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Robert Kyle

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  1. i've got this old blaupunkt that came in the trunk of my 02. I noticed it has TWO DIN plugs in the back. Any idea what that 2nd, 8-pin one is for?
  2. Mine's leaking the same location. Fittings dry, etc. I'm thinking there's a o-ring inside the MC on the backside that's leaking???
  3. I changed the o-ring. No help. Pretty sure it's the inner seal. I need #18, but there's no part for it on REALOEM: \ https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=2224-USA---114-BMW-2002&diagId=24_0844
  4. Matched pair of EFI Fuel setup. NEVER USED! Regulator was bolted to a firewall, but then removed. Combined, these were >$500 new!Sell for $300 plus flat rate CONUS shipping from Seattle, WAPerfect for EFI conversions (LS, Gen 3 Hemi, etc.) or just about anything!FUEL PUMP INFO:Holley's HP™ In-Line Billet Fuel Pumps are designed to be the perfect companion to your carbureted or fuel injected race car, off-road truck or any engine needing fuel! The HP™ fuel pumps feature OEM gerotor technology which yields lightweight, quiet operation and 100,000+ mile durability in a cost effective, attractive package. HP™ fuel pumps are Race gas, E-85 and diesel compatible and can be used in racing applications with 18.5 volt charging systems up to 80 psi.Features:Billet aluminum construction for durability & good looks-8 an o-ring inlet/outlet for high flow and superior sealingExcellent for use with carbureted or EFI applicationsFully submersible in-tank for custom applications, space savings and less plumbingCompatible with 12v to 18.5v systems for street or race useCompact (7.5” long x 3” wide x 2.75” tall) for easy installation on frame rails or other tight areasProven durability beyond 3,000 hours in gasoline or diesel fuelsWeighs only 3.1 lbs.Current draw at 43 psi and 13.5 vdc is 5.6 ampsPRESSURE REGULATOR INFO:New, never used. 12-846No fuel ever passed through it. Mounted on a firewall on a 1955 Nomad, but decided to go a diff direction on fueling.Summit/Speedway has these for $182 (see picture/screenshot).Fuel Pressure Regulator, Inline, 40-70 psi Pressure Range, -8 AN O-ring Female Threads Inlet/Outlet,This is for EFI, so for those doing LS swap/modern Hemi swap, etc. in your restomod, perfect.FG. Part #: 12-846Fuel Type: GasolineFuel Pressure Rating (psi): 40-70Material Type: AluminumInlet Fitting: 8 AN O-RingOutlet Fitting: 8 AN O-RingFinish: AnodizedPressure Regulator Style: BypassReturn Fitting Size: 6 AN O-RingGTIN Code: 090127670507Color: BlackInfoHolley® Billet Fuel Pressure Regulators are part of a complete line of fuel system products from Holley®. They are precision machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for strength and durability. They feature a black bright dip anodized body and a clear bright dip anodized top for corrosion resistance and good looks. The Holley 12-846 fuel pressure regulator features(1) -8 AN O-ring inlet, (1) -8 AN O-ring outlet, (1) -6 AN O-ring return.Adjustable from 40-70 psi for precise fuel pressure adjustmentsConstructed of billet aluminum with a black anodized base and clear anodize top for good looksUsed in systems with a return line back to tankIncludes fitting for manifold referenceUse with electric pumps only(1) -8 an o-ring inlet, (1) -8 an o-ring outlet, (1) -6 an o-ring return1/8" NPT gauge portDesigned for use with the Holley® HP in-line fuel pumps or other high pressure electric pumps where return line is neededMounting bracket included
  5. ***WARNING*** I had to cut the brackets off and have them re-welded to move the rad further away (towards the front) from the fan. Plus, you have to trim the fan blades some. And modify the fan shroud if you have one. And it is SUPER TIGHT! Have to take a piece of wood and hammer to get it in there. For some reason, it's easier to get it out (thankfully). But it cools the car like a mofo.
  6. If you have a "Fasten Seat Belt" pod on your dash, you can do what I did and get one of these to replace it: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Accurate-Mechanical-Mini-Triple-Gauge-Kit-Hot-Rod-Gasser-Rat-Rod/254752445200 That's what I did w/the electrical version. Ebay one is the mechanical version; no matter. Very trick. Will have to take a picture of my setup.
  7. There is actually a demand for autos out there. Many chicks dig 02s, but don't want the hassle of a clutch; especially in the city.
  8. Fake. I asked the owner if I can look at it. No response I reported it. I suggest everyone do the same.
  9. I like the knee trim removal. No pics of underneath. Could be a rot box. Or not.
  10. I fear a lot of lipstick on this pig, but $18k, there's room to fix any obvious issues.
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