/LS1-RACE-Engine-ASA-LESS-THAN-20-HOURS_W0QQitemZ230151124893QQihZ013QQcategoryZ107063QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem I can't find anywhere on the world wide intertron that talks about what modifications were made to the ASA motors (besides dry sump oiling). Anyone know anything about them? They were mentioned briefly here: http://forums.hybridz.org/showthread.php?t=105448&highlight=asa&page=2 DaleMX says they only work with long-tube headers. Can anyone confirm? 3500 doesn't seem like a bad deal - although maybe 20 hours is alot for a race motor. Probably be pretty uber in a z if it fits.
  4. PM sent! I'm sure it will be a big help to have all the info in one place. Thanks! I would suggest compressing the file and trying to attach it to your post. The size limit for compressed files is 2.86mb. Or if you'd like I could host/mirror it for you. My bandwidth limits are very generous.
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    Home fabed Mclaren

    This guy built a cobra daytona coupe using only a windshield as reference: http://members.aol.com/chuckcobra/ http://members.aol.com/COUPECHUCK/index.htm His sheet metal work is awe-inspiring.
  6. teucer

    Power Brute Group Buy

    Talked to Tim, he said they are still honoring the $495 price but the diffs are on backorder for the next 6 months or so. Apparently the r200 power brute is one of their top sellers, so they'll keep ordering them as long as people are buying. After telling me they were on backorder he called back a few minutes later and said he found one that was returned and put in the wrong box. I bought that one, but it'd be worth calling to see if any more were misplaced.
  7. teucer

    Power Brute Group Buy

    I just called today, but unfortunately Tim is on vacation until may 7th. FWIW another salesman told me he thought the group buy price was still available, but I'd have to talk to Tim for the official word.
  8. teucer

    worth starting a project with?

    Sorry, they're actually there but need to be replaced. Turbo was actually suck-through, single carb mounted between the turbo and the air intake. I think I'll take cozy z cole's afterthought to heart and give it a miss. The rust is just too scary. It was soooo close to being the one!
  9. Hey guys, long time lurker first time poster. Been looking for a z project a while now, and then this came up: http://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/car/288394035.html I went to see it yesterday. Brought my camera but forgot to take pictures the bad: The battery tray and lower firewall area are rusted out and need to be replaced. The passenger front frame rail needs to be replaced too, and part of the passenger floorboard. the good: The battery tray is the only rust on the car. No body damage at all, the chrome is in good shape, all the running gear seems to be in good condition (the owner is offering a money back guarantee if something doesn't work as well as I want it). I don't mind doing body work, and I was planning on doing a frame up resto anyway. I figure I can get this car for a song. So any of you guys who have done the battery tray/firewall replacement before: would you do it again? Is it worth fixing on a car that is otherwise perfect?
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