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    Looking good and the engine is sounding good!

    Just here to cheer you on... since I'll probably be no help at all.

    All I have done with my cars so far are replacing light bulbs and wiper blades and filters and oil and brake pads... and I think that's it! I figured my rate is too expensive and I just don't have the time nor the garage space to do much of anything else...

    Anyway, looking forward to seeing you getting your baby back on the road before the deadline!

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    Yeeeeah! Nice.

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    So, the rough idle that has smoothed out, caused by oil pressure building up into the lifters and them pumping up, followed by the over fueling burning off, along with injectors spraying adequate fuel!

    Great stuff!


    Keep grinding bud.

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    It's aliiiive!

    Excellent.

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    Woooooo!!!

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    Great to see it rise again. Keep us posted on progress, I think these cars are fun, cool and very useable daily drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samoht View Post
    very useable daily drivers.
    Maybe in summer, atm as little rust as it has I am not making it see snow and salt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godson View Post
    So, the rough idle that has smoothed out, caused by oil pressure building up into the lifters and them pumping up, followed by the over fueling burning off, along with injectors spraying adequate fuel!

    Great stuff!


    Keep grinding bud.
    Yea was hoping it would level out once it got going, plus I dropped it off the brick I had under the front tire (waiting for the line to be delivered before diving back into the clutch.)

    Ordered new Rotors, calipers, pads, and upgrade steel braid lines

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    Clutch bled? Well slave moves fork but I don't exactly know what it is supposed to feel like, and yea had hell of a time with vacuum pump bleeding.

    Got the new lines attached to the calipers, probably taking tomorrow off for just the fuck of it

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