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dougmo

Member Since 13 Jan 2011
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In Topic: Project Starlet. Andrew

Yesterday, 08:08 PM

that should be substantially better on the track


In Topic: Project Starlet. Andrew

16 October 2017 - 06:51 PM

keen to see how you go wit this. i am redesigning my catch can setup too.

 

i get a bit of oil in the can on the track but not on the road, i am thinking larger breathers and

some baffle mods to stop the oil getting up to the breathers


In Topic: ep91 daily

15 October 2017 - 02:33 PM

so l tackled the rear end yesterday 

 

all important fixing points, widths etc are all the same (panhard,shock points etc)

 

i swapped them over complete so had the complete disk brake setup with the cables on it when i swapped it over.

(i also prefitted my braided brake lins so that i olny needed to connect it to the body once installed)

 

as i have a rear sway bar i took the u bolts off the drum beam and just hung the bar down.

 

pulling out the old one was a piece of cake (i just cut the drum handbrake cables)

 

fitting the new beam was also a piece of cake, i fitted the front bush bolts first and then swung up the beam with a jack to fit

the shocks and panhard bar and refitted the sway bar.

 

now, fitting the cables was a total pain in the arse, as my exhaust is bigger and runs up the tunnel it covers the heat sheilds that

the cables sit above, after massive amounts of dicking about i got them in. (took 1.5-2 hours just to do the front part of the cables.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i also fitted a paseo disc brake proportioning valve to suit the rear end

 

 


In Topic: Evo 8

09 October 2017 - 06:45 PM

much better than subarus :P


In Topic: ep91 daily

07 October 2017 - 01:12 PM

i am also about to fit my rear dick brake and axle beam setup after finally finding a disk brake 

proportioning valve from a paseo.

 

some of you may know already but i saw a lot of posts around suggesting that the paseo beam is wider 

(which it is not) 

 

i have also had rear braided lines for some time so i can fit them also 


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