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Today 09:08 AM
Chas #racecardiaries

Didn't you sell most of the bmw's together?
Today 09:04 AM
klodkrawler05 Sold that ages ago because Delaby never wanted to work on it when I wasn't at his house and it was a long drive for me every weekend so then I wound up building my own e30 before realizing a z06 stock was faster than my e30
Today 08:59 AM
Chas whatever ended up happening with that shell you two bought to race?
Today 08:43 AM
Aku I know the feels Word,

For what I've thrown into the R lately I could have bought a higher mileage Z06 and been twinsies with Yonkers lol. w/e. I'm just excited the car will be done soon and I can get back to driving/racing
Today 08:32 AM
gold_zx3 God damn it Subaru!

The British Get An Honest Wagon From Subaru
Today 08:17 AM
Chas Ed, after 4th can you help me with intake and hitch? then we can have trailer times!
Today 08:02 AM
klodkrawler05
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Originally Posted by wordyahurdd View Post
exxxxxxactly

Now we got the oil lines all squeaky clean and no leaks...however the adapter plate is still leaking so I have to someone Mcguiver the oil plate off the block with the supercharger still on the car (not sure if possible) and install a new plate that I ordered in hopes all oil leak stops!!! We may also (probably) pull the oil lines off and make new fittings also to reduce the number of adapters I have on there, however part of me doesn't want to because there are NO leaks on the side where the oil filter is.

The car does handle way better than my ST though, so HOPEFULLY this is the last "work" I have to do on it and it will be good to go for a long time
my pwsc kit had custom lines to get rid of all the extra fittings/adapters too! the less leak points the better, A buddy just lost his motor a few weeks ago at gridlife when the oil cooler line started leaking at an adapter fitting
Today 07:49 AM
Chas should have made the whole kit out of bondo
Today 07:32 AM
wordyahurdd
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Originally Posted by klodkrawler05 View Post
Its the inevitable project car regret, seems to happen most when trying to build for auto-x/time attack/road course. eventually you come to the realization that some newer stocker version of the car you're building does everything your car does but more reliably, faster, cheaper.
exxxxxxactly

Now we got the oil lines all squeaky clean and no leaks...however the adapter plate is still leaking so I have to someone Mcguiver the oil plate off the block with the supercharger still on the car (not sure if possible) and install a new plate that I ordered in hopes all oil leak stops!!! We may also (probably) pull the oil lines off and make new fittings also to reduce the number of adapters I have on there, however part of me doesn't want to because there are NO leaks on the side where the oil filter is.

New plate is below


The car does handle way better than my ST though, so HOPEFULLY this is the last "work" I have to do on it and it will be good to go for a long time
Today 07:13 AM
Chas
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Originally Posted by klodkrawler05 View Post
Its the inevitable project car regret, seems to happen most when trying to build for auto-x/time attack/road course. eventually you come to the realization that some newer stocker version of the car you're building does everything your car does but more reliably, faster, cheaper.
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