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What did you do to your 2002 today !

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Finished installing the rear quarter window seals (what a bear!) and the rear windshield lockstrip. Both are two man jobs.

Also test fitted my 'new' seats.😁

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Finished installing the rear quarter window seals (what a bear!) and the rear windshield lockstrip. Both are two man jobs.
Also test fitted my 'new' seats.
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I love those seats. What type are they?

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14 minutes ago, EPK said:

I love those seats. What type are they?

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E21's recovered. German wool insert material.

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1 hour ago, grizzlebar said:

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Started grinding out the cracks in the dash.

 

So, what are your plans to fill and finish them?

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Dyno tuning at Jesse Prather Motorsports in Topeka, Kansas.

Jesse is a respected engine and racecar builder for roadracers and autocrossers. He's the regional dealer for Electromotive brand equipment, and since my car uses Electromotive TECs ecu, it made sense. The engine is a "built" M10, pianotop pistons, E12 head, IE 292 cam, electronic fuel injection.

It was a fascinating process to watch. It took him roughly two hours from setup to final dyno pulls, with tuning tweaks between each pull.

 

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Fill is TBD - looking at different options

Finish is a leather cover with M-stripe stitching
There's a "how to" on the MG forum that you may want to try. I think I have it saved if you want to see it. I'm a member on there as well.

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There's a "how to" on the MG forum that you may want to try. I think I have it saved if you want to see it. I'm a member on there as well.

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Definitely- please send

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Well it was Monday  cruising the Texas hill country before the cold front came thru, cow creek all to myself didn’t see another car for 17 miles...63 and sunny6D669692-AAD6-4DBB-81E5-24921E2FC9F0.thumb.jpeg.e21fb16a84ba133ab392fc172f5e5742.jpeg8903A69D-3CC1-485C-87DC-2DEE8DEA36BB.thumb.jpeg.3bb2a45f0fe6c21c95e3c0fd02e650cb.jpeg

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1 hour ago, grizzlebar said:

 


Definitely- please send

 

 

I'll need your address for to send my dash.

 

:D

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Forgot to mention something important -- today was the first time in more than 18 months of ownership that I ...

GOT TO DRIVE MY 2002!!!

 

Just a short rip around a mile square around the dyno shop, but damn it was fine, and the car pulled hard. She felt quick.

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Seam welded the control arms. Ground the turn signal detent flat so my right turn signal will stay on all by itself, that was more satisfying than I expected. 

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