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  1. If you want v8 bragging rights, why not a m62 or s62 from 540 series? Consider this: 100 pound more than stock, aluminum block Cheaper and more plentiful than S14 Bloodline is intact 6 speed gearbox To make this work 2002haus has the custom rear sub frame already developed (for turbo app) that holds e36 diff Ireland's bank for 16" wheel and Tii coil overs Reinforce front sub frame and integrated roll cage Rack and pinion steering and Wilwood pedal kit My 02 cents
  2. If you want v8 bragging rights, why not a m62 or s62 from 540 series? Consider this: 100 pound more than stock, aluminum block Cheaper and more plentiful than S14 Bloodline is intact 6 speed gearbox To make this work 2002haus has the custom rear sub frame already developed (for turbo app) that holds e36 diff Ireland's bank for 16" wheel and Tii coil overs Reinforce front sub frame and integrated roll cage Rack and pinion steering and Wilwood pedal kit My 02 cents
  3. Had some "fhart" time and a spare hood orniment and came up with this: Enjoy! Justin
  4. I would like to get the brake pedal to this point, I can not seem to figure out how to remove the bottom linkage from it: If I am able to get to this point it would be considerably easire for me to put all the washers/bearing together to install as an assembly. Thank again for your undertanding. Justin
  5. Thanks guys, I did see a write up in the past, and probably killed at least one rabbit, my big issue that that linkage at the the bottom of the pedal. I will soldier on, btw I did get the other bearing kit ordered today, after that I'll be done with all the mechanical aspect of the car.
  6. I am doing the Ireland Engineering pedal bushing replacement, and for the sake of simplicity can one detach the brake pedal / linkage while the pedal box in still in the car? I am having some dfficulty getting all the bearings and washers places together in alignment while threading the main bolt through the assembly. There is that linkage piece at the bottom of the brake pedal where the return spring attaches to that I can not seem to remove (there is a C - clip that fits behind the pin that I thought would release it but no luck). Appart from detaching the actuator arm that connects to the brake master cylinder which would mess up the pedal position, I am at an impass. Any advice from those who have done this project or know a short cut to such work would be much approciated!! Thank you for your time with this. Justin
  7. I am interested IF I am able to obtain some Euro bumpers at a reasonable price/trade. I have a complete polished (mirror finished) US bumper kit for consideration. I am trying to find those SS Ebay bumpers that were around a month or so ago.
  8. Was curiouos if there is any feedback regarding the new version SS Euro bumpers that were being shopped around here and in EBay. Thinking about going that route. TIA. Justin
  9. Please send pics! Need to see before commuting purchase, very interested! Justin
  10. Got a bunch of odd parts recently and found a spare cam that a friend is looking for for his 1600, how can I confirm it is or not? TIA Justin
  11. Actually, I am thinking about the fuel pick up/ sender pipe tip. I have already replaced the hard line with SS braided hose from Aeroquip with AN fittings to the carbs, and want to continue to the tank. I wonder if there is such an adoption fitting for preexistin flared tips. Thanks for the responses, still looking at possible solutions. Justin


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