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Jace last won the day on September 30 2019

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  1. Pic for attention, although you're already here so... I bought a 45 DCOE that popped up locally for a good price, and got a barely used Lynx manifold to suit it. My motor was reconditioned by the PO, I had to finish reassembly when I bought the car and have done maybe 10,000Km in the ~8 years since. The engine is sweet, and has been running pretty alright on a 32/36. Will the correct venturi and jetting allow one of these bad boys work to work with standard cams and compression? If so, does anybody have a reference for what I should be shooting for jetting wise? Mostly wanting to side-grade for induction noise, and just cause it's pretty cool.
  2. I think this was my most recent car before the 2002. assorted Japanese daily drivers aside, this was my daily for a good while and a barrel of fun, saved it from its destiny with the wreckers and got it back on the road.
  3. Scored some Recaros so started making some adaptors to fit them to the stock rails. A relatively simple affair, but started with some prototypes. Going to bend up the front ones to lift the front of the seat a bit. Now I need to do something about the awful looking rails!
  4. finally made a mount for a nice VDO clock i picked up years ago. had the blanks laser cut for the 52mm hole. (it's nowhere near my knee)
  5. I'm up against a bit of a wall with this now, the bearing carrier flanges to suit are over AU$400. If I end up going that route, i will take some photos for posterity.
  6. hmm, interesting. money i'd rather not fork out, hopefully i can find a purist with a e21 LSD they'd swap for a factory 2002 LSD so i don't need to fork out for these parts. and whether they'd be 4 or 6 bolt parts, who knows.
  7. According to Realoem, both are listed as 'Drive Flange Output', so dunno 😫
  8. after extensive research I believe I have a 2002 factory option 2-plate LSD center, but need the longer bearing carriers as mentioned above part number 3141204048
  9. This case is from the E21 my gearbox came out of. I got the entire driveline of that car. Interesting re: the outer bearing carriers, i'll look into that, thanks mate.
  10. I bought an LSD center off US Ebay probably 4 or 5 years ago for my car. the listing was for a 320iS LSD so that's what I thought I got. I have only now gotten around to actually fitting it but have an issue. The center seems too narrow for the case. The case is from the same car my G245 5spd came from, i believe it was a '80 or '81 320i (Australian market) The open center that I removed from this case before attempting to fit the LSD is about 15mm wider from bearing to bearing, meaning that the inside flanges don't reach in far enough to capture the bearings in the outer races. Number on the center is 4061004165 832812 S25 (I understand S25 to be 25% lockup) Hoping I can get this center to match with a case as I just put new bearings on it. or get 6-bolt flanges that extend inwards further. Any help would be appreciated!
  11. The only difference is the pushrod length. Both those pictures you posted appeared to be of LHD master cylinders, and I'm tipping one is for a different model BMW, or maybe turbo 2002's idk. I bought a 400mm braided stainless softline from Blunttech to run from the clutch master cyl. to the hardline on the trans. Or you could get a straight length of hardline made up with the right nuts on it for about AUD$10 by any serious brake and clutch workshop, and bend it up to suit your car at home.
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