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  1. +1 on Febi CSB https://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/26111206502/
  2. make sure clutch release arm spring is seated behind pivot bolt collar
  3. pm sent
  4. Bought STI from Steve (BluntTech) and has been working just fine for ~ last 1-1/2 year
  5. here a couple leads: http://ericsgarage.blogspot.com/2015/01/1975-bmw-2002-bumper-tuck.html https://www.google.com/search?q=ansi+b11+2008&biw=1455&bih=726&source=lnms&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjFwd7S6IDSAhWR8oMKHdH6DdIQ_AUIBygA&dpr=1.1#q=how+to+tuck+in+bumper+1976+bmw+2002
  6. before disconnecting clutch master cylinder fluid line from brake fluid reservoir siphon enough brake fluid from brake reservoir so fluid level is below the clutch outlet connection .
  7. Mike, are you going drive it to Vintage this year? Like to see it.
  8. clutch rod adjustment per Service Book
  9. Motor mount does not look seated. I don't see motor mount safety catch/dimple. Do you mind cleaning up top of the motor mount bracket so we can see that safety catch. How about driver side motor mount picture? Can you tell us about drive shaft swap (see my previous post)
  10. please post pictures of R,H and L.H. mounts. Like to see if motor mounts dimples/safety catch are positioned properly to their perspective support brackets. Secondly, you mentioned in OP that you had the drive shaft swamped out with another one. Did you measure both drive shafts length? were they same length? If they were not same length, and assuming replacement drive shaft is a bit longer and you did not loosen the final drive bolts before installing D.S., you very well could have pushed everything forward.
  11. You did not mention what year car that is, but from your avatar appears 74 -76. Anyway, below is showing R.H. mount and limiter bracket and setting on that bracket. Let us know what you find out.
  12. Here is pic of holes jimK is referring to Look for leak on R.H. side near and above exhaust. I had this one leaking on me and was showing up on output shaft flange and around that area.
  13. You are referring to back of transmission, then I am guessing is leaking either by back flange or flange seal or wrong flange seal is installed. If leak t is from the flange seal, it need be recessed by no more than 1,5mm from face of the flange. Second possibility is if output shaft is out of round.
  14. Stuff that I use https://www.amazon.com/Liqui-Moly-508-Anti-Seize-Compound/dp/B00CPL8S8I
  15. As of 2-3 weeks ago new control arms were back ordered, so I had to go to plan B, which was to replace the bushings only.