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Old 08-10-2010, 10:21 AM
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Hmmm I taught you guys had external wastegate...??? Make sure you guys clean the pipes before reinstalling... Great job BTW.. keep up the good work.. DeO..!
that don't look like a porsche to me!

looking good bro! but um blow up dem pics! DeO
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Old 08-10-2010, 10:46 AM
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Now that is a operation i wouldn't mind getting. Looking good. I think i will go in the garage an start my supra.....lol! i goin through turbo with draw....lol. This should make VIZUKI wet!
Not really but glad there doing the maintenance on the subby and or upgrades. Maybe pull the rotors and have some one turn them.. Idid the other day and had a lil tiny tiny bit of warpage..but glad I was there to witness the turning since most just turn and go.. Clean those parts up good boys get that dirt and grime out....
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Old 08-10-2010, 10:52 AM
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New Turbo





Old Clutch





Transmission





Is something missing or is it just me
Looks good you don't need my approval I'm sure you guys do your own subby reserach..as for clutch and flywheel,its not a superlightened flywheel by any chance..say in the single digits or aluminum? gottah stay in the double digits along witha lightened crank pulley. Glad that fresh no turbo is in from the last one. Change the rear diff oil if you haven't while under there if you haven't already.
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Not really but glad there doing the maintenance on the subby and or upgrades. Maybe pull the rotors and have some one turn them.. Idid the other day and had a lil tiny tiny bit of warpage..but glad I was there to witness the turning since most just turn and go.. Clean those parts up good boys get that dirt and grime out....
they change the turbo and pull the transmission and you tell them to turn the rotors????? I wish your head had a plexiglass window so i could see how your brain makes these connections.
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Old 08-10-2010, 10:54 AM
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that don't look like a porsche to me!

looking good bro! but um blow up dem pics! DeO
Its what we call a poor mans porsche well not really poor but saves you about 40k
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Old 08-10-2010, 10:56 AM
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they change the turbo and pull the transmission and you tell them to turn the rotors????? I wish your head had a plexiglass window so i could see how your brain makes these connections.
Point in turn dumbass since the car is mostly apart why not tackle that part as well hence my comment. You should be doing the same less talk on here we know you gottah say something negative al lthe time,but this time stay quite just for once...please...I said please right.
Hey Deo is that still the stock exedy or have you already gone aftermarket with the clutch.
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Old 08-10-2010, 10:59 AM
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Point in turn dumbass since the car is mostly apart why not tackle that part as well hence my comment. You should be doing the same less talk on here we know you gottah say something negative al lthe time,but this time stay quite just for once...please...I said please right
Not everyone needs their rotors turned. warped rotors are usually a result of driving like a grandma
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Old 08-10-2010, 11:03 AM
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Not everyone needs their rotors turned. warped rotors are usually a result of driving like a grandma
I just made a suggestion if you don't llike it then if so why all the hate..hurry up and drink your haterade already move on to a redbull
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Old 08-10-2010, 11:07 AM
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I just made a suggestion if you don't llike it then if so why all the hate..hurry up and drink your haterade already move on to a redbull
Facts is Facts.......... like it or not...........
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Old 08-10-2010, 11:28 AM
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And Fact states theres better than Mobil 1 so thanks for stating the facts
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