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mr.mike

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  1. Coilovers are back in! The car is now finished, at least for a while... Thanks for joining.
  2. I had to swap all the T3 parts back to original, otherwise not legal. Next weekend I will install all T3 parts again. The thing is, because of its good condition, I got the "Veteran" registration, which means the next vehicle test will be in 6 years. Unfortunately I have a kilometer limit of 3000 km per year with the classic car registration, but a second speedometer solves the problem.
  3. Hello! Finally I had some time to finish the diff swap. As usual, the series one chassis forced me to adjust the RT mount, but at the end it worked out fine. The bumpstop is now located 2cm more to the right side, so the ebrake clears the upper bolt. The final ratio is now perfect for my taste and I can enjoy the highway and the curvy roads as welll. The old 3.3 ratio was way too long combined with the s14 5-speed. Maybe its useful for other people who had the same problem with the Rt mount on a series one. Here are some pics:
  4. Hello people Update time! I was able to organize some professional help to get my Z to the next level with a restauration and shaving of the engine bay. Further I wanted to remove the chrome stripes on each side for a cleaner look. Which was alot work, because filling up all these small holes without stressing the metall too much was not an easy task. The old paint overall was really bad and some rust underneath the paint was also found.
  5. Hi Im looking for a Subaru Impreza WRX STI 3.9 diff (2004/2005). Thank you for your message in advance!
  6. better thick than thin, it doesn't need to be perfect. You also can grind down the worst parts. Built not bought! Thats the way to go.
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