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About Badler

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  • Birthday 07/20/1986

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    Carson City, NV
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    Pouring money into restoring my 1970 Z

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  1. Hey, just wanted to thank you for the write up. I am having the exact same issue with my Hi-6 so I'm hoping that getting a new optical trigger will fix the problem.
  2. Here are my nice little Rebello/JE forged turbo stroker P90 88mm pistons. The quench pads line up perfectly. According to Dave, he didn't do anything after they came from JE. I guess that if you had the design, JE would work with you on it. To give credit where credit is due, when I showed this to Jeff P, he showed me the piston design that he came up with and gave to Rebello that lead to this after some revisions. We stand on the shoulders of giants
  3. This came to mind. P.S. I really love this thread. If I manage to be "successful" before I have "children" I will go for it
  4. And for what it may or may not be worth, the Pistons do have nice deep valve recesses.
  5. I'm considering buying those valves from VitaminZ for use in my Rebello 3.1 stroker turbo. Dave has my head right now for porting, but it is waiting in line as it were. The head is a P90, running the Isky turbo cam, the pistons are rebello P90 special forged 88mm JE with a static compression ratio of 8.5/1. The springs and retainers are the upgraded ones sold by MSA. Looking to get a good 400hp to the rear wheels. In the opinion of those who have gone before, will these valves help my flow, or just complicate reaching my goal? Thanks!
  6. If you want more capacity Arizona Z Car sells a nice pan it increases it by about a quart. It also has baffles and cooling fins pricey, but very nice
  7. Wanna get more flow? Putting a .82 A/R on your GT3076R? Well in that case I want your old smaller turbine housing! V-Band or 4 Bolt, doesn't matter to me. Just has to be GENUINE Garret, no off-brand eBay crap (which is only $99 anyway) I have a GT30 with no housing, so if you have a housing, I want it! ASAP Thank You!
  8. Oh and for the record, a 0.25" spacer was needed to clear the Arizona Z Car 4 lug 4 piston brakes. Also have the NISMO studs in the rear and some Napa ones up front (could have used stock length in front, but wanted a few more threads). I hope that info might be useful to someone else. For the record Dave at AZC thought they would clear without. He was almost right.
  9. Despite my previous comments of 14 months ago, I did end up spending twice the money on Wats and I have absolutely no regrets. I got 16x9 -13 front and 16x9.5 -19 rear, giving it a nice deep dish look that I love. With 225 front and 245 rear, I have about the same slight stretch as you see there. It is my opinion that those are 17" Rotas in that photo. I don't think that RKRs come in 16" but you can get a variety of offsets, and hey way more tire options for 17" rims.
  10. I have mine mounted based on the top LHD diagram, I never thought they looked weird, and they are plenty good for changing lanes My $0.02
  11. Yes actually, I have a set of MSA strut tower braces, the front has been installed, but isn't any longer as I now have camber plates. I never installed the rear, cause I ended up getting a full roll bar, making it redundant. They are long, but don't weigh a lot, so shipping one wouldn't be worse than shipping both. They are $242 new, so how about $212 plus actual shipping?
  12. I have a set of standard L28 Rods. If you'd rather go that way, pm me
  13. I have a whole set for ya! Installed but never ran. PM me and lets work something out
  14. Hmm, I have triple 44 PHHs, and I honestly never even thought about it With my pins in the center, I seem to recall mine going nearly 1cm, I will be checking mine now though.
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